Am I Blue?

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"Am I Blue?" is a song copyrighted by Harry Akst and Grant Clarke in 1929[citation needed] and then featured in four films that year, most notably with Ethel Waters in the movie On with the Show.[citation needed] It has appeared in 42 movies,[citation needed] most recently Funny Face and The Cotton Club, and has become a standard covered by numerous artists.

Eddie Cochran version[edit]

"Am I Blue"
Single by Eddie Cochran
A-side"Drive In Show"
Released1957
Format7" single
RecordedMay–August 1957, Gold Star Studios
GenreRockabilly
LabelLiberty 55087
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)Simon Jackson
Eddie Cochran singles chronology
"One Kiss"
(1957)
"Am I Blue"
(1957)
"Twenty Flight Rock"
(1957)

Eddie Cochran recorded his version of "Am I Blue" sometime between May and August 1957. It was released on the B-side of Liberty Records single 55087. The A-side was "Drive In Show" which rose to number 82 on the Billboard charts.

Personnel used in the recording session:

Cher version[edit]

"Am I Blue?"
Cher am i blue.jpg
Single by Cher
from the album Bittersweet White Light
B-side"How Long Has This Been Going On"
Released1973
Recorded1973
GenrePop
Length3:47
LabelMCA
Songwriter(s)Clarke, Akst
Producer(s)
Cher singles chronology
"Don't Hide Your Love"
(1973)
"Am I Blue?"
(1973)
"Half-Breed"
(1973)

American singer-actress Cher recorded and released "Am I Blue" in 1973. It was released on single and the album Bittersweet White Light.

Chart performance Cher version[edit]

Chart (1973) Peak
position
US Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles (Billboard) 111

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