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JAN & DEAN => DON'T YOU JUST KNOW IT => Topic started by: BlackSea on February 17, 2014, 05:03:53 PM

Title: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: BlackSea on February 17, 2014, 05:03:53 PM
If anyone's interested there is an interview with Arnie Ginsburg on line April /  May
1979  - Time Barrier Express - Stuart Hershey. Just google Arnie Ginsberg Stuart Hershey and the article will come up. This is the full telephone interview. There are portions of the interview in the Stephen McParland Book but this is the full version. Appears to be a humble sort of guy and gives an explanation of why he didnt want to be involved in the movie.  He doesn't appear to be bitter and doesn't appear to be phased at all by the success Jan and Dean had following his departure. I like all the Jan and Dean catalogue but my favourite periods are the Arwin Jan and Arnie recordings and the Dore Jan and Dean recordings. Have a read even if your a strictly J&D fan.
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: Mark A. Moore on February 17, 2014, 07:17:01 PM
I've always loved that interview . . . pretty much lays it bare.

Yeah, Dean and Arnie attended USC at the same time, in the design and architecture program . . . all through J&D's success. Arnie didn't miss it a bit.

Jan, Arnie, and Dean attended the 1980 reunion of The Barons at Jan's house . . . even though Dean was never actually a member of the Hi-Y school club. Jan named his singing group after the school club, but they were not the same thing.
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: Surfin Again on February 17, 2014, 08:31:20 PM
Reunion Pix

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Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: maryw7 on February 17, 2014, 08:54:25 PM
 :)   ....Nice Surfin Again!!
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: Surfin Again on February 17, 2014, 09:29:03 PM
:)   ....Nice Surfin Again!!
Thanks

Still everything in my vaults   :)
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: BlackSea on February 17, 2014, 09:39:42 PM
Is Don Atfeld in the group photo?
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: Mark A. Moore on February 17, 2014, 09:49:13 PM

Gotta love the picture of actor James Brolin (Jim Bruderlin) . . . The controversial and hugely successful film The Amityville Horror had just been released the previous July (1979) with Brolin in the starring role of George Lutz.
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: Mark A. Moore on February 17, 2014, 09:50:35 PM
Is Don Atfeld in the group photo?

Don Altfeld is not in the group photo.
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: Mark A. Moore on February 17, 2014, 09:58:08 PM

People who are in the Hi-Y school group Barons photo include Jan Berry, Jim Bruderlin (actor James Brolin), Arnie Ginsburg, Wally Yagi, John Seligman, Barry Keenan, and Joe Amsler (the latter two of Frank Sinatra Jr. kidnapping fame).
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: BlackSea on February 17, 2014, 10:37:30 PM
I think the bloke in one of the color photos, white shirt next to the photo of the bloke skulling the bottle may be a tv actor. I think he had his own tv show something called Eieshied.


Nope, just looked it up not the same bloke.
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: BlackSea on February 18, 2014, 09:38:50 AM
Had a look at eBay Jan and Arnie vinyl 78rpm - $295.
I keep checking eBay for The Rituals - Guitaro/Girl from Zanzibar 45.
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: BlackSea on February 18, 2014, 06:23:35 PM
Hey just been browsing on the net for more Arnie info. Last place I'd go to would be Wikipedia but wound up on the Jan and Dean page. It's pretty good for Wikipedia page, there's even a patent number for some of the things he's designed.
I think I know why the people think Arnies on the Alan Hunt songs, they're on the page. Lol .
Bit unusual it looks like it gets updated regularly. Got no idea how Wikipedia works but whoever updates it has listed pretty much all the surf drag writers as references. People probably read the last section and probably think everything's ok on this page.
Sorry Mark but whom Evers responsible for the page has listed your name to and just about everyone else. Not holding you responsible now.LOL
A lot of the guys in the barons I've noticed have moved onto bigger and better things don't know all the names but just looking on the net they're all career minded people. Can't recall but read somewhere that Keenan after being released from prison made it, that is financially.
I'm beginning to sound like a crazed Fan Boy. LOL
Until next time get yourself some Ginsburg furniture.
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: BlackSea on February 19, 2014, 04:05:58 AM
Hey Salzburg Surfin Scene looks like your the guilty party, the pop op on the Wikipedia entry leads back to this site with your entry on Arnie. Update it dude wack in guitarro  / girl from zanzibar - the rituals.
Lol
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: Admin on February 19, 2014, 08:42:27 AM

