Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
# Title Rating Length
1-1 Take Me Home
6:45
1-2 Wasn’t It Good
4:20
1-3 Say the Word
4:59
1-4 Happy Was the Day We Met
4:00
2-1 Git Down (Guitar Groupie)
3:44
2-2 Love & Pain (Pain in My Heart)
3:25
2-3 Let This Be a Lesson to You
3:17
2-4 It’s Too Late (To Love Me Now)
3:39
2-5 My Song (Too Far Gone)
3:54

Credits

12" Vinyl 1

acoustic guitar:
Ira Newborn (tracks 2-3–2-4)
electric bass guitar [bass]:
Bob Glaub (tracks 1-4, 2-3–2-4)
David Hungate (track 2-1)
Will Lee (US jazz/rock bassist) (tracks 2-2, 2-5)
Ed Watkins (tracks 1-1–1-3)
strings arranger:
Jimmy Haskett (track 2-5)
membranophone:
Ed Greene (Drummer) (tracks 1-1–1-4, 2-3–2-4)
Jeff Porcaro (track 2-1)
Ron Zito (tracks 2-2, 2-5)
synthesizer:
Bob Esty (disco songwriter - producer from Massachusetts) (track 1-2)
synthesizer programming:
Dan Wyman (track 1-2)
Clavinet:
Alan Lindgren (track 1-2)
Jai Winding (track 2-3)
guitar:
Ben Benay (tracks 2-2, 2-5)
Jay Graydon (track 2-1)
Steve Lukather (track 2-1)
Tim May (tracks 2-2, 2-5)
Wah Wah Watson (tracks 1-1–1-4)
electric guitar:
Ira Newborn (track 2-3)
Thom Rotella (tracks 2-3–2-4)
brass [horns] arranger:
Jimmy Haskell (track 2-2)
Jimmy Haskett (track 2-5)
percussion:
Alan Estes (tracks 2-2, 2-5)
Victor Feldman (jazz musician) (tracks 1-1–1-2, 1-4–2-1, 2-3–2-4)
steel guitar:
Al Perkins (Texas born guitarist esp. steel guitar) (track 2-4)
keyboard:
Bob Esty (disco songwriter - producer from Massachusetts) (track 1-2)
Greg Mathieson (track 2-5)
Paul Schaffer (pianist, bandleader, Dave Letterman's sidekick) (tracks 2-2, 2-5)
Jai Winding (track 2-2)
saxophone:
Ernie Watts (tracks 1-2, 1-4)
Rhodes piano:
Alan Lindgren (tracks 1-1, 1-3–1-4, 2-3–2-4)
piano:
Greg Mathieson (track 2-1)
Jai Winding (tracks 1-1–1-4, 2-4)
additional engineer:
Stephen Marcussen (mastering engineer) (tracks 1-1–2-1, 2-3–2-4)
arranger:
Bob Esty (disco songwriter - producer from Massachusetts) (tracks 1-1–2-1, 2-3–2-4)
Michele Aller (tracks 1-1–2-1, 2-3–2-4)
background vocals:
Bob Esty (disco songwriter - producer from Massachusetts) (tracks 1-1–2-1, 2-4)
Michele Aller (track 2-1)
Loren “Stan” Farber (tracks 1-4, 2-4)
Jon Joyce (vocalist) (tracks 1-1–1-4, 2-4)
David Lasley (tracks 1-1–1-3)
Gene Simmons (KISS bassist) (track 2-1)
composer:
Peppy Castro (track 1-4)
Richard T. Bear (track 2-2)
Tom Snow (US songwriter) (track 2-3)
concertmaster:
Murray Adler (track 2-4)
Jimmy Getzoff (tracks 1-3–1-4)
Sid Sharp (track 1-1)
conductor:
Bob Esty (disco songwriter - producer from Massachusetts) (tracks 1-1–2-1, 2-3–2-4)
Paul Schaffer (pianist, bandleader, Dave Letterman's sidekick) (tracks 2-2, 2-5)
engineer:
Richard Bowls (track 1-2)
Larry Emerine (track 1-2)
executive producer:
Charles Koppelman (American businessman and musician) (tracks 1-1–2-1, 2-3–2-4)
lead vocals:
Cher (tracks 1-1–2-5)
lyricist:
Peppy Castro (track 1-4)
Richard T. Bear (track 2-2)
Tom Snow (US songwriter) (track 2-3)
mixer:
Larry Emerine (tracks 1-1–2-5)
producer:
Ron Dante (tracks 2-2, 2-5)
Bob Esty (disco songwriter - producer from Massachusetts) (tracks 1-1–2-1, 2-3–2-4)
recording engineer:
Larry Emerine (tracks 1-1–2-1, 2-3–2-4)
Michael de Lugg (tracks 2-2, 2-5)
solo electric guitar:
Jerry Doucette (track 2-1)
writer:
Rory Michael Bourke (track 2-4)
Cher (track 2-5)
Gene Dobbins (track 2-4)
Bob Esty (disco songwriter - producer from Massachusetts) (tracks 1-1–1-3, 2-1)
Brett Hudson (track 2-5)
Mark Hudson (US songwriter/record producer) (track 2-5)
Johnny Wilson (track 2-4)
Michele Aller (tracks 1-1–1-3, 2-1)
publisher:
Aller and Esty Music (track 2-1)
Bye Bi-Polar (track 2-5)
Chappell & Co., Inc. (track 2-4)
Cotillion Music Inc. (BMI) (track 1-4)
Lucky Bear Music (track 2-2)
Ploopy Music Co. (track 1-4)
Rick’s Music Inc. (tracks 1-1–1-3)
Snow Music (track 2-3)
mixed at:
Studio 55 in Los Angeles, California, United States (tracks 1-1–2-5)
cover recording of:
recording of:
Say the Word (track 1-3)
Take Me Home (track 1-1)
Wasn’t It Good (track 1-2)

Release Group

included in: Take Me Home / Prisoner by Cher
Discogs: https://www.discogs.com/master/136844 [info]
Wikidata: Q182239 [info]
Wikipedia: en: Take Me Home (Cher album) [info]