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A Guide to The Goodies Books, Records, & Videos
Records - Print Email PDF 
Posted by lisa 27/03/2006

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The following is an abbreviated version of The Goodies Illustrated Guide website (http://www.thegoodies.info) which contains larger photos and additional details about these and other items.

 

GOODIES RECORDS (UK releases)

 

* All Things Bright And Beautiful / Winter Sportsman  (single)
Decca F13449. Copyright 1973. Released Oct 1973.
 

* The Goodies Sing Songs From The Goodies  (album)

Decca SKL 5175.  Released 1973.  Released Jan 1974.
Reissued as: The World of The Goodies  (Decca SPA 416)

 

Tracks on this album are: All Things Bright And Beautiful,  Ride My Pony, Stuff That Gibbon, Mummy I Don't Like My Meat, Show Me The Way, Goodies Theme, Sparrow Song, Taking You Back, Sunny Morning, Winter Sportsman, and Spacehopper.

 

This album contains rerecorded versions of songs which appeared in episodes of The Goodies with the exception of the first track, All Things Bright and Beautiful.  According to Bill Oddie, they’d planned instead to include a version of Land of Hope and Glory but ran into licensing problems for that song.

 

 

* Father Christmas Do Not Touch Me / The Inbetweenies  (single)

Bradley’s Records - BRAD 7241.  Copyright 1974. Released Oct. 1974.

 

This single was released twice.  Initally The Inbetweenies was the A-side and Father Christmas Do Not Touch Me the B-side.   A few months later the two sides were reversed; the Father Christmas A-side is the more commonly found version.



* The Funky Gibbon / Sick-Man Blues  (single)

Bradley’s Records – BRAD 7504.  Copyright 1975. Released Feb. 1975. 

 

The version of Funky Gibbon on this single is different from the album version.

 

* Goodies Theme / Stuff That Gibbon (single)

Decca F13578. Copyright 1973.  Released April 1975.

* The World of The Goodies (album)

Decca SPA 416.  Copyright 1973.Released May 1975.
A reissue of: The Goodies Sing Songs from The Goodies

Tracks on this album are: All Things Bright And Beautiful, Ride My Pony, Stuff That Gibbon, Mummy I Don't Like My Meat, Show Me The Way, Goodies Theme, Sparrow Song, Taking You Back, Sunny Morning, Winter Sportsman, and Spacehopper.

This album contains rerecorded versions of songs which appeared in episodes of The Goodies with the exception of the first track, All Things Bright and Beautiful. According to Bill Oddie, they’d planned instead to include a version of Land of Hope and Glory but ran into licensing problems for that song.

 

* Black Pudding Bertha / Panic  (single)

Bradley’s Records – BRAD 7517.  Copyright 1975. Released June 1975.

 

* Nappy Love / Wild Thing  (single)

Bradley’s Records – BRAD 7524.  Copyright 1975. Released September 1975.

 

* The New Goodies LP  (album)

(released on cassette as “The New Goodies Cassette” and on 8-track as “The New Goodies Cartridge”)*

Bradley's BRADL 1010.  Released October 1975.

Contains the songs: Goodies Theme, Please Let Us Play, Custard Pie, Cricklewood, Good Ole Country Music, Baby Samba, Rock With A Policeman, The Cricklewood Shakedown, Nappy Love, I'm A Teapot, Working The Line,  The Funky Gibbon, and Wild Thing.
Many of the songs from this album were used in the episode The Goodies – Almost Live. A different version of Working the Line appears in the episode Bunfight at the OK Tearooms.
 
* Make A Daft Noise For Christmas / The Last Chance Dance
Bradley’s Records – BRAD 7533. Copyright 1975.  Released November 1975.

 

* The Goodies Greatest (album)

Bradley's BRADL 1012.   Released November 1976.  

Contains the songs: Goodies Theme, Funky Gibbon, The Inbetweenies, Nappy Love, Last Chance Dance, Father Christmas Do Not Touch Me, Black Pudding Bertha, Bounce, Panic, Make A Daft Noise For Christmas, Charles Aznovoice, and Wild Thing.  (album)

Mostly contains songs from The New Goodies LP along with a few additions (including Bounce, a version of which was used in the episode The Goodies Rule – OK?).

 

 
* Nothing To Do With Us

Island ILPS 9452. Released November 1976.

Contains the songs: The Policemans Opera, Cactus in My Y-Fronts, Elizabeth Rules – UK!, Blowing Off, I Wish I Could Get High, Synthesizer Man, She Wouldn't Understand, and I Wish I Had Something To Say.

The Goodies move to Island Records also marks a change of style. The Policemans Opera is a mini rock opera (described on the album’s back cover as “A major Work in four movements – with a few bits in between”). Several of the songs also contain more adult themes than in the Goodies’ previous work.

A version of Cactus in my Y- Fronts turns up in the episode The Goodies – Almost Live.

* Elizabeth Rules UK / Blowing Off  (single)

Island Records – WIP 6360.  Copyright 1976. Released Dec. 1976.

* The Goodies Greatest Hits  (album)

 

E.M.I./Note NTS 233. Released October 1981.

* M*I*C*K*E*Y M*O*U*S*E / Funky Farm  (single with picture sleeve)

 EMI 2784. Copyright 1978.  Released May 1978.

* The Goodies Beastly Record  (album)

Columbia SCX 6596. Released1978.

* A Man’s Best Friend Is His Duck / Taking My Oyster For Walkies / Rastashanty  (7” EP with picture sleeve)

Columbia DB 9053. Copyright 1978.  Released October 1978.

* Yum Yum! The Very Best of The Goodies  (CD)

Music Club MCCD 294. Released May 1997.

Contains the songs: The Goodies’ Theme, Funky Gibbon, The Inbetweenies, Please Let Us Play, Custard Pie, Black Pudding Bertha, Cricklewood, Good Ole Country Music, Nappy Love, Baby Samba, Wild Thing, Rock With A Policeman, The Cricklewood Shakedown, Panic, I’m A Teapot, Working The Line, Sick Man Blues, The Last Chance Dance, Father Christmas Do Not Touch Me, and Make A Daft Noise For Christmas.

* Funky Gibbon - The Best of The Goodies  (CD)

Castle Pie PIESD 243. Released 23 October 2000.
 
Contains the songs: The Goodies Theme, Funky Gibbon, The Inbetweenies, Please Let Us Play, Black Pudding Bertha, Cricklewood, Good Ole Country Music, Nappy Love, Wild Thing, Rock With A Policeman, Panic, I’m A Teapot, Sick Man Blues, The Last Chance Dance, Father Christmas Do Not Touch Me, and Make A Daft Noise For Christmas.
This is a budget version of the Yum Yum CD, containing 16 of the 20 songs from the earlier release. This collection does not have the liner notes written by Bill Oddie.
 



Comments
'Nothing To Do With Us1!!' One of my favourite albums ever, The Policeman's Opera is a work of Genious!!

Les.
Posted by:Les

Les
  

date: 01/08/2008 16:09 GMT
i did buy the goodies file, and book of criminal records when in uk in 1976, plus two of their albums,
i still have the albums, not sure about the books though.
Posted by:Skyline59

Skyline59
  

date: 27/02/2009 10:44 GMT
I have as a personal goal to collect every Goodies record. Bill is just too awesome.
Posted by:SirQuacky

SirQuacky
  

date: 19/02/2012 16:15 GMT
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