Wikipedia is pretty much a lost cause. It can be changed at any time by any hack who wants to change it. So the info is not always reliable.
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: BlackSea on February 25, 2014, 10:38:50 PM
A Jan & Don Altfeld composition Cherish My Love recorded by Jan and Arnie, no known copy to exist was recorded by a doo wop group the Glens in 1960 released on the Laitini label and then again on the Sudden lable in 1961. Single b/w a little less talk. Dont know how they came accross the songbut the group have a long history with various name changes and personal. As The Individuals (previous group name for the glens) they backed jan and arnie vocally on stage a couple of years earlier. If you wannahave a listen to the glens version its on youtube, for all the serious record collectors. lol.
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: Mark A. Moore on February 25, 2014, 11:15:01 PM
A Jan & Don Altfeld composition Cherish My Love recorded by Jan and Arnie, no known copy to exist was recorded by a doo wop group the Glens in 1960 released on the Laitini label and then again on the Sudden lable in 1961. Single b/w a little less talk. Dont know how they came accross the songbut the group have a long history with various name changes and personal. As The Individuals (previous group name for the glens) they backed jan and arnie vocally on stage a couple of years earlier. If you wannahave a listen to the glens version its on youtube, for all the serious record collectors. lol.

Yeah, the Laitini disc misidentified the publisher as "Dayton" . . . It should be Daywin.
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: BlackSea on February 28, 2014, 04:22:28 AM
Here's a photo of Link Ray and the Raymen backing Jan And Arnie Hershey Park Pa 1958.
Photo of the Glens who recorded Cherish My Love.

In regards to my previous post the Individuals actually backed Jan And Dean on Stage in 1959 other person on the bill was Rick Nelson.
Both the Glens and the Individuals are off shoots or linked to vocal band the Feathers as I stated before numerous changes in Personal and names.
see attached
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: BlackSea on February 28, 2014, 04:08:11 PM
Does anyone know if Arnies, Rituals single Girl In Zanzibar / Guitarro was released for the public. All the images of the 45 I've seen have got "Promotion Copy" on the label. Arnie stated "It really didn't get out" in one of his interviews. Last time it was up for sale on eBay was 2010. I've checked a some of the Bruce Johnston rarities  CDs but these only have the Kim Fowley produced Rituals sides. Anyone know of any web sights with a download or purchase.
Until next time get yourself an Arnie Ginburg batting cage.
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: maryw7 on February 28, 2014, 07:31:50 PM
Absolutely NO offense, but!

YAWN

jan n arnie ...not my favorite

And all these disc details ....double yawn!
It's just me, but for lack of any knowledge here, ...guess I will try my best to be entertaining as Mr Moore credited me

i will hop, skip to another thread er two
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: BlackSea on February 28, 2014, 07:54:20 PM
Ha ha ha lol. Yep talkin about record labels and release dates and other third party links can be boring. But remember Jan and Arnie started the ball rolling. They're great songs and lets acknowledge Jan And Arnie and Joe Lubin's efforts here. They stand up to any other Doo wop recordings of the time. Both there voices work really well off each other. Classic recordings. Just listen to the KJAN recordings fun times and entertaining. Jan and Arnie the originals made it happen out of a garage. There's enough here for an Lp.  If you wanna move on to a more interesting thread try the Turn, Turn, Turn thread Ha ha ha lol.
Until next time remember if it ain't got Jan Arnie & Dean on it. It don't count.
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: maryw7 on February 28, 2014, 08:06:33 PM
Yeah ...ya got me there, I will say.  That Turn, Turn, Turn was a failure of a thread

