Sky (20) ‎– Goodie Two Shoes

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RCA ‎– 74-0419
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Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Promo
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A Goodie Two Shoes
Written-By – Fieger*
2:51
B Make It In Time
Written-By – Fieger*, Coury*
4:13

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
74-0419 Sky (20) Goodie Two Shoes(7") RCA 74-0419 Germany 1970 Sell This Version
RCA 2070 U.S. Sky* Goodie Two Shoes(7") RCA Victor RCA 2070 UK 1971 Sell This Version
74-0419 Sky (20) Goodie Two Shoes(7", Single) RCA 74-0419 Canada 1970 Sell This Version
74-0419 Sky (20) Goodie Two Shoes(7", Single) RCA Victor 74-0419 New Zealand 1971 Sell This Version
74-0419 Sky (20) Goodie Two Shoes / Make It In Time(7", Single) RCA 74-0419 US 1970 Sell This Version

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April 11, 2016
Sky was an American rock power trio active in the early 1970s,
based out of Detroit, Michigan. It released two albums with
RCA before breaking up in 1973. It's mostly known today as an early point
in musician Doug Fieger's career, later the frontman of The Knack.
The group started out as their members finished high school in the Detroit, Michigan area.
It consisted of Doug Fieger (vocalist and bassist),
John Coury (guitarist, keyboardist, and vocalist),
Rob Stawinski (drummer and vocalist).
Sky gained a local following after serving as an opening act for popular groups
such as Jethro Tull, The Who, Joe Cocker, Bob Seger, and The Stooges.
It also played with Traffic numerous times. The group put out two albums on RCA,
1970's Don't Hold Back and 1970's Sailor's Delight (both produced in England
by the Rolling Stones' producer, Jimmy Miller).
A-side Composed by Doug Fieger. Flip John Coury-Doug Fieger
Both sides Prod by Gary Wright, Andrew Johns and Jimmy Miller