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The Beat Goes On: The Best of Sonny & Cher


  • 1. Baby Don't Go
    2. Just You
    3. Sing C'Est la Vie
    4. I Got You Babe
    5. Why Don't They Let Us Fall in Love
    6. Laugh at Me - (Sonny Solo)
    7. But You're Mine
    8. Revolution Kind, The - (Sonny Solo)
    9. What Now My Love
    10. Have I Stayed Too Long
    11. Leave Me Be
    12. Little Man
    13. Living For You
    14. Love Don't Come
    15. Beat Goes On, The
    16. Beautiful Story
    17. It's the Little Things
    18. My Best Friend's Girl Is Out of Sight - (Sonny Solo)
    19. Good Combination
    20. I Got You Babe - ("Good Times" soundtrack version)
    21. Hello
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 91796

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    Producer: Sonny Bono
    Compilation producer: Bill Inglot.
    Includes liner notes by Ken Barnes.
    Digitally remastered by Bill Inglot and Dan Hersch (1991 DigiPrep).
    A nicely thorough collection of Sonny and Cher's classic Atco era, THE BEAT GOES ON covers a lot of ground for a single-disc anthology. Besides the duo's hits, it includes a handful of Sonny's solo singles, most notably the 45 edit of "My Best Friend's Girl is Out of Sight," from his staggeringly weird 1967 solo album INNER VIEWS. None of Cher's solo material is here, which lends a slightly lopsided view of the duo's history.
    A handful of their songs, the Spectoresque debut "Baby Don't Go" and their breakout "I Got You Babe" represent the peak of a certain style of commercial folk-pop that was one of the defining sounds of the 1960s. However, it's the lesser-known tracks, like the full-on Phil Spector tribute "It's the Little Things," the waltz-time "A Beautiful Story," and a very odd spoken-word b-side called "Hello," that are the most interesting.

  • Critic Reviews
    Q (7/93, p.112) - 3 Stars - Good - "...Few acts define the mid-'60s as perfectly as Sonny & Cher. Trading shamelessly on a store-bought hippy image, they projected themselves as pop's first Happy Couple...for a short while they were the stuff of true romance and their's was a better soundtrack than most..."
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