Stop Your Motor
|Stop Your Motor|
|Studio album by|
|The Association chronology|
Stop Your Motor is the Association's sixth studio album (not including their greatest hits album or the Goodbye, Columbus soundtrack) and their final project for Warner Bros. It marked the debut of keyboardist Richard Thompson, replacing original member Russ Giguere. The songs "That's Racin'" (original titled "I'm Going To Be A Racin' Star") and "The First Sound" were initially slated to be part of a proposed soundtrack for a documentary film about auto racing, Once Upon a Wheel, hosted by Paul Newman but the soundtrack failed to materialise beyond a promotional level (sponsored by Coca-Cola). The title song from the documentary, as composed by Terry Kirkman, never saw an official release.
The album contained no charting singles and peaked at number 158 on Billboard.
|1.||"Bring Yourself Home"||Ted Bluechel||Kirkman||4:06|
|2.||"Funny Kind of Song"||Jules Alexander||Alexander||3:22|
|3.||"That's Racin'"||Terry Kirkman||Cole||1:58|
|4.||"P.F. Sloan"||Jimmy Webb||Yester, Ramos, and Cole||4:08|
|1.||"It's Gotta Be Real"||Larry Ramos||Ramos||2:19|
|2.||"The First Sound"||Kirkman, Richard Thompson||Kirkman||4:05|
|3.||"Along the Way"||Jim Yester||Yester||3:20|
|4.||"Traveller's Guide (Spanish Flyer)"||Brian Cole||Cole||2:17|
|5.||"Seven Virgins"||Jim Spheeris||Group||2:54|
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