But I didn't even realize that fantastic song was written by that artist who had recently passed on.  I LOVED Jan and Dean's version, and had even made that You Tube using it!
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: jdman on February 28, 2014, 09:29:12 PM
I like that video Turn Turn Turn. Jan & Dean did a great cover and Mary did a great video.
But I certainly agree with Blacksea- Jan & Arnie were the real meat of the garage sound. The six song EP is a great listen when I'm in the mood for the rockin garage 50's sound. Those 6 songs were all co-written by Jan Berry. All those Hollywood High super stars did great, but Jan was the first! Jan & Arnie hit before Phil Spector, Bruce Johnston, the Beach Boys, Kim Fowler, etc. Not bad.
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: 1WALLY1 on March 01, 2014, 04:07:22 AM
BlackSea the Turn, Turn, Turn thread was this anything like your Nash The Slash thread zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: BlackSea on March 01, 2014, 04:22:42 AM
Lol dude. Nothing like it at all, kinda reminded me of the Frosty The Snowman thread, Jan and Dean for beginners. ha ha ha lol.
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: maryw7 on March 02, 2014, 10:30:50 AM
I like that video Turn Turn Turn. Jan & Dean did a great cover and Mary did a great video.
But I certainly agree with Blacksea- Jan & Arnie were the real meat of the garage sound. The six song EP is a great listen when I'm in the mood for the rockin garage 50's sound. Those 6 songs were all co-written by Jan Berry. All those Hollywood High super stars did great, but Jan was the first! Jan & Arnie hit before Phil Spector, Bruce Johnston, the Beach Boys, Kim Fowler, etc. Not bad.
Thank you, JDman ... the thread i created the other day, though .... zzzzzzzzz

and its quite funny:  "Jan and Dean for beginners!! "   haa haaa  :), Black Sea

Back to JD's words ...Jan & Arnie were the real meat of the garage sound ...why so "Jan and Arnie"?  Though they may have the most writing credit for Jenny Lee and the other songs (and Jan & Arnie continued to work together in the garage after Jenny Lee ...let's not forget Dean and some of the other guys did ALOT of the work in the beginning in the garage TOO!  PLUS ... in my opinion ...Jan and Dean's version of "Jennie Lee" is ever so much better and i LOVE it alot which came out on their Golden Hits album.  Oh!, but Dean put Jenny Lee (J&A) on "Anthology", right?


Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: BlackSea on March 02, 2014, 11:03:36 AM
The zzzzzz I think 1wally1 was referring to my Nash the Slash entry. J & D for beginners that was aimed at Wallys Frosty the snowman thread, I think he was stating the obvious there everyone knows it didn't chart.
I don't wanna be one of the guys that gets on Deans case here but I don't think he had too much to do with the garage sessions. The credit here has to go to Jan and Arnie and Don Altfeld for those sessions. I'm not saying Dean wasn't around early on but as far as the recordings go I doubt that he was on anything with the possible exception of There in the Night.  He was obviously friends with Dean but he was tight with Arnie at that time and Don was his right hand man. And obviously Joe Lubin for his production efforts.
I don't even think the names credited,  as being involved  in the There in the Night
 Recording are accurate either. There's just not that many voices that can be heard on the song.
In regards to my Nash the Slash entry I just wanted to point out that a Jan and Dean song made the charts in the 80s.
Until next time Jan & Dean and Arnie for the rock and roll hall of fame.

Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: jdman on March 03, 2014, 04:34:51 AM
I like that video Turn Turn Turn. Jan & Dean did a great cover and Mary did a great video.
But I certainly agree with Blacksea- Jan & Arnie were the real meat of the garage sound. The six song EP is a great listen when I'm in the mood for the rockin garage 50's sound. Those 6 songs were all co-written by Jan Berry. All those Hollywood High super stars did great, but Jan was the first! Jan & Arnie hit before Phil Spector, Bruce Johnston, the Beach Boys, Kim Fowler, etc. Not bad.
Oh!, but Dean put Jenny Lee (J&A) on "Anthology", right?
Dean did put the original Jennie Lee on Anthology. That was a good move and I'm thankful for that.
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: Mark A. Moore on March 03, 2014, 07:02:19 PM
I don't wanna be one of the guys that gets on Deans case here but I don't think he had too much to do with the garage sessions. The credit here has to go to Jan and Arnie and Don Altfeld for those sessions.

Certainly not for Jan & Arnie; but Jan also did the earliest Jan & Dean stuff in his garage studio. The best example of the R&B transition from Jan & Arnie to Jan & Dean is "Jeanette, Get Your Hair Done." It's raw, like the Arwin sides.

