The Weary Boys - Good Times mp3 downloadPerformer: The Weary Boys
Title: Good Times
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Good Times" is a song by American R&B band Chic from their third album Risqué (1979). The disco song, ranked No. 229 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time, has become one of the most sampled tunes in music.
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Good Times! is the twelfth studio album by the Monkees. Produced mainly by Adam Schlesinger (with some additional bonus tracks produced by Andrew Sandoval), the album was recorded to commemorate the band's 50th anniversary. It is the first Monkees studio album since Justus (1996) the longest gap to date and the first since the death of founder member Davy Jones. The album features surviving Monkees Micky Dolenz, Michael Nesmith, and Peter Tork, as well as a posthumous contribution from Jones.
Good Times! is as contemporary as it is a wander into the past. Over the album's 13 tracks (15 on the download), there is a seamless mixture of new and old, with material supplied by those who wrote some their biggest hits as well as songs by those who grew up on the band. The title track, for example, was based on a 1968 demo by Harry Nilsson, who wrote "Cuddly Toy" and "Daddy's Song" for them.
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The Good: While Wire and GoF gradually mellowed, losing their edge, B Boys have gone in the opposite direction. The relentless Dudu makes the trio’s previous work seem almost frivolous, paring their music down to granite-hard basics. Melodies are minimal, with jagged guitar riffs hinting at traditional songcraft, powered by brutal rhythms. The Bad: However thrilling, Dudu is also exhausting. Despite occasional shifts in tempo, the intensity never varies, ultimately threatening to induce the weary numbness the lads so eloquently describe. By the time the fast-and-furious 10th track, the appropriately titled On Repeat, kicks off, the nonstop drama has become a large blur. Allowing their music to breathe a little more would make B Boys easier to hear.
Beach Boys, ‘Beach Boys’ Christmas Album’ (1964). The early Beach Boys could turn National Podiatrist Recognition Day into a party, so you know they're gonna knock Christmas out of the park. Their smiles 'n' sweaters playfulness is all over this 1964 collection. The best of the album's six originals is the darkly funny "Santa's Beard," in which Mike Love takes his five-year-old brother to meet Santa and the kid pulls the cotton falsie off Saint Nick's face in a life-altering moment of mall-bought demystification.
|1||Good Times||The Weary Boys||4:52|
|2||Sweet Pauline||The Weary Boys||4:40|
|3||Cruel Corrine||The Weary Boys||3:56|
|4||California Blues||The Weary Boys||3:24|
|5||Big Red Fella||The Weary Boys||2:50|
|6||Two Long Years||The Weary Boys||4:47|
|7||Haunt My Mind||The Weary Boys||3:15|
|8||Never Be Lonely||The Weary Boys||3:26|
|9||Evenin' Sun||The Weary Boys||5:05|
|10||Kneelin' Drunkard's Plea||The Weary Boys||2:37|
|11||Rosarita No. 4||The Weary Boys||6:26|
|12||Red Headed Gambler||The Weary Boys||1:24|
|13||Still to Blame||The Weary Boys||3:11|
|14||Copenhagen||The Weary Boys||1:27|
|15||Eureka Town||The Weary Boys||4:08|
|16||Baby I'm Still Fallin'||The Weary Boys||3:56|