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The Association - Goodbye, Columbus (Soundtrack) (Japan 1999)

6-01-2016, 09:19
Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: Goodbye, Columbus
Year Of Release: 1969/1999
Label: Warner Bros. Records: WPCR-10195
Genre: Pop Rock, Soundtrack
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue,scans)
Total Time: 00:26:59
Total Size: 165 MB


01. Goodbye, Columbus (Jim Yester) 02:22
02. How Will I Know You? 01:55
03. Dartmouth? Dartmouth! 02:23
04. Goodbye, Columbus (instrumental) (Yester) 02:10
05. Ron's Reverie: 03:11
a) Across The Field
b) Carmen, Ohio
06. It's Gotta Be Real (Larry Ramos) 02:16
07. A Moment To Share 02:33
08. Love Has A Way 02:11
09. A Time For Love 01:28
10. So Kind To Me (Brenda's Theme) (Terry Kirkman) 04:07
Bonus Track:
11. Goodbye, Columbus (single version) 02:23

The soundtrack to the motion picture Goodbye, Columbus is a peripheral title in the Association's catalog, with only the title track (a good song but minor hit for the band) being of particular interest. Only three other cuts involve the Association, one of which is an instrumental version of "Goodbye, Columbus" with wordless vocals. "It's Gotta Be Real" is pleasant but unspectacular, and "So Kind to Me (Brenda's Theme)" is a long, tedious piece with dated lyrics. The remaining album tracks are devoted to Charles Fox's instrumental film score, which consists of pseudo-psychedelic organ-driven pop ("Dartmouth? Dartmouth!") to pretty background passages that will bore anyone not obsessed with the movie. "Ron's Reverie" is a strange bit of audio from the film that is used to fill up the end of side one. Since the song "Goodbye, Columbus" is available on anthologies of the Association, this soundtrack is superfluous to all but completists.

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