|Chastity - The Motion Picture Music Soundtrack|
|Soundtrack album by Cher|
|Released||June 20, 1969|
Chastity is the first soundtrack album by American singer-actress Cher, released on June 1969 by Atco. It was released to promote and accompany the 1969 motion picture, Chastity. The album, like the film from which it came, was a commercial failure.
The Chastity album was released in the summer of 1969, the same date as Cher's album "3614 Jackson Highway," and was produced by Sonny Bono. The soundtrack is largely instrumental, with vocals by Cher on the track "Chastity's Song (Band of Thieves)" -- a song written and recorded by Elyse Weinberg. This song was also released as a single, with "I Walk on Guilded Splinters" as the B-side.
- "Chastity's Song (Band of Thieves)" (Elyse J. Weinberg) - 2:59
- "Chastity Overture" - 2:35
- "Motel 1" - 2:04
- "Chastity Walk" - 1:46
- "Flowers (Love of a Family)" - 2:18
- "Chastity Love Theme" - 2:02
- "Chastity Titles" - 3:32
- "Motel 2" - 2:32
- "Chastity Carousel" - 2:28
- "Mexico" - 1:21
- "Chastity (Closing Theme)" - 3:42
- Cher - lead vocals
- Sonny Bono - record producer
- Stan Ross - sound engineer
- Don Peake - arrangement assistance
- Greg Poree (Track 1) - arrangement assistance
- Alessio de Paola - photography
- "Chastity Review". CherScholar.com. Retrieved 2009-02-04.
- Official Cher site
- Official ATCO Cher page with all info about the album
- Info about Tracklist Credits and Movie "Chastity"
- Cher at the Internet Movie Database
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