Dickie Goodman had a long string of novelty hit songs and dumb ditties from the late 1950s-late 1970s starting "The Flying Saucer Parts 1 & 2" (1956, as Buchanan and Goodman). His numerous other hits also included "Ben Crazy" (1962), "Batman And His Grandmother" (1966), and "Mr. Jaws" (1975).
Bill Buchanan and Dickie Goodman are best remembered for their creation of the "break in" record format that consists of snippets of popular tunes spliced together and interspersed with dialog in the form of, e.g., a radio show or an interview.
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- Batman & His Grandmother 1966
- Ben Crazy 1962
(This song also became a hit for Mickey Shorr & the Cutups (1962).)
- Berlin Top Ten 1961
- Energy Crisis '74 1974
- Luna Trip 1969
- Mr. Jaws 1975
- On Campus 1969
- The Purple People Eater 1973
- Santa & The Touchables 1961
- Senate Hearing 1963
- The Touchables 1961
- Watergrate 1973
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