The Rose is the soundtrack to the feature film of the same name starring Bette Midler which was released in 1979. Midler performs all the songs on the album, with the exception of the instrumental "Camellia". Apart from the title track, the soundtrack was entirely recorded live and also features concert monologues, with Midler portraying the character The Rose, loosely based on blues singer Janis Joplin.
Stay With Me. Artist: Bette Midler. Album: The Rose, 1979. From the film "The Rose" which tells the story of a self-destructive 1960s rock star who struggles to cope with the constant pressures of her career and the demands of her ruthless business manager. I can't believe you're leaving me, yeah. I'm beggin' you to stay with me, baby. Yeah, stay with me, baby. I can't go on. Who did you touch when you needed tenderness, baby?
It was first recorded in 1966 by Lorraine Ellison, and produced by Ragovoy. Ellison recorded "Stay with Me" at a last-minute booking, following a studio cancellation by Frank Sinatra. With a 46-piece orchestra already hired, Warner Bros. Records asked Ragovoy, with two days' notice, to take over the session at no cost.
Bette Midler is the eponymous second studio album by American female vocalist Bette Midler, released in 1973 on the Atlantic Records label. The album, produced by Arif Mardin and Barry Manilow, includes Midler's interpretations of Johnny Mercer and Hoagy Carmichael's "Skylark", Berthold Brecht and Kurt Weill's "Surabaya Johnny", Bob Dylan's "I Shall Be Released" and Glenn Miller's "In the Mood" as well as a Phil Spector medley.
Salisbury News: Bette Midler 'I haven't left my house in days. I watch the news channels incessantly. All the news stories are about the election; All the commercials are for Viagra and Cialis. Election - erection - election - erection - - - either way we're going to get screwed!' - - Bette Midler. Pousette Dart Band, Amnesia The band and the album that brought me thru my college yrs. Diane Mason.
Bette Midler lyrics - 213 song lyrics sorted by album, including "The Rose", "Wind Beneath My Wings", "Baby Mine". album: "Bette Midler" (1973). Skylark Drinking Again Breaking Up Somebodys Home Surabaya Johnny I Shall Be Released Optimistic Voices, Lullaby Of Broadway In The Mood Uptown, Don't Say Nothin' Bad (About My Baby), Da Doo Run Run Twisted Higher And Higher (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me). album: "Songs For The New Depression" (1976). Strangers In The Night I Don't Want The Night To End Mr. Rockefeller Old Cape Cod Buckets Of Rain Love Says It's Waiting Shiver Me Timbers, Samedi Et Vendredi No Jestering Tragedy Marahuana Let Me Just Follow Behind
The legendary singer Bette Midler began her amazing recording career in the early '70s, and it is still going strong three decades later. She did this second live album, Divine Madness, a year after her staring role in the well-remembered film the Rose. Music fans that enjoyed the soundtrack from that movie should find Divine Madness just as pleasing and touching, since, like the Rose soundtrack, there are a number of emotional songs on this album, such as "My Mother's Eyes," "Stay With Me," and "I Shall Be Released. There are some upbeat music samples.
Original Album Series/Bette Midler. Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Written-By – George Weiss, Jerry Ragovoy. B5. Let Me Call You Sweetheart. Written-By – Beth Slater Whitson, Leo Friedman. La Rosa - Banda Sonora Original (LP, Album).