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Good Times [Original Soundtrack]

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Sonny & Cher 9/21/1999

Review

Sonny & Cher were big stars in 1967. So they made a movie. The pictures on the CD booklet look kind of silly, but the music is quite nice. Sonny broadens his approach a little for the occasion. The record kicks off with a "Pet Sounds in an elevator" version of "I Got You Babe" and ends with a comic acoustic version of "I Got You Babe" wherein Cher hams up the vocals and Sonny tries some flamenco guitar stylings. "It's the Little Things" is three-and-a-half minutes of pure pop and Spector-ian girl-plus-boy harmonies. Sonny only steals from the best. Sonny. Underrated as a producer, overlooked as a songwriter, laughed at as a singer -- how wrong is that? Just listen to the music. The songs are hummable and funny. The record sounds great and it's jam-packed with hooks. All this and Cher, too. So give the man some respect, buy the record, ignore the less-than-pristine CD sound quality, and laugh and love with Sonny & Cher. ~ Tim Sendra
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 I Got You Babe [Instrumental] Sonny & Cher 4:45
  3. 2 It's the Little Things Sonny & Cher 3:2
  4. 3 Good Times Sonny & Cher 5:14
  5. 4 Trust Me Sonny & Cher 4:40
  6. 5 Don't Talk to Strangers Sonny & Cher 2:43
  7. 6 I'm Gonna Love You Sonny & Cher 2:34
  8. 7 Just a Name Sonny & Cher 6:27
  9. 8 I Got You Babe Sonny & Cher 2:17

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