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Bette Midler - released in 1973
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Bette Midler - released in 1973

Bette Midler is an ablbum by Bette Midler released in 1973 Bette Midler, on the cover of her 1973 album of the same name This is about the performer also called The Divine Miss M; for her eponymous albums, see her list of albums. ...

  • 1. Skylark
  • 2. Drinking Again
  • 3. Breaking Up Somebody's Home
  • 4. Surabaya Johnny
  • 5. I Shall Be Released
  • 6. Optimistic Voices/lullaby Of Broadway
  • 7. In The Mood
  • 8. Uptown/Don't Say Nothin' Bad (About My Baby)/Doo Doo Run Run
  • 9. Twisted
  • 10. Higher & Higher

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divastation: bette midler (699 words)
born on december 1st, 1945, in honolulu, hawaii, bette midler was destined to become star; her parents, fred and ruth midler, named her after actress bette davis, with a slight change in the pronunciation.
bette's singularity did not escape her classmates; the only white, jewish girl, she quickly learned that making her peers laugh was the best was to detract from her differences and escape ridicule.
midler claims that, at the time, she had no idea what was going on in other rooms of the popular gay men's meeting place, insisting that she just performed her act and went on about her business.
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