Today, the Goddess of Pop, Cher, turns 68. In celebration of her remarkable career, I wanted to revisit a remix track from her 1996 album It's a Man's World. Mostly a covers record, It's a Man's World shows the diva playing with her falsetto range and traditional pop sounds. However, it also marks her movement towards dance music, particularly with the single "One by One," which spawned remix after remix. I've chosen to share--oops! sounds like a pun!--the Junior Vasquez Radio Edit of that track because it feels quintessential late 90s/early 2000s, and the track has a celebratory sound that works so well with the singer's vocal. Cher is a superstar for good reason, and here's to hoping she releases great music for many years to come!
I've written a lot about Cher on the blog, so if you would like to read more of my thoughts about her music, check out these posts:
Single Review: I Walk Alone by Cher
My Favorite Album of 2013: Cher's Closer to the Truth
Feel Good Song: Take It Like a Man by Cher
Tasty Tracks of 2013: Woman's World by Cher
Feel Good Album: Cher's Living Proof
Feel Good Album: Cher's Believe
Happy Belated Birthday to Cher: A Review of Her 1987 Self-Titled Album
Happy birthday to Cher!