C'est C Bon

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C'est C Bon
Studio album by Carlene Carter
Released May 1983[1]
Genre Country-pop
Label Epic
Producer Roger Bechirian
Carlene Carter chronology
Blue Nun
C'est C Bon
I Fell in Love
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[2]

C'est C Bon is the fifth album by Carlene Carter. It was released in 1983 via Epic Records. The album was also her last pop album before she switched to mainstream country music for I Fell in Love (1990). It was reissued on the Razor & Tie label in 1995.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Carlene Carter and James Eller; except where indicated

  1. "Meant It for a Minute"
  2. "Heart to Heart" (Simon Climie)
  3. "Third Time Charm" (Carter, Pete Marsh, Andy Howell, Roger Bechirian)
  4. "Heart's in Traction"
  5. "I'm the Kinda Sugar Daddy Likes"
  6. "Breathless" (Otis Blackwell)
  7. "Love Like A Glove"
  8. "Cool Reaction" (Pete Marsh, Andy Howell)
  9. "Don't Give My Heart a Break" (Carter, Nick Lowe, Paul Carrack)
  10. "That Boy" (Carter)
  11. "One Way Ticket" (Carter)
  12. "Patient Love" (Carter)


  • Carlene Carter: keyboards and vocals.
  • Roger Bechirian: keyboards, percussion and vocals.
  • Pete Marsh: guitar, keyboards and vocals.
  • James Eller: bass, guitar and keyboards.
  • Andy Howell: bass, guitar and keyboards.
  • Terry Williams: drums.
  • Paul Cobbold: cello, bass.

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  1. ^ "LP Discography: Carlene Carter". lpdiscography.com. Retrieved August 22, 2011. 
  2. ^ Allmusic Review