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The Rose by musiceve

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Recording:

Member:

musiceve 17

Song:

The Rose

Artist:

Bette Midler

Duets:

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9 Comments | 54 Views

musiceveLEVEL 17

Recording information by musiceve

One of the most beautiful songs ever written ! Thanks for listening !!

PandaP1LEVEL 45

Comment by PandaP1

Awesome Sing my Dear Friend...I so loved my Listen, thanks for sharing and Im hitting the LIB for you......See you around Singsnap !!! It !............Patti

ZZmanetoileLEVEL 47

Comment by ZZmanetoile

Nice song choice.
Superb vocals!!

ChuckieBSings4ULEVEL 82

Comment by ChuckieBSings4UGOLD

One of many Bette Midler hits so well sung my friend

You have a beautiful voice ..... hit the LOVE IT button

G-L-O-R-I-A

Comment by G-L-O-R-I-A

A beautiful song indeed! Listening....

G-L-O-R-I-A

Comment by G-L-O-R-I-A

And a beautiful sing you did on it.

DeerJohnLEVEL 98

Comment by DeerJohnGOLD

Fantastic job on this one! Enjoyed my visit! John

GrantMLEVEL 48

Comment by GrantMGOLD

I have to agree!!!!!!....Listening...

GrantMLEVEL 48

Comment by GrantMGOLD

Great job!!...Flagged!!...

MisterCanningLEVEL 46

Comment by MisterCanning

Hello, musiceve

Multi Grammy winner Midler was first heard singing The Rose in her Hollywood debut movie of the same name. She performed several other songs in the movie and its Soundtrack album was a huge seller, picking up a Double Platinum Certification from the RIAA.

Then in 1980, when released as a Single, the song became a Billboard Number 1 Adult Contemporary Chart hit. (It was a Top Ten hit on Billboard's Hot 100 Chart). The Single was very highly acclaimed and won her a Grammy, and not long after its release was Certified Gold by the RIAA.

The Divine Miss M's performance of this song was also on the Soundtrack of the 1992 comedy/horror movie Shake Rattle & Roll IV.

Of note ... a few short years later, Conway Twitty did a cover version, which in turn became a Number 1 Country hit for him.

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