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That Bloody Red Baron was in a fix He'd tried everything, but he'd run out of tricks Snoopy fired once, and he fired twice And that Bloody Red Baron went spinning out of sight. Ten, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty or more The Bloody Red Baron was rollin' up the score Eighty men died tryin' to end that spree Of the Bloody Red Baron of Germany. Well, ten, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty or more The Bloody Red Baron was rollin' up the score Eighty men died tryin' to end that spree Of the Bloody Red Baron of Germany.
Snoopy vs. the Red Baron" is a novelty song written by Phil Gernhard and Dick Holler and recorded in 1966 by the Florida-based pop group The Royal Guardsmen. The song was recorded at the Charles Fuller Productions studio in Tampa, Florida, and was released as a single on Laurie Records
Michael from Cincinnati, OhOn the album Snoopy vs. The Red Baron, each of the three Red Baron songs (I don't consider "Snoopy for President" to be part of the group) was preceded by a "Story o. .piece - a dialog meant to tell the background of the story (ie what lead up to the events where the song starts). Although these story tracks are rarely heard on the radio, Collectibles Records released the original album on CD paired with Snoopy and his Friends. not really the other ones though.
Album: Snoopy and His Friends the Royal Guardsmen, 1967. Royal Guardsmen - Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron bubblegum 1960s. The Red Baron. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron (LP, Album). The Red Baron (8-Trk, Album). This song is by The Royal Guardsmen and appears on the album Snoopy vs. the Red Baron (1966) and on the album Snoopy and His Friends (1967). Achtung! Jetzt wir singen zusammen die Geschichteuber dem schweinkomischen Hund und dem lieben Red Baron! After the turn of the centuryIn the clear blue skies over GermanyCame a roar and a thunder men had never heardLike the screamin' sound of a big war bird.
This is one weird and great rocking album - as solid as any long-player released by the Kingsmen, the Five Americans, or any other top garage band of the period. It opens with the all-too-ubiquitous title tune, a number two hit and a million-seller, and the latter is interspersed with goofy rock novelty numbers such as "Peanut Butter" and "Alley Oop," and the dance-rock standard "The Jolly Green Giant. And then come their crunchy covers of Bo Diddley's self-titled anthem and "Road Runner. And they work in one original, "Sweetmeats Slide," which is more of a goofy pop-novelty tune than anything else here, and really a throwaway - it fits in less well with the rest of this album than anything else here, and is the capper for the sheer strangeness on this record.
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|A||Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron
Written-By – Holler*, Gernhard*
|B||I Needed You
Written-By – B. Winlow*, C. Nunley*
- Record Company – Laurie Records Inc.
- Published By – Fuller Music Publishing Co.
- Published By – Sanphil Music
- Published By – Roznique Music
- Co-producer [With] – Charles Fuller , John Brumage
- Producer [Produced By] – Phil Gernhard
NotesLabel variant, see layout
A: Fuller Music
Sanphil Mus. (BMI)
Laurie Records Inc., New York
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): TK4M-5597
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): TK4M-5598
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side A, Stamped): TK4M-5597--LE X
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side B, Stamped ): TK4M-5598--1D
- Rights Society: BMI
|LR 3366||The Royal Guardsmen||Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron (7", Single)||Laurie Records||LR 3366||US||1966|
|3366||The Royal Guardsmen||Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron (7", Single)||Laurie Records||3366||US||1966|
|SS 574||The Royal Guardsmen||Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron (7", Single)||Stateside||SS 574||Norway||1966|
|G 766||Los Royal Guardsmen*||Snoopy Vs El Baron Rojo (7")||Gamma||G 766||Mexico||1967|
|LR-3366||The Royal Guardsmen||Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron (7", Single)||Laurie Records||LR-3366||US||1966|
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