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Going Somewhere [2005 Bonus Tracks]
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Album: Going Somewhere [2005 Bonus Tracks]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Beautiful World
2)    Looking for Jack
3)    Going Somewhere
4)    Wayfaring Sons
5)    Children on Parade
6)    My Brilliant Feat
7)    Waiting for My Real Life to Begin
8)    Don't Wait Up
9)    Lifeline
10)    Circles Erratica
11)    Water Song
12)    Maggie
13)    I Don't Know Why
14)    Waiting for My Real Life to Begin - (Bonus Track/Radio Edit)
15)    I Just Don't Think I'll Ever Get Over You - (Bonus Track/Radio Edit)
 

Album: Going Somewhere [2005 Bonus Tracks]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Beautiful World
2)    Looking for Jack
3)    Going Somewhere
4)    Wayfaring Sons
5)    Children on Parade
6)    My Brilliant Feat
7)    Waiting for My Real Life to Begin
8)    Don't Wait Up
9)    Lifeline
10)    Circles Erratica
11)    Water Song
12)    Maggie
13)    I Don't Know Why
14)    Waiting for My Real Life to Begin - (Bonus Track/Radio Edit)
15)    I Just Don't Think I'll Ever Get Over You - (Bonus Track/Radio Edit)
 
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Performer Notes
  • Colin Hay was the singer and guitarist for 80's band Men At Work.
  • Recorded at Lazy Eye Studios, Topanga, California.
  • Audio Mixer: Dave Dale.
  • Recording information: Lazy Eye Studios, Topanga, CA.
  • Photographer: Cecilia No‰l.
  • Going Somewhere is the sixth solo album from Men at Work's Colin Hay, but one of the few available in the US. First available on MP3.com, then sold through Hay's web site, Going Somewhere is currently distributed by MusicBlitz and is availble on the web. The acoustic album is filled with good songs, including two from previous Hay albums. "Looking for Jack" was the title track from Colin James Hay's debut solo album. "Wafaring Sons" was also a title track, in this case from his commercially unsuccessful 1990 album. The song "Waiting ror My Real Life to Begin" was used by the TV show Judging Amy in 2001. Going Somewhere is actually the followup to Hay's 1992 acoustic album Peaks and Valleys and is intended to sound like his live solo shows. ~ JT Griffith
Professional Reviews
Q (6/01, p.109) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...13 unfussy songs for fortysomethings....played entirely solo on acoustic guitar but with enough musical color to work..."

Dirty Linen (pp.90-91) - "The Scottish-born Hay, transplanted to Australia, keeps his unique voice that is chipper on the surface but touched by an endearingly na‹ve melancholy."

Mojo (Publisher) (5/01, p.103) - "...There are no [Men At Work] hits, but the collection is packed with gems from Hay's solo catalogue....Intoxicating stuff."
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