Good Times

Album: Picture Perfect Morning (1994)
Charted: 40 60
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  • This is the most recognized song on Brickell's first solo album. She was formerly with the band Edie Brickell and the New Bohemians.
  • Soul singer Barry White, who was known for his deep voice and sensual songs, provided the sexy interlude.
  • Brickell married Paul Simon in 1992. He produced this album.
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Comments: 3

  • Jim from Sf (bay Area), CaLooooooove Edie Brickell! Her new CD with The "Gaddabouts" comes out in January 2011.
  • Frank from Brampton, Ontario, CanadaThis is a very nice melodic tune. Edie has quite the talented voice, not only this one but any of her songs with the New Bohemians.

    But.... anyways.... I'm not sure what the song is about but I like it nonetheless.
  • Dave Malkoff from San Francisco, CaVideo was featured on the original Windows95 CD-ROM. Microsoft wanted to show it's new video playing technology. The other featured song was Buddy Holly by Weazer.
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