Rachel Sweet ‎– ...And Then He Kissed Me

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Columbia ‎– ARC 37077
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Santa Maria Pressing
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A1 Shadows Of The Night
Lyrics By [Additional Lyrics By] – Rachel SweetWords By, Music By – D.L. Byron
3:59
A2 Then He Kissed Me / Be My Baby
Written-By – Phil Spector, Ellie Greenwich, Jeff Barry*
4:34
A3 Billy And The Gun
Written-By – Rachel Sweet
4:19
A4 Party Girl
Arranged By – David Wolfert, Pete Solley*, Rick ChertoffWritten-By – Rachel Sweet
4:23
B1 Two Hearts Full Of Love
Written-By – Eddie Schwartz
3:08
B2 Little Darlin'
Remix – Rick Chertoff, William WittmanWritten-By – Amanda Blue, Holly Knight
3:52
B3 Fool's Story
Written-By – Rachel Sweet
5:02
B4 Everlasting Love
Arranged By [String Arrangement] – Bert deCoteaux*Featuring [With] – Rex SmithWritten-By – Buzz Cason, Mac Gayden
3:44
B5 Streetheart
Written-By – Rachel Sweet
3:51

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Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Santa Maria pressing. Issued with printed inner sleeve with credits / lyrics.

A1, A2, A4, B1, B4 Recorded and Mixed at The Record Plant, New York City
A3, B2, B3, B5 Recorded and Mixed at Criteria Studios, Miami, Fla.

Rights and Publishing details:
A1: Inner Sanctum (BMI)
A2: Trio Music Company, Inc. and Mother Bertha Music Inc. (BMI)
A3 & A4: Sweet Rebel Music (ASCAP)
B1: ATV Music Publishing of Canada, Ltd., and Mussel Schwartz Music. All rights for the U.S.A. controlled by ATV Music Corp. and Schwartzcake Music (BMI)
B2: Land Of Dreams Music, Inc. (ASCAP, c/o Arista Music, Inc.(ASCAP) for the U.S. and Canada
B3: Sweet Rebel Music (ASCAP)
B4: Rising Sons Music, Inc. (BMI)
B5: Sweet Rebel Music (ASCAP)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix A, on label): AL 37077
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix B, on label): BL 37077
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A etched / STERLING stamped): 1S AL-37077-1F TWO #18's STERLING A5
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B etched / o, STERLING stamped): 1S BL-37077-1E o CINDY LIVES B4 STERLING
  • Rights Society (A1, A2, B1, B4): BMI
  • Rights Society (A3, A4, B2, B3, B5): ASCAP
  • Barcode (Scanned): 074643707718
  • Barcode (Printed): 0 7464-37077-1

Other Versions (5 of 12) View All

Cat# Artist  Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CBS 85006 Rachel Sweet ...And Then He Kissed Me(LP, Album) CBS CBS 85006 Europe 1981 Sell This Version
ARC 37077 Rachel Sweet ...And Then He Kissed Me(LP, Album) Columbia ARC 37077 US 1981 Sell This Version
FC 37077 Rachel Sweet ...And Then He Kissed Me(LP, Album) Columbia FC 37077 Canada 1981 Sell This Version
ACT 37077 Rachel Sweet ...And Then He Kissed Me(Cass, Album) Columbia ACT 37077 US 1981 Sell This Version
CBS 85006 Rachel Sweet ...And Then He Kissed Me(LP, Album) CBS CBS 85006 UK 1981 Sell This Version

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November 8, 2016

This should have been Rachel Sweet's breakthrough moment. In fact, it's obvious that that's what Columbia was going for. They liked her so much that they signed her directly to Big Red (Stiff was just a little Euro thing, after all), and brought in the big guns - Rick Chertoff to produce, and a raft of Nashville session cats to make the music. Gone was the indie sensibility that provided so much of the spark for her first two Stiff Lps; gone were The Blockheads and their UK punk sensibilities -- and sadly, gone was the innocence and enthusiasm that had made "Fool Around" such a remarkable debut. The CBS folks had taken Rachel's grit and charisma and sanded, buffed and polished it to a smooth sheen. And they got their Top 40 hit, by pairing her with then-heartthrob Rex Smith on a big-studio cover of "Everlasting Love".

There are some bright moments here, mostly when Rachel was allowed to do her own songs (produced by Stiff prexy Pete Solley). Her voice retained the sulky, raspy charm that had endeared her on her previous outings. And even the big productions where Chertoff was obviously going for an E-Street Band feel have their appeal. But the spontanaeity, the DIY appeal of those first two albums had been paved over by the New York machine.

She'd have one album left to prove what she could do.