BetteBack January 23, 1973: The Divine Miss M Album Review

Greeley Daily Tribune
January 23, 1973


The Divine Miss M is here!

And it’s a real joy to find an artist of the caliber of Bette Midler, whose new Atlantic LP “The Divine Miss M” has just been released.

A young woman with an incredible talent, a voice that soars throatily across a dizzying collection of material that spans decades. From Bobby Freeman‘s “Do You Want To Dance” to Buzzy Linhart‘s .”Friends” through classics like “Chapel of Love,” “Superstar,” “Delta Dawn,” and “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy,”

Bette takes each song and creates an individual mood masterpiece with every one.

Miss Midler’s talent is more than a beautiful voice, it has a lot to do with sex-appeal, style, feeling, and a great sense of humor. Make room for this one on your superstar shelf.

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