Convertible Music

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Convertible Music
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Studio album by Josie Cotton
Released 1982
Genre Pop rock, new wave
Length 31:05
Label Elektra
Producer Roy Thomas Baker
Bobby and Larson Paine
Josie Cotton chronology
Convertible Music
(1982)
From the Hip
(1984)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]

Convertible Music is the 1982 new wave debut album by pop rock artist Josie Cotton, released on Elektra Records.

Convertible Music contained Cotton's two most well-known songs, the minor hits "Johnny Are You Queer?" and "He Could Be The One", both of which were later performed by Cotton herself in the 1983 movie Valley Girl, as well as appearing on the film's hit soundtrack (#155, Billboard 200).

Track listing[edit]

  1. "He Could Be The One" (Paine, Paine) - 2:48
  2. "Rockin' Love" (Paine, Paine) - 3:02
  3. "Waitin' For Your Love" (Cotton) - 3:21
  4. "So Close" (Cotton) - 2:39
  5. "I Need The Night, Tonight" (Cotton) - 3:12
  6. "Johnny Are You Queer?" (Paine, Paine) - 2:46
  7. "Systematic Way" (Cotton) - 2:57
  8. "Another Girl" (Cotton) - 3:14
  9. "Bye, Bye Baby" (Cotton) - 2:57
  10. "No Pictures Of Dad" (Giltridge) - 3:33
  11. "Tell Him" (Russell) - 2:36

Personnel[edit]

  • Josie Cotton - Vocals
  • Bobby Paine - Guitar, Bass
  • Pete McRae - Guitar
  • J.B. Frank - Keyboards - future member of glam rockers Kingdom Come
  • Gary Ferguson - Drums, later with Gary Moore

Charts[edit]

Chart (1982) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard 200 147

References[edit]