You're a Big Boy Now (album)
|You're a Big Boy Now|
|Soundtrack album by The Lovin' Spoonful|
|The Lovin' Spoonful chronology|
You're a Big Boy Now is a soundtrack album by The Lovin' Spoonful, released in 1967. It contains some songs from the Francis Ford Coppola movie of the same name. Both "You're a Big Boy Now" and "Darling Be Home Soon" were released as singles. It was re-released on CD along with What's Up, Tiger Lily?, the Spoonful's soundtrack for the 1967 Woody Allen film.
Music critic William Ruhlmann wrote of the album "Most of the rest of the score consisted of instrumentals, many augmented by an uncredited orchestra, but Sebastian's title song was also impressive."
All songs by John Sebastian.
- "You're a Big Boy Now"
- "Lonely (Amy's Theme)"
- "Wash Her Away (From the Discotheque)"
- "Kite Chase"
- "Try and Be Happy"
- "Peep Show Percussion"
- "Girl, Beautiful Girl (Barbara's Theme)"
- "Darling Be Home Soon"
- "Dixieland Big Boy"
- "Letter to Barbara"
- "Barbara's Theme [From the Discotheque]"
- "Miss Thing's Thang"
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