Sonny & Cher - Live in Las Vegas, Vol. 2 mp3 downloadPerformer: Sonny & Cher
Title: Live in Las Vegas, Vol. 2
Style: AM Pop,Contemporary Pop/Rock
Size MP3 version: 1866 mb
Size FLAC version: 1484 mb
Size WMA version: 1449 mb
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Genre: Pop Rock
Sonny & Cher - Live in Las Vegas, Vol. 2 mp3 download
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1973 Live in Las Vegas Vol. 2 1974 Greatest Hits. Untitled, 1976 – Das letzte, unveröffentlichte Album von Sonny and Cher.
Live In Las Vegas Vol. 2 is the second live album by American pop duo Sonny & Cher, released in December 1973 by Kapp/MCA Records. It was released in December 1973, entered the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart on December 22, 1973, and reached on the Billboard album charts. This was their first double album. The album is largely a collection of cover songs including "I Can See Clearly Now" (originally by Johnny Nash) and "Where You Lead" (originally by Carole King)
Recorded live at Sahara Hotel, Las Vegas July-August 1973. On front sleeve: Sonny And Chér On labels: Sonny & Chér. Matrix, Runout (Record 2 Side 2): MCA336-W4.
1973 live album by Sonny & Cher. Live In Las Vegas Vol. 2. Live album by. Sonny & Cher. The album is largely a collection of cover songs including "I Can See Clearly Now" (originally by Johnny Nash) and "Where You Lead" (originally by Carole King). No singles were released from the album.
Produced by Denis Pregnolato, who would come back and record the 1973 double LP Sonny & Cher Live in Las Vegas, Vol. 2, a pretty much different band runs through a bunch of mostly cover songs. Opening with a Vegas version of "What Now My Love," what was schlock could now be a perfectly haunting closing tune for a movie on the famous couple. There are three of their Top Ten hits here, including a terrific version of "The Beat Goes On," which is sultry, slick, hip, and energetic. Album information - It was released in December 1973, entered the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart on December 22, 1973, and reached on the Billboard albu. mage: Sonny & Cher Live In Las Vegas Vol. 2 album. All I Ever Need Is You (1990 Sonny & Cher album). All I Ever Need Is You is the fifth compilation album by American pop rock duo Sonny & Cher, released in 1990 by Universal/MCA Records. Released: December, 1973. Label: Kapp Records, MCA Records. Cher reached a new commercial peak in 1998 with the dance-pop album Believe, whose title track became the biggest-selling single of all time by a female artist in the UK. It features the pioneering use of Auto-Tune, also known as the "Cher effect". Special Singles. You Better Sit Down Kids. Sonny & Cher Live. Worldwide tracklist: 1. What Now My Love 2. The Beat Goes On 3. Once In A Lifetime 4. More Today Than Yesterday 5. Got To Get You Into My Life 6. Someday (You’ll Want Me To Want You) 7. Danny Boy 8. Laugh At Me 9. Something 10. Hey Jude 11. I Got You Babe.
Sonny and Cher's career had stalled by 1968 as album sales quickly dried up. Their gentle, easy-listening pop sound and drug-free life had become unpopular in an era increasingly consumed with the psychedelic rock of the evolving landscape of American pop culture during the late 1960s. Bono decided to forge ahead, carving a new career for the duo in Las Vegas resorts, where they sharpened their public persona with Cher as the wise-cracking singer, and Bono as the good-natured recipient of her insults.
CreditsSonny Bono - Vocals
Cher - Vocals
Sonny & Cher - Primary Artist