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(A Dickie Goodman style cut-in record and its obscure flip side from
1964 that was pulled after Capitol Records got a Cease & Desist order).

Click on either image below to hear audio.

'Interview Of The Fab Four'

'I Feel So Fine'



Harv Moore writes:

'Interview of The Fab Four' was Bobby Poe's idea. He recalled the Buchanan & Goodman hits of the late 50's where they took excerpts of hit songs to tell a story. I met Bobby in the Spring of '64. He had a hit with The Chartbusters', 'She's The One'.

I had written a song called, 'Breaking Hearts To Him Is Just A Game',
co-written with Don "Pee Wee" Reese (Riis). Don was working with me at 'PGC at the time. I had found a couple of girls who called themselves, The
They were from Hyattsville, MD. We recorded a demo at the
station, and I took it to Bobby. He loved it. He placed it with Arlen
Records out of Philadelphia.

Bobby and I wrote the script to 'Interview', and we recorded it at Edgewood
Studios in DC. Ed Greene was the engineer. He went on to become the chief recording engineer for The Cowsills. The Chartbusters were in the studio at the same time, working on a followup to 'She's The One'. Bobby knew that I had written several songs, and he asked if I could write something really quick so that The Chartbusters could back me up.

I wrote 'I Feel So Fine' in about 20 minutes, and it sounds like it!
Bobby placed the record with World Artists Records out of NYC. They were
hot with Chad & Jeremy, and Reparata & The Delrons. They released it on
American Arts Records. 'Interview' was out about 2 weeks, and we got a "Cease & Desist" order from Brian Epstein.



Miscellaneous Audio
Harv Moore & Jack Fisher of WEAM from WXTR on: the Beatles - 1994
Bobby Poe from WXTR on: the 'Interview with The Fab Four' record - 1994

Harv Moore from WXTR on: his records - 1994

Harv Moore & Marv Brooks from WXTR on: obscure local records (inc. Harv's!) - 1994


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