Physical Singles Sales – Part 2 (Sonny & Cher)
As a reminder, the weighting is done with a 10 to 3 ratio between one album and one physical single.
Good Times (1967) – 105,000 equivalent albums
It’s The Little Things – 350,000
All I Ever Need Is You (1972) – 729,000 equivalent albums
All I Ever Need Is You – 1,290,000
A Cowboys Work Is Never Done – 1,140,000
Mama Was a Rock and Roll Singer, Papa Used to Write All Her Songs (1973) – 42,000 equivalent albums
Mama Was A Rock And Roll Singer, Papa Used To Write All Her Songs Part 1 – 140,000
Orphan Album – 735,000 equivalent albums
Baby Don’t Go – 1,300,000
Love Is Strange – 90,000
A Beautiful Story – 290,000
Plasting Man – 190,000
When You Say Love – 580,000
In 1971, the hit Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves has Cher back out under the spotlight. This gave the opportunity to relaunch successfully the career of the duet with back to back million sellers All I Ever Need Is You and A Cowboys Work Is Never Done.
After a few years only, the duet amassed 14,5 million singles sold. Obviously, Cher sold a lot of tunes too which we are going to list right now.