Simple Pleasures (Bobby McFerrin album)
|Studio album by Bobby McFerrin|
|Genre||Vocal, a cappella, jazz|
|Bobby McFerrin chronology|
|The Village Voice||B–|
Simple Pleasures is the fourth studio album by American singer and musician Bobby McFerrin. It was his commercial breakthrough album, containing the hit single "Don't Worry, Be Happy," also featured in the film Cocktail.
Simple Pleasures has gone triple platinum, with "Don't Worry, Be Happy" winning the 1988 Grammy Awards for Song of the Year, Record of the Year and Best Pop Vocal.
All tracks written by Bobby McFerrin except where noted.
|1.||"Don't Worry, Be Happy"||4:54|
|2.||"All I Want"||2:56|
|3.||"Drive My Car" (John Lennon, Paul McCartney)||2:44|
|5.||"Good Lovin'" (Rudy Clark, Arthur Resnick)||2:58|
|6.||"Come to Me"||3:38|
|7.||"Susie-Q" (Eleanor Broadwater, Dale Hawkins, Stan Lewis)||2:50|
|9.||"Them Changes" (Buddy Miles)||3:55|
|10.||"Sunshine of Your Love" (Pete Brown, Jack Bruce, Eric Clapton)||3:43|
- Bobby McFerrin - all vocals
- Chris Tergesen - engineer
- Carol Friedman - photography
- Henry Marquez - art direction
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