|A||Were Gonna Have A Good Time
Written-By – E. Guzman*, G. Bridges*, M. Olson*, P. Rivera*, R. Monette*, T. Baird*
|B||Would You Like To Come Along
Written-By – M. Olson*, P. Rivera*, R. Monette*
|R 5052F||Rare Earth||We're Gonna Have A Good Time (7", Single)||Rare Earth||R 5052F||Canada||1972|
|1C 006-94 133||Rare Earth||Were Gonna Have A Good Time (7", Single)||Rare Earth||1C 006-94 133||Germany||1972|
|73802||Rare Earth||Were Gonna Have A Good Time (7", Single)||Tamla Motown||73802||Turkey||1973|
|R 5052F||Rare Earth||Were Gonna Have A Good Time (7", Mono, Promo)||Rare Earth||R 5052F||US||1972|
|RSL-NP 63113, RSL NP 63113||Rare Earth||We're Gonna Have A Good Time / Would You Like To Come Along (7", Single)||Rare Earth, Rare Earth||RSL-NP 63113, RSL NP 63113||Italy||1973|
To have a good, good time (yeah) Gonna have a good, good time (yeah). Yeah, we're gonna have a good time Just thought you ought to know Well, it's up to everybody to let everybody know, hey People coming closer, just bring a friend or two 'Cause helping making 'em happy makes a difference to you. 'Cause the laughter, of the people Keeps them smiling, feeling good We're moving with the music While they're getting in the mood. To have a good, good time (yeah) They're gonna have a good, good time (yeah) Oh yeah yeah yeah
Rare Earth was the opening act at California Jam festival in Ontario, California on April 6, 1974. The festival attracted over 250,000 people, and the band appeared alongside 1970s rock groups Black Sabbath; Emerson, Lake & Palmer; Deep Purple; Earth, Wind & Fire; Seals and Crofts; Black Oak Arkansas and the Eagles. Portions of the show were broadcast on ABC Television in the . exposing the band to a wider audience. This time, Monette and Olson agreed to join in and the results were Band Together and Grand Slam, both released in 1978 and featuring more of a late 1970s disco sound, with the former providing the Bee Gees-penned hit "Warm Ride", which peaked at Other than the one solitary hit, neither album was a big seller and the band soon found themselves without a home. "We're Gonna Have a Good Time".
Were Gonna Have A Good Time. However, like so many compilations of "Greatest Songs" I think this one could have been better, but, like food, your tastes may easily differ
Album, 1972, Motown Records. 2. Every Now and Then We Get to Go on Down to Miami. 3. Think of the Children. 6. Would You Like to Come Along. 7. We're Gonna Have a Good Time. 8. I Couldn't Believe What Happened Last Night. EP, 1972, Motown Records.
AWere Gonna Have A Good Time 3:21 BWould You Like Me To Come Along2:50. Producer – Rare Earth Producer, Arranged By – Tom Baird. Rare EarthWPreormeoG) onna Have A Good Time (7", Rare Earth.
To listeners of a certain age, "We're Gonna Have a Real Good Time Together" is more familiar from Patti Smith's early live performances, when it so appropriately opened her set, than from the Velvet Underground's own repertoire. Indeed, when Lou Reed reclaimed it for himself in 1978, for inclusion on his Street Hassle solo album, several onlookers made the mistake of describing it as his own cover of a Smith original, so firmly did Smith stamp her own identity on the number.