Going Somewhere

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Going Somewhere
Colin Hay - Going Somewhere.jpg
Studio album by Colin Hay
Released 24 April 2001
Recorded 2000-2001
Genre Pop rock
Length 49:43
Label Lazy Eye
Producer Colin Hay
Colin Hay chronology
Transcendental Highway
(1998)Transcendental Highway1998
Going Somewhere
(2001)
Company of Strangers
(2002)Company of Strangers2002
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars [1]

Going Somewhere is the sixth solo album by Scottish-Australian singer Colin Hay, released in 2001.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Colin Hay, except where noted.

  1. "Beautiful World" – 4:04
  2. "Looking for Jack" (Alsop, Hay) – 2:56
  3. "Going Somewhere" – 2:40
  4. "Wayfaring Sons" – 3:42
  5. "Children on Parade" – 3:38
  6. "My Brilliant Feat" (Hay, Talbot) – 3:26
  7. "Waiting for My Real Life to Begin" (Hay, Mooney) – 5:46
  8. "Don't Wait Up" – 4:00
  9. "Lifeline" (Fischer, Hay) – 4:02
  10. "Circles Erratica" – 4:05
  11. "Water Song" – 4:10
  12. "Maggie" – 4:21
  13. "I Don't Know Why" – 2:53

An extended version of the album features two bonus tracks:

  1. Waiting for My Real Life to Begin (Radio Edit) - 3:40
  2. I Just Don't Think I'll Ever Get Over You (Radio Edit) - 4:29

A special Australian tour edition added an acoustic reworking of Overkill as the first track, in response to Hay's appearance performing the song on the hit show Scrubs. The track would later reappear on the 2003 album Man @ Work.

Waiting for My Real Life to Begin[edit]

The song, "Waiting for My Real Life to Begin", has been featured in eight television series: Scrubs (sung by the cast), Dawson's Creek, The Hills, What About Brian, Cane, The Cleaner, Judging Amy (Season 2, Episode 22 'Hold on Tight' end sequence), Miami Medical, and Brothers & Sisters.

The song was also featured in the film Words & Pictures.

My Brilliant Feat[edit]

In December 2005, Hay and Heather Mills digitally re-released "My Brilliant Feat" as a charity single as a tribute to the late footballer George Best who died on 25 November 2005. Proceeds went to the Donor Family Network supporting organ donor families and promoting organ and tissue donation.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Griffith, JT. Going Somewhere at AllMusic