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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Young Love
  2. Jenny's Calling
  3. The Grifter's Prayer
  4. Our Special Place
  5. Happy Birthday, Anyway
  6. A Little Bit o' Heaven (And A Whole Lot Of Hell)
  7. The World Ain't Flat
  8. Lynn's Song
  9. Forever's Too Far Away
  10. I'm Still With You
  11. Once You Start Walking
  12. Everybody Else Is Wrong


Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 28, 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Secret Disc Label
  • ASIN: B000009OIT
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #365,900 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I have been waiting for Tommy Tutone for several years. The new CD is just fantastic. Tommy Heath's voice has never sounded better. Listening to him howl 'Jenny's got the blues...' sent chills through my body. My favorite track is 'Everybody Else is Wrong', but the whole CD is great. A must for Tommy Tutone fans.
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I am an old fan of "Tommy tutone". If you liked any of his older tunes this is a must buy CD. I feel that "Jenny's Calling" is one of the best tracks on the CD. When you hear the whole CD you will enjoy every track. This is A MUST BUY CD. I encourge you to buy this CD.
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Great music to listen to on long drives bringing back memories of the 80's. the trademark vocals are there with the same style of music. Even a song sequel to "Jenny". Having not listened to this band in a couple of decades I was totally refreshed by the band of the 80's when music was palatable! Not like today where no one writes their music, plays their music, lip sync their music, and are totally created by the "corporate music industry" based on looks and fashion!
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By A Customer on December 2, 1998
Format: Audio CD
I picked this CD up with little to lose, but a few bucks. It has yet to leave my CD player. The best track on this CD is called "Jenny's Calling" As you can gues a follow up to "867-5309/Jenny." He is glad she never returned that phone call after a listen to this song.
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After 3 albums in the early 80s, the band "Tommy Tutone" disbanded. In 1994 the lead vocalist, Tommy Heath, put out a CD ("Nervous Love") using the Tommy Tutone name, even though none of the other original band members participated. In 1998 Heath did it again with "Tutone.rtf". And you know what? This time out, he proves himself fully capable of continuing the TT name with an album that ranks right up there with the best stuff they ever produced. That was not the case with the 1994 album, which was not well-produced and which did not adhere to the old TT sound. That's not to say it was bad, in fact I liked it, but it didn't SOUND like a Tommy Tutone album. This one ("Tutone.rtf") does. In fact the production this time out is outstanding, superior in fact to any of the original TT albums. And rather than explore different genres such as country or folk ballads, as he had done on the prior album, this time out Heath sticks to the punchy power pop that TT was known for. Furthermore, some of the best songs have the same sort of dark undercurrents that made their best album, "Tommy Tutone 2" from 1981, so good. My favorite is "The Grifter's Prayer", about a desperate guy praying for one big lucky financial windfall. "Happy Birthday Anyway" is great, as is "The World Ain't Flat". In fact, there are no weak tracks at all. "Jenny's Calling", an apparent sequel to "867-5309/Jenny", seems to get the most attention, but it's probably my least favorite track on the album. As you may recall, in 1981 he was obsessed with Jenny after seeing her number written on a bathroom wall. But now he knows her and he realizes he'd have been better off if he never met her - that Jenny is nothing but trouble! It's kind of amusing but it also strikes me as a pretty shameless ploy to try to recapture past glories.Read more ›
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