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Smash Boom Bang! The Songs and Productions of Feldman-Goldstein-Gottehrer
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Album: Smash Boom Bang! The Songs and Productions of Feldman-Goldstein-Gottehrer
# Song Title   Time
1)    Night Time - The Strangeloves
2)    Let's Stomp - Bobby Comstock
3)    My Boyfriend's Back [Unedited Version] - The Angels
4)    Hang On Sloopy [Unedited Version] - The McCoys
5)    Hide & Seek - The Sheep
6)    Girls Don't Trust That Boy - Patty Lace & the Petticoats
7)    You're So Good to Me - Debra Swisher
8)    Sorrow - The McCoys
9)    Gonna Make It Alone - Ronnie Dio & the Prophets
10)    Back in the USA - Ron Winters - (featuring The Patriots)
11)    I Want You to Be My Boyfriend - The Chic-Lets
12)    Don't Monkey with Tarzan - The Pygmies
13)    Drifter, The - Ray Pollard
14)    I Want Candy - The Strangeloves
15)    I'm a Man - Bobby Comstock
16)    Out in the Sun (Hey-O) - The Beach Nuts
17)    Tell Her - Dean Parrish
18)    You're Going Up to the Bottom - Giles Strange
19)    Swingin' Street [Demo] - Dion
20)    Lookin' for Boys - The Pin-Ups
21)    Giving Up On Love - Jerry Butler
22)    Wonderful Guy [Stereo Underdub] - Diane Christian
23)    (You Can't Take) My Boyfriend's Woody - The Powder Puffs
24)    Snow Girl - Ron Winters
25)    (At The) Discotheque - Chubby Checker
26)    What Time Is It? - The Jive Five - (featuring Eugene Pitt)
 
Album: Smash Boom Bang! The Songs and Productions of Feldman-Goldstein-Gottehrer
# Song Title   Time
1)    Night Time - The Strangeloves
2)    Let's Stomp - Bobby Comstock
3)    My Boyfriend's Back [Unedited Version] - The Angels
4)    Hang On Sloopy [Unedited Version] - The McCoys
5)    Hide & Seek - The Sheep
6)    Girls Don't Trust That Boy - Patty Lace & the Petticoats
7)    You're So Good to Me - Debra Swisher
8)    Sorrow - The McCoys
9)    Gonna Make It Alone - Ronnie Dio & the Prophets
10)    Back in the USA - Ron Winters - (featuring The Patriots)
11)    I Want You to Be My Boyfriend - The Chic-Lets
12)    Don't Monkey with Tarzan - The Pygmies
13)    Drifter, The - Ray Pollard
14)    I Want Candy - The Strangeloves
15)    I'm a Man - Bobby Comstock
16)    Out in the Sun (Hey-O) - The Beach Nuts
17)    Tell Her - Dean Parrish
18)    You're Going Up to the Bottom - Giles Strange
19)    Swingin' Street [Demo] - Dion
20)    Lookin' for Boys - The Pin-Ups
21)    Giving Up On Love - Jerry Butler
22)    Wonderful Guy [Stereo Underdub] - Diane Christian
23)    (You Can't Take) My Boyfriend's Woody - The Powder Puffs
24)    Snow Girl - Ron Winters
25)    (At The) Discotheque - Chubby Checker
26)    What Time Is It? - The Jive Five - (featuring Eugene Pitt)
 
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  • Liner Note Author: Rob Finnis.
  • Photographers: William Randolph; Jerry Shatzberg; Eddie Smith .
  • Arranger: Bassett Hand.
  • A 1960s songwriting, production, and sometimes performing team, Bob Feldman, Jerry Goldstein, and Richard Gottehrer haven't gotten the attention of similar hit-making songwriting teams of the era like Boyce & Hart, Mann & Weil, or Goffin & King, maybe because Feldman, Goldstein and Gottehrer sounds more like a law firm than anything else. But these guys made hits, including "Hang On Sloopy" by the McCoys, "You're So Good to Me" by Debra Swisher, and "My Boyfriend's Back" by the Angels, among others, and even managed a hit performed by themselves, the immortal "I Want Candy," which was attributed to the Strangeloves. Built off a Bo Diddley rhythm, "I Want Candy" follows the team's typical production approach, featuring a huge drum sound (more often than not provided by New York session vet Herb Lavelle), plenty of room sound and reverb, and an offbeat, kinetic, and joyous energy that made the trio's productions sound big, full, and driving coming out of radio car speakers and juke boxes. The three only worked together for around four years, but as this delightful collection shows, they obviously had fun and didn't take all of this too seriously, and since they weren't trying to write a song that might earn them a place in the American Songbook, the records they made had a kind of goofy, bouncing energy that still seems fresh and immediate nearly 50 years later. ~ Steve Leggett
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