The Groovie Goolies were a cartoon series that originally appeared on CBS television First Annual Semi-Formal Combination Celebration Meet-The Monster plenty of Groovie Goolie tunes that didn't make the album (e.g 'Chick-a -Boom'. Sabrina and the Groovie Goolies was both an off-shoot of the Archies, and a cartoon Wolfie and Drac played, especially the novelty classic "Chick-A-Boom ( Don't Ya Don't know if it was only show certain places, or if the people I meet just. A description of tropes appearing in Sabrina and The Groovie Goolies. It bore a hit single in , "Chick-A-Boom (Don't Ya Jes' Love It)" by Daddy Crossover: In the aptly named Daffy Duck and Porky Pig Meet the Groovie Goolies.
For any self-respecting member of Generation X who grew up watching this on Saturday mornings with a bowl of, well, whatever their favorite cereal was, will have a flood of great memories come back to them.
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Sign in to vote. Don't know if it was only show certain places, or if the people I meet just didn't watch it.GROOVIE GOOLIES MUSIC VIDEO - CHIC-A-BOOM - DANCING WOLFMAN
Whatever the case, I so wish I could find copies of it. Frankie and Wolfie, oh, I just loved them all!!!! I find myself sometimes singing some of the songs Chickaboom and actually picturing the silly characters. Living in Northern Texas and everyone looks at me like I'm a nut when I talk about the show. Cartoon Network, hear my calls and find this wonderful show and put it on!!
Adventures of A Teen Witch hillari 8 May Sabrina was part of "The Archies" universe, and her popular comic book spawned this Saturday morning cartoon. Sabrina lived in a creepy house with her two aunts, who were also witches. She was also surrounded by friendly monsters a werewolf, a vampire, etc.
That characteristics was certainly lost on my ten year old sensibilities, as was the out-of-place laugh track.
As was then standard operating procedure for Saturday morning cartoons, each episode included one of two musical numbers which were eventually compiled into the "Groovie Goolies" LP.
Unlike some of their competitors, Filmation Associates the company behind the Groovie Goolies venturewas smart enough to incorporate the potential for a live, touring Groovie Goolies contingent pictured on the album cover.
Released inthe album was produced by the late Richard Delvy best known for his work as The Bel-Airs drummerwith Norm Prescott credited as executive producer. Wikipedia credits Tom McKenzie who had worked on The Archies and The Doodletown Pipers as handling most of the vocals, but if he did, his name doesn't appear on the album liner notes. Musically these songs were a mixture of prime bubblegum pop and equally catchy numbers that were written specifically for the cartoon episodes.
Buoyed by insidiously catchy melodies and lightweight, harmless lyrics, it was perfect for young kids who had access to their parent's disposable income.
Groovie Goolies - Wikipedia
Not meant as a criticism, but to be honest, much of it sounded interchangeable with material out of The Archies catalog. Thanks to YouTube you can also see the original animated video clips for most of these songs: A little more mechanical in terms of writing and performance, but still quite catchy. Always loved the electric sitar sound on the tune. Yes, it was amazingly simplistic, but 'We Go So Good Together' had one of those melodies and hooks that you simply could not shake, making it one of the album's standout performances.