The Good Times (Neil Sedaka album)

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The Good Times
2013 CD reissue of "The Good Times", using 24-bit digital remastering
Studio album by Neil Sedaka
Released 1986 (1986)
Genre Pop
Label Curb, Precision Records and Tapes Ltd.
Neil Sedaka chronology
Come See About Me
(1983)Come See About Me1983
The Good Times
My Friend
(1986)My Friend1986

The Good Times is a 1986 album by American pop singer Neil Sedaka. It was originally issued on the Curb label in the US and by Precision Records and Tapes Ltd. in the UK.[1]

With one exception, the album consists almost entirely of material co-written by Neil Sedaka and his daughter Dara, and she is featured singing duets with her father in two tracks. The one exception is a new version of Sedaka's 1975 hit, "The Hungry Years", which he co-wrote with Howard Greenfield.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Love Made Me Feel This Way"
  2. "Sweet Dreams Of You" (with Dara Sedaka)
  3. "Rosarita"
  4. "The Hungry Years"
  5. "Wonderful World Of Love"
  6. "The Good Times" (with Dara Sedaka)
  7. "Let Me Walk With You Again"
  8. "Paint Me Again"
  9. "Tomorrow Never Came"


Curb Records issued one single, "Love Made Me Feel This Way", which did not chart.

CD Release[edit]

In 1986, Precision Records & Tapes (PRT) issued this album on CD in Europe (from master tape.) A bootleg reissue (from vinyl) was released in 2013.

  1. ^ Focus On: 100 Most Popular American Tenors - Page 1846 in Curb label – Come See About Me 1983 and The Good Times in 1986. Both of these albums fared poorly on the charts and in sales, with only modest success for the singles released from those albums. After 1986, Sedaka was once again left without a record label. He then created his own music label, ensuring that his catalog of hits would find the marketplace, and he released occasional CDs of self-produced new, original material. .