Epic 9673 (single, 1964) Pretty Girls and Rolling Stones (Boettcher / Neilson) Shenandoah (trad. arr.) Curt sang and played guitar on both songs.
Valiant 724 (single, 1965) Hanukkah
POT-12 (EP, ?) I’m a Hog for You [The Kaleidoscope] (Jerry Lieber / Mike Stoller) The Alchemysts [Blind Side] Little Orphan Annie [The Kaleidoscope] (David Lindley / Solomon Feldthouse / Maxwell Buda / Chris Darrow / John Vidican) White Heaven [Silver Current]
Imperial 66260 (single, 1967) Back on the Street Again (Hammond / English) I Just Want to Be Your Friend (Boettcher) No Boettcher involvement; the B-side is a cover, and the A-side is erroneously credited to him.
Columbia 4-44553 (single, 1968) Don’t Take It So Hard (Lindsay) Observation From Flight 285 (Lindsay) Joey Stec & Michael Fennelly sang backup on “Don’t Take It So Hard.”
1969—Sessions with The Clingers: Better known as The Clinger Sisters (Peggy, Patsy, Debra and Leesa Clinger), the group cut an infamous pre-punk cover of the Easybeats’ “Good Times” (listed as “Gonna Have a Good Time”) produced by Kim Fowley and Michael Lloyd. Lee Mallory knew the girls from their performances at local L.A. clubs & [...]
MGM SE 4714 (LP, 1970) 10 X 10 (Garman / McDonald) Like We Were Before (Rooney Jr. / Covington) Eat Fruit (Garman / McDonald) Whenever I Think of You (Rooney Jr. / Blanchard) Banana High Noon (Garman / Rooney Jr.) I’m Not Home (Rooney Jr. / Sardo) Wife (Rooney Jr.) Sugar Lady (Garman / Rooney [...]
1971—Sessions for a solo project: Good Old Rock & Roll Song “Walk a Mile,” “Go Rocket Go” and “We May Make It” are also from this session.
1972—Sessions for a solo project: My Best for You Too Close to Me
1973—Sessions for Chicken Little Was Right: Angel City Forest Ranger’s Song Out of the Dark of the Night Rainbow Sunrise Mango “Louise,” “Rest in Peace” and “Lament of the Astral Cowboy” are also from these sessions. 1973—Sessions with Netkin-Burrell: Flip, Flap, Flop
RCA JH-10363 (single, 1976) Why Do Fools Fall in Love [stereo](Levy) Why Do Fools Fall in Love [mono](Levy)
1977—Sessions for a solo project: Hear Me Callin’ 1977—Sessions with Bill House: We’re Dying 1977—Sessions with Bruce Johnston and Tranquility: Terry Shaddick’s band cut two records on Epic in the early part of the decade: Tranquility (Epic EPC 64729) in 1972 and Silver (Epic EPC 31989) 1973. In late 1977, Tranquility recorded an untitled album [...]
1978—Sessions with Bruce Johnston: Let’s Visit Heaven Tonight (Bruce Johnston) If There Was Time
December 1979—Sessions with Fox: Rock & Roll Star Pleasure Feel It
1980—Sessions for a solo project: Bandits James Jeans Party People Show Me, Do Me 1980-81—Sessions with The Association: While the learned Boettcher fan is aware of his production of “Walk Away Reneé” for 1983′s Rock & Roll City, he actually reunited with The Association in 1980 and produced a handful of tracks. Two sources indicate [...]
Boardwalk BNB1-33242 (LP, 1981) Looking Back With Love (Studer / Thomas / Parker) On and On and On (Anderson / Ulvaeus) Runnin’ Around the World (Haymer / Aaronson) Over and Over (Byrd) Rockin’ the Man in the Boat (Studer / Arnold / Brady) Calendar Girl (Sedaka / Greenfield) Be My Baby (Greenwich / Barry / [...]
ca. 1981-82—Sessions with Interface: Give It Time Oh, Those Girls 1982—Sessions with Finyl Vinyl: Tell Me, Say It Hold Unzip My Love
Martian 1716 (LP, 1983) Da Doo Ron Ron (Barry / Spector / Greenwich) Connection (Mudd) All the Way (Newby) Yes, I Wanna Dance Tonight (Mudd) Why Not Get Serious (Mudd / Sprindys) Curt produced the entire record and co-arranged “Da Doo Ron Ron.”
by Pete Johnson April 25, 1967 A dull concert at UCLA was perked up Saturday night by the debut of a new local group, the Ballroom, which appeared after seemingly endless musically antique antics by the Lively Set and Tim Morgon. The Lively Set is a gleamy-toothed hoot group whose jokes and routines date back [...]
?—Sessions with Jerry Yester: Brooklyn Girl Sunday Ponies “Brooklyn Girl appeared on Yester’s Just Like the Big Time… Only Smaller album.
Elektra EKM-45687 (single, 1971) Go Back (Fennelly) Try (Fennelly)
ABC S 610 (stereo); ABC 610 (mono) (LP, 1967) Fallout (CD reissue, 2007) Paisley Dreams (Roe) Plastic World (Roe) Melancholy World (Roe) Visions (Roe) Mystic Magic (Roe) Little Miss Sunshine (Roe) These are the Children (Salisbury) Goodbye Yesterday (Salisbury) The Executive (Roe / Bowie) The You I Need (Roe) It’s Gonna Hurt Me (Roe) Sandy [...]