I'm Going Back There Someday - Paul Williams

I'm Going Back There Someday

Paul Williams

  • Genre: Easy Listening
  • Release Date: 2007-11-27
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 2006 AIX Records

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Rainbow Connection Paul Williams 4:44 USD 0.99
2
You're Gone Paul Williams 3:23 USD 0.99
3
I Won't Last a Day Without You Paul Williams 3:49 USD 0.99
4
We've Only Just Begun Paul Williams 3:20 USD 0.99
5
Out In the Country Paul Williams 4:06 USD 0.99
6
Rainy Days and Mondays Paul Williams 3:48 USD 0.99
7
Crazy Loving You Paul Williams 3:59 USD 0.99
8
When You Said Hello Paul Williams 3:54 USD 0.99
9
Love Dance Paul Williams 5:13 USD 0.99
10
It's All Been Said Before Paul Williams 2:47 USD 0.99
11
An Old Fashioned Love Song Paul Williams 3:00 USD 0.99
12
I'm Going to Go Back There Som Paul Williams 2:50 USD 0.99

Reviews

  • ITunes! Show some respect, PLEASE!

    1
    By Cobeeze
    OKAY! This is not an official review of this album. I haven't heard it as of this post. However, I'm perplexed by the fact that only rerecords seem to be found here and elsewhere. Williams was a consumate performer in the '70's His music was everywhere(though rarely performed on radio by him.) Movies and TV begged for his easy going style and voice. Please get his catalogue. He deserves an Essentials CD!
  • This is what happened

    5
    By pthouron
    In response to the reviews souring disappointed because "this is not the Paul Williams" they remember, I'd like to ask the following: which Paul Williams do you remember. Paul has always been a great songwriter, but he hardly ever was a Frank Sinatra when it comes to performance. This is a recording by a man who "went to hell and back". Sure, he sounds older. So what? The songs are still great. Do we want aesthetic perfection or do we want heartfelt performances? I'll go with the latter any time. Warren Zevon's last album was fraught with all the pain he was going through and the vocals were weak, but it still was a great album. I'm glad Paul is still performing and that his songs are still going strong, as I strongly believe he was a master at a craft that has all but disappeared.
  • Sorry to agree

    2
    By Singersongwriter62
    I grew up appreciating his music in the 70's, and though his voice was satisfactory for his songs, it is not up to a recording artist anymore. So sad as our memories get older. Makes you appreciate Shirley Bassey at 71 during the Oscars.
  • Great work

    5
    By TV guy123
    Paul Williams is a terrific song writer and am so glad he's in recovery. Great work on all sides Paul, glad to have you back!
  • Wonderful!

    5
    By Adelita Uno
    No one sings a song better than the person who wrote it. Forget the orchestration, special effects, auto tune, big name - only the composer delivers the true meaning of the words and melody, regardless of the quality or age of their voice.
  • Still my favorite songwriter of all time

    5
    By Evstanton
    I grew up on Paul Williams. I grew up in the time of the singer / songwriter. This album and the pbs video are fantastic. The guest artists add a lot to the tunes, in just the right ways. Mr. Williams, you look and sound terrific. Thanks for giving so much of yourself to us over all these years. Awesome that ASCAP has such a terrific president now. Great to hear your voice again. Back there someday is still my personal theme song. Cheers! Ev
  • Where is Paul?

    2
    By Akalan63
    I first fell in love with his songs when I was a teenager. His writing has always been beautiful. This is not the Paul Williams I have known. His voice has grown older. It isn't as smooth as it once was. I think the new songs are nice, but I would not buy this album. I prefer to remember Paul the way he was.
  • biography

    3
    By whtele
    Hey iTunes! When you give a biography from an album page do try to get the right person. I'll give the album 3 stars and iTunes 1 for sloppy work.
  • What happened?

    2
    By Parilla11
    Paul's voice was so distinctive in the 70's, but on this much later album, it's weak, fragile, and a little shaky. The 4-5 star reviewers here are waxing on about past vocal glory, but if someone played this without telling me who it was, I would have said it was someone's grandpa on karaoke night at a senior center. Yeah, I know he's much older and the voice has faded a bit, but I can't see myself buying this. Where is his early stuff?
  • Finally

    4
    By T Harold
    Great to finally hear from this guy...been a long time. Like to find "Waking Up Alone" and the album that came from (70s?).

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