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CHER featuring Dr. John & Harlold Batiste <br> Cher <br> 1966 (Imperial Records - Out of Print

Details: Imperial LP-9320, mono, black, green & red label with logo left of hole & "Division of Liberty" in perimeter, 1966

Condition: Vinyl G+ (many light scratches), Jacket VG- (good overall shape, no marks, price sticker on back, bottom seam mostly split, top seam beginning to split),

Here's an interesting LP from the early career of Cher.

It features Dr. John (credited as Mack Rebennack) on guitar, and New Orleans producer Harlold Batiste arranging and conducting. For Dr. John fans, this is a great glimpse at one of the good doctor's earliest sessions - before he switched from guitar to piano and changed his name to Dr. John!

Sonny Bono produced the session and wrote the liner notes, in which he says, "Mack Rebennack, who talks so hip you need a de-coder to understand him, guitar" and "Harold Battiste, who bears a strong resemblance to Mr. Clean, arranger and conductor."

The choice of songs is interesting, including some popular folk songs of the day by Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, Peter, Paul & Mary, etc..

Cher fan club information (of the day) is also noted on the back cover.

Out of Print and Not Available as CD.

The tracks are:
1. Sunny
2. Twelfth of Never
3. You Don't Have to Say You Love Me
4. I Feel Something In The Air
5. Will You Love Me Tomorrow
6. Until It's Time For You to Go
7. Cruel War
8. Catch the Wind
9. Pied Piper
10. Homeward Bound
11. I Want You
12. Alfie

PLEASE NOTE: Unless otherwise noted, all of the LPs we are offering are used. Our grading system for each LP is strictly visual, as we don't have time to listen to each record from beginning to end. Unless otherwise stated, there is usually a small price sticker affixed somewhere on the back cover.

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