Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Hung Jury


Another obscure group that put out a few great singles on Colgems was The Hung Jury. Again, I have no data on who they were, but they put out a great song like this one--why was it not a hit?

Listen and let me know what you think.

http://www.yousendit.com/transfer.php?action=download&ufid=B3EE283D4D576C3B

6 Comments:

Blogger WaltDatedWorld said...

Kind of reminds me of how the Robbs sound.

I had no idea that Hung Jury did "Let the Good Times In" before the Partridge Family in the pilot episode. Guess it makes sense since Colgems became Bell.

8:50 PM

 
Blogger Larry said...

I'll post that one at a later date. I like the Hung Jury version better, by the way.

5:38 AM

 
Blogger Dan said...

Any idea of the songwriter and/or producer on this track, Larry?

I like this one, has a hard, psychedelic-ish edge but a good beat (you can dance to. LOL).

8:04 AM

 
Blogger Larry said...

See above.

10:09 AM

 
Blogger Christopher Huston said...

I produced and engineered the record. It was done at Talentmasters Recording Studio, on 42nd Street, in Manhattan.

10:27 AM

 
Blogger Christopher Huston said...

I produced and engineered the record. It was done at Talentmasters Recording Studio, on 42nd Street, in Manhattan.

The songwriters for "Let the Good Times In" where Neil Sedaka and Carole Beyer Sager.

10:40 AM

 

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