The Rose is the soundtrack to the feature film of the same name starring Bette Midler which was released in 1979. Midler performs all the songs on the album, with the exception of the instrumental "Camellia". Apart from the title track, the soundtrack was entirely recorded live and also features concert monologues, with Midler portraying the character The Rose, loosely based on blues singer Janis Joplin.
The strange twists of fate mentioned earlier appear again here - the soundtrack to the Janis Joplin biography film contained studio versions of great live performances that are in the film; as Midler cut a different version of the title track,which became a number one.
Produced by Paul A. Rothchild. Album The Rose - The Original Soundtrack Recording. Some say love, it is a river That drowns the tender reed Some say love, it is a razor That leaves your soul to bleed Some say love, it is a hunger An endless aching need I say love, it is a flower And you its only seed. 10. Stay With Me. 11. Let Me Call You Sweetheart.
Stay With Me. Written-By – George Weiss, Jerry Ragovoy. B5. Written-By – Beth Slater Whitson, Leo Friedman. Written-By – Amanda McBroom. La Rosa - Banda Sonora Original (LP, Album).
However the song was not written for the movie: Amanda McBroom recalls, "I wrote it in 1977 1978, and I sang it occasionally in clubs.
Song by Bette Midler. from the album The Rose. Stay With Me". Released. Pop, adult contemporary. YouTube Encyclopedic. 1/5. Views: 2 378 501. 3 475 057. 80 718 112.
Lyrics to "The Rose" song by Bette Midler: Some say, "Love. It is a river That drowns the tender reed. Just remember in the winter Far beneath the bitter snows Lies the seed that with the sun's love In the spring becomes the rose. Thanks to Hugh G Wetmore for correcting these lyrics.
Bette midler - the rose, stay with me - 45 - record - atlantic - 1979. Bette Midler, The Rose 45rpm record picture sleeve never played. Condition is New. Shipped with USPS Media Mail.