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Listening to Sonny & Cher's second album, it's difficult to conceive of how they could have been called rebellious, or even categorized as folk-rock. It's pleasant Spectorian mid-'60s pop-rock (heavy on the bells and glockenspiel especially), overburdened by the surfeit of cover versions that are the telltale sign of a rush job. At any rate, their taste in cover material was eclectic and for the most part good: the Exciters' "Tell Him," and the Zombies obscurity "Leave Me Be," the minor Kinks hit "Set Me Free," and "Bring It On Home to Me," along with more MOR items like "What Now My Love" and "Summertime." Sonny Bono's sole solo hit, the Dylanesque "Laugh At Me," is here, as are a couple of other throwaway originals. The CD reissue on Sundazed has three bonus cuts, including another ersatz solo Bono folk-rock number ("The Revolution Kind"), the single "Have I Stayed Too Long," and the previously unreleased cover of Buck Owens' "Crying Time."

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Biography

Formed: 1964

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s

Sonny & Cher proved one of the magical musical combinations of the mid-'60s and one of the better rock-influenced MOR acts of the early '70s, their wisecracking repartee providing counterpoint to a series of adoring hit duets. Salvatore "Sonny" Bono (born February 16, 1935) started out at Los Angeles-based Specialty Records as a songwriter in the late '50s, responsible for "Koko Joe" by Don & Dewey and "She Said Yeah" for Larry Williams, which was later covered by the Rolling Stones and the Righteous...
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