The Wonder Years: Music from the Emmy Award-Winning Show & Its Era

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The Wonder Years: Music From the Emmy Award-Winning Show & Its Era
Soundtrack album by Various artists
Released October 3, 1989
Genre Rock/Pop, Soundtrack, Television
Length 45 minutes
Label Atlantic (USA)
Producer Toby Emmerich & Karen Gibson
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

The Wonder Years: Music From the Emmy Award-Winning Show & Its Era is a soundtrack album to the TV series The Wonder Years. This album, released in 1989, contains seven modern cover songs rather than simply original music from the series, which earned it many unfavorable reviews.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "With a Little Help from My Friends" - Joe Cocker
  2. "Baby I Need Your Loving" - Was (Not Was)
  3. "Drift Away" - Judson Spence
  4. "For What It's Worth (Stop, Hey What's That Sound)" - Buffalo Springfield
  5. "Get Together" - Indigo Girls
  6. "In The Still Of The Night" (I'll Remember)" - Debbie Gibson
  7. "Twentieth Century Fox" - The Escape Club
  8. "Ruby Tuesday" - Julian Lennon
  9. "Teach Your Children" - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
  10. "Brown Eyed Girl" - Van Morrison
  11. "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" - Carole King
  12. "Come Home (Wonder Years)" - Debbie Gibson
  13. "Peace Train" - Richie Havens (bonus track)

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