Good Old Boys is the fourth studio album by Randy Newman, released in September 1974 on Reprise Records, catalogue number 2193. It was Newman's first album to obtain major commercial success, peaking at number 36 on the Billboard 200. The premiere live performance of the album took place on October 5, 1974, at the Symphony Hall in Atlanta, Georgia, with guest Ry Cooder and Newman conducting the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.
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Randy Newman’s Good Old Boys is nothing less than a tour of Southern bigotry and pride in the 20th century. It remains as shocking, pristine, and regrettably relevant as the day it was released. It’s the first indication that this album is no simple character study, but a composite survey of the roots and of Southern bigotry in the 20th century-in other words, the diciest and most formidable project Randy Newman had (and has) ever attempted. Newman sells his pivots and double-meanings skillfully in Rednecks, the album’s microcosm, through both his character building and deceptively intricate music-peppered with gestures that could have been pulled from ragtime standards, brass-band chorales, and the mid-19th-century popular songs of Stephen Foster.
Title: Good Boys (2019). Three sixth grade boys ditch school and embark on an epic journey while carrying accidentally stolen drugs, being hunted by teenage girls, and trying to make their way home in time for a long-awaited party.
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Notes"How Good" contains uncredited samples of "How Good Is Your Game" performed by Billy Paul
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