Goin’ Somewhere (Word WST-8503-LP) 1970?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Young And Free, The - Goin' Somewhere

 

 

 

 

Get ready for the sap to flow bounteously from your speakers. Here come seven young collegiate folks all dressed in bright yellow outfits — and yes I do believe those are flowers on the guys’ pants. Goin’ Somewhere is their slick contribution of groovy now-sounds pop and smooth mushy elevator muzak. Like a second-rate Free Design, but still rather infectious in a kitschy sort of way given the right mood. Harpsichord, strings, horns, organ, loungy piano, electric guitar, fluffy male/female harmonies. Lyrics like “every leaf you turn over is etched by the line of a hot plastic world that scars your mind; perhaps you should try a freer design.” Arranged by Kurt Kaiser. Play this for your AC/DC friends and watch them freak out. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).

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Young & Free - Goin' (Bck).

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I have not acquired this album yet.  Thank you Donald for the rear cover photo.

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Tracks:

 

Song #Song TitleTime
1-1Goin’ Somewhere
1-2I Can’t Live That Way
1-3Love’s The Answer
1-4Love
1-5Hey, Little Girl
1-6Lost And Found
2-1I Heard About Him
2-2It Means Love
2-3A Day Like Today
2-4Wooden Cross
2-5Help Me Care

 

 

 

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