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Randy Newman / Born Again: "It's money that I love" is prototypical tongue-in-cheek Newman, and very funny.
This isn't to fault Newman at all, but merely to point out that Newman's music took a not so subtle production turn in 1977, for better or worse.
It would be tempting to try and divide the songs into "light" and "heavy" numbers but, typically for Newman, the dividing line isn't so clear.
This may be Newman's most unfathomable album (and that's saying something!)
The dark cover and the joke-that-didn't-quite-work-because-it's-a-bit-creepy pose (Randy as... Read more
Randy Newman / Born Again: "It's money that I love" is prototypical tongue-in-cheek Newman, and very funny. Read morePublished on January 7, 2012 by J. Bynum
One of the most mainstream sounding albums in Randy Newman's discography is also one of his wickedest. Read morePublished on February 19, 2008 by Tim Brough
This is "classic" Randy Newman. Before he became a movie soundtrack retread, before he soldout, before all his music sounded the same, THIS is what Randy Newman was about. Read morePublished on February 16, 2007 by Lee Brock
Born Again is definitely a "really like it" or "couldn't stand it" kind of album. For the record, I really like it. It's Newman's oddest record. Read morePublished on February 27, 2006 by A. Mccormick
I have always found this album to be as playful in its nature as Mr. Newman has ever gotten. His self-parody on the cover says it all. Read morePublished on January 30, 2004 by Rollie Anderson