Band photo picture sleeve
LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA
Drummer Bob Holden: "Hal Blaine played (drums) on some of our recordings too! He was a monster. On our biggest record, 'I Could Be So Good to You,' he and I both played. We had two drum sets going at the same time, side by side. The producer was Jack Nitzsche, who was a protégé of Phil Spector's, so it was that "wall of sound thing." On that session we had five guitar players, including Charlie [Coe], James Burton, Glen Campbell and Ry Cooder. Larry Knechtel and Don were playing keyboards. We had two keyboard players, five guitar players, two drummers, and then Hal and I overdubbed percussion afterwards".
RECORDING STUDIO: Columbia Studio A,
RECORDING ENGINEER: Jack Nitzsche,
SPEED: 45 rpm
Artist spelling on disc - DON AND THE GOODTIMES
[[HEAR IT HERE] "And It's......"
Known Label Deisgns:
1.) A - B promo disc. White label background. Black logo, numerals and lettering including RADIO STATION COPY. Large pink A from top to bottom of label encompassing spindle hole on "I Could Be So Good To You.".
2.) A - B retail disc. Yellow label background. Black logo, numerals and lettering.
"I Could Be So Good To You" Album Reissues:
1.) 1967 (?) Side 1, Track #6 on compilation lP TOP POPS #234 ) Armed Forces Radio & Television Service RPL 47 - 7
2.) 1978. Side On, Track #3 on compilation lp The History Of Northwest Rock Volume II (The Great Northwest Music Co. GNW 4008)
1.) ZSP - 117351 (etched wax); JZSP 117351 (label)
2..) ZSP 117351 (etched wax); ZSP 117351 (label)
A-SIDE STAMPER CODE:
A-SIDE COMPOSER: Nitzche - Dempsey
1.) Stoutworthy & Sons (BMI)
1.) ZSP - 117352 (etched wax); JZSP 117352 (label)
2.) ZSP - 117352 (etched wax); ZSP 117352 (label)
B-SIDE STAMPER CODE:
B-SIDE COMPOSER: Overman
1.) Burdette Music Co. & Shingle Music (BMI