Released: 1967

Recorded: 1967

Genre: Pop rock

Length: 32:05

Label: Atlantic/Atco

Producer: Sonny Bono


Good Times is the first soundtrack album by American rock duo Sonny & Cher, released in 1967 by Atlantic/Atco Records in conjunction with the film of the same name.

It was released in 1967 and reached #73 on the Billboard album charts. The first single released was "It's the Little Things" and peak in US at #50 and in Canada at #3. Other single released were "Caro Cara", the Italian version of "It's The Little Things" and the B-side "Fantasie" the Italian version of "Don't Talk to Strangers". The single was released exclusively for the Italian market, but the song don't enter in the chart.




Album History

All the songs on the album were written by Bono. The song "I'm Gonna Love You" was recorded for the debut album of Cher All I Really Want to Do but was cut and used for the B-side of "All I Really Want to Do" single. All tracks composed by Sonny Bono.

Main vocals: Cher
Main vocals: Sonny Bono

Sonny Bono: Conductor
William Friedkin: Liner notes

Charts History

US Billboard 73 peak position


Track listing


Side A

01. "I Got You Babe" (Instrumental) 4:48
02. "It's the Little Things" 3:05
03. "Good Times" 5:18
04. "Trust Me" 4:43

Side B

01. "Don't Talk to Strangers" 2:46
02. "I'm Gonna Love You" 2:37
03. "Just a Name" 6:30
04. "I Got You Babe" 2:17


Singles from Good Times

"It's the Little Things"
Released: 1967
"Don't Talk to Strangers"
Released: 1967

Photoshoot from "Good Times"