Home / Biography / Crazy Elephant

Crazy Elephant


Crazy Elephant was among the seemingly unlimited aliases utilized by the Kasenetz-Katz production duo to advertise their bubblegum hits from the past due 1960s. Primarily a car for program vocalist Robert Spencer — previously known for his efficiency using the Cadillacs’ post “Speedo” — Crazy Elephant was the name appended towards the Kasenetz-Katz creation of the track “Gimme Gimme Great Lovin'”; following the grasp was declined by Buddah Information, the Super K Productions duo’s main outlet, they rather shopped the monitor towards the Bell label, for whom it dropped just shy from the U.S. TOP in 1969. Regardless of the single’s achievement, nevertheless, Crazy Elephant didn’t reach the graphs again, instead getting yet another compatible cog within the Kasenetz-Katz strike machine.

Quick Facts

Full Name Crazy Elephant
Music Songs Gimme Gimme Good Lovin', Sunshine, Red Wine, Dark Part of My Mind, There Ain't No Umbopo, Space Buggy, There's a Better Day a'Comin', Gimme Some More, Love Strike, Hertie Gertie, Come to the Farm, Try This When You're Ready, Respect Revisited, In a Castle, Hips and Flips, Higher and Higher, Splif DNA Spih, Landrover, Pam, Respect, Somewhere, My Baby
Albums Crazy Elephant

Check Also

David Thomas

The longtime frontman from the seminal art-punk band Pere Ubu, David Thomas was created June …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Crazy Elephant tags

Crazy Elephant tags