Bush Lady

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Bush Lady
Bush Lady is an album from 1977 by the Swedish singer Monica Törnell..jpg
Studio album by Monica Törnell
Released 1977
Recorded at Rockfield Studios, near Monmouth, Wales , from 20 February to 6 March 1977
Label Mercury
Producer Stephen Franckevich
Monica Törnell chronology
Don't Give a Damn
(1975)Don't Give a Damn1975
Bush Lady
(1977)
Jag är som jag är...
(1978)Jag är som jag är...1978

Bush Lady is an album from 1977 by the Swedish singer Monica Törnell. It was Törnells' second English language album and was recorded at Rockfield Studios, near Monmouth, Wales, from 20 February to 6 March 1977. Arrangements and production were by American trumpeter Stephen Franckevich, while it was recorded by technician Ted Sharp. The album has Mercury catalog number 6363-011.

That same year Törnell released the single "Disaster/Snow Cold Day" (Mercury 6062 037). "Disaster" is the same song as track 7 with Törnells' Swedish translation.

Track listing[edit]

Side one[edit]

  1. "Into the Mystic" (Van Morrison)
  2. "Boys and Girls Together" (credited to Jim Peterik on the cover; however, it is thought that Bill Chase of the band "Chase", originally wrote it)
  3. "Drop Dead" (Monica Törnell)
  4. "Bush Lady" (Stephen Franckevich)
  5. "Rock'n Roll Widow" (Tom Snow)
  6. "Outer Interlude" (Stephen Franckevich)
  7. "Catastrophie" (music: Monica Törnell, Lyrics: Stephen Franckevich)

Side two[edit]

  1. "Is not No Disco" (music: Ulf - Stephen Franckevich, Lyrics: Stephen Franckevich)
  2. "Snow Cold Day" (music: Stephen Franckevich, text: Anthony Bannon)
  3. "Ego" (music: Lars Hallberg - Monica Törnell, text: Monica Törnell)
  4. "Say Yes" (Stephen Franckevich)
  5. "Not Necessarily" (music: Monica Törnell - Stephen Franckevich, text: Monica Törnell)

Personnel[edit]