I don’t have any Cher albums, but I have heard em as a neighbor was a fan. So I purchased the single to “If I Can Turn Back Time” as the B side “Some Guys” hadn’t been released.
Now when it comes to Cher there is a bias towards her because of the outfits or the surgery. But she could rock with the best of em, and it’s that period of her career which I’m a fan off.
The people involved in making the “Heart Of Stone” album is a roll call of talent. Songs are written by Diane Warren, Desmond Child, Bob Halligan Jr, Michael Bolton, Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora and Jonathan Cain.
Guitars on the album are played by Blues Saraceno, Steve Lukather, Michael Landau and John McCurry. Hugh McDonald appears on bass.
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Blues Saraceno. My younger bro when he got into guitar bought Blues solo stuff before he got the Poison gig. Great guitar player.
Agree. I’m gonna go down a rabbit hole and try to track down the session works he did.
That sounds like a Bon Jovi album and not a Cher album. What a cast of characters. I have one thing of Cher on vinyl. A 7″ Single for Gypsies, Tramps & Thieves.
A lot of the songs had that Jovi feel and melodies.
And of course Warren knows how to write a good soft rock song.
I like the track she did with Beavis and Butt-head.
Beavis and Butt Head go to town on her ex husband. Lol.