Don & the Goodtimes were a Pacific Northwest group formed in 1965 by Don Gallucci (keyboards) and Bobby Holden (drums), veterans from the music group picture in Portland and the encompassing area. They lower information for Scepter Information’ Wand label as well as for the Jerden label, and got some local achievement with the second option. The group missed a national target audience, nevertheless, until Dick Clark selected them because the home music group on his 1967 ABC afternoon system Where the Actions Is. They produced the proceed to Los Angeles along with a agreement with Epic Information followed that 12 months, plus a solitary and an recording. Their debut solitary, “I POSSIBLY COULD Be SO EXCELLENT for you,” only surely got to quantity 56 nationally, though it do better in a number of key marketplaces, ascending to quantity 15 in LA and achieving the Best 40 in NY, indicating that its effect was much larger on both coasts than in the center of the united states. The group lasted for another 12 months, issuing three even more singles that didn’t perform nearly aswell. Holden and bassist-singer Ron “Hype” Overman stop in 1968, and Gallucci as well as the additional users, Jeff Hawks (business lead vocals) and Joey Newman (acoustic guitar), organized a fresh group called Contact, with Bruce Hauser (bass, vocals) and John Bordonaro (drums, vocals), a psychedelic music group that got one self-titled LP out in 1969 before splitting up.
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