Jan spliced "Baby Talk" together in his garage; and is was augmented by professional session players. A more mellow sound.
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: BlackSea on March 05, 2014, 04:54:26 AM
Yeah I like the rough sound on the Jan and Arnie 45s.
I've managed to track down a copy of Arnies Rituals 45 Girl In Zanzibar/Guitarro. Cost me an arm and leg but I've finally got it.
I'll post it up on YouTube when it comes thru in the next couple of weeks so anyone who's interested can listen and download.
Until next time.
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: jdman on March 05, 2014, 05:44:46 AM
Please do that BlackSea. I'd love to hear it. I agree. Jan & Arnie had a great raw sound! I think Jan & Dean captured that with Clementine and Jeanette.
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: 1WALLY1 on March 31, 2014, 09:07:26 PM
Have you got a hold of the single yet.
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: BlackSea on April 01, 2014, 02:28:04 AM
Dude I got it about a week ago haven't had a chance to put it on cd and YouTube. I'll get it done in a week.
Singles got a bit of Martin Denny exotica not your typical Jan and Arnie song but sounds good.
My copies a not for sale promotional copy also.
Until next time
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: BlackSea on April 08, 2014, 06:13:37 AM
I've uploaded The Rituals single on youtube. Just punch in The Rituals Girl In Zanzibar.
Until next time
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: jdman on April 08, 2014, 11:54:24 AM
Great upload BlackSea! Thank you.

I'm looking for something else on YouTube, Maybe you can help. Jan Berry produced a song by a girl named Pixie. I'd love to see that on youtube. I heard it once and thought it was awesome.
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: BlackSea on April 09, 2014, 02:49:50 AM
Jdman I dont have this one. I've only read about it. If someones got it, it would be good to hear it.
 Until next time
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: 1WALLY1 on April 10, 2014, 11:18:42 AM
Black Sea thanks for The Rituals Cd. I don't have the two Pixie songs either.  Black Sea this can be your next assignment.
CHEERS
1WALLY1
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: sunny13 on April 13, 2014, 05:30:46 PM
My favorite is the Jan & Arnie era.... I was not able to google the interview.  Can someone post the link here  - please? 
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: BlackSea on April 14, 2014, 01:16:34 AM
Sunny13 here's the interview from April/May 1979. Stuart Hersh conducted the interview for Time Barrier Express.
.
H - My name is Stuart Hersh, and I'm calling from New York. I'm with a magazine
called Time Barrier Express and I wanted to know if I could ask you a few
questions. I'm doing an article on Jan & Arnie...
G - Oh my goodness, you're gonna ask me a couple of questions, that's strange,
why would you be doing such an article?
H - Well. . . you are the one who used to do the recordings, right?
G - Right!
H - Well, It's just that. . . I've been trying to find out what really happened.
. . it has been hard to contact you. . . and I'd like to do an article. We
already have some pictures, such as a photo or you and Jan holding up a copy
of"Jennie Lee" by a phonograph...
G - Oh wow! . . . Why would you want to do an article on Jan& Arnie? It's so
long ago and so minute...
H - Well, it's all coming back, and Time Barrier Express deals with 50s and 60s
rock.
G - That's interesting. . . 0 K, you can ask me some questions.
H - How did you first meet Jan?
 G - We were in school together, in the same club in high school.
H - Was it your idea for the song 'Jennie Lee".
G - I was the predominant writer on that piece.
H - You wrote that with Jan?
G - With him yeah. . . I had the melody, and I think about two thirds of the
words before going up to his house and working out the rest.
H - Where was it recorded?
G - Well, originally, our track was actually recorded in his garage on an old,
sort of out of tune piano, and the instrumentals were overdubbed in one of the
recording studios in Hollywood, I can't remember which one it was. It was
arranged by Don Ralke... or, I can't remember the guy's name (it was indeed
Ralke - Ed.). . . and they had some pretty heavyweight musicians play the
background to it. For that time anyway, they were heavyweight guys.. . Ernie
Freeman was one of them and he was quite good, he did a lot of studio work, and
a guy named Jackie Kelso, who was on sax, a guy named Hall - somebody named Rene
Hall was on guitar.. . anyway, they were good guys.
H - So, the original recording was not totally recorded in the garage?
G - No, it was not.
H - Was Dean at the original recording?
G - No, he wasn't.
H - He wasn't?
G - He wasn't involved. They came up with a lot of PR , but it is not accurate.
. . as far as I knew Dean wasn't even in the picture, but it is possible for me
not to have known everything that was going on with Jan, and what kind of
commitments he was making - but at the time, you know, none of us were doing any
recording and none of us considered ourselves entertainers or musicians. So, its
kind of likely that.. nothing was really happening with -although they were
friends, both Jan & Dean - it's very likely that nothing was really going on,
musically with him. I never remembered him around, and then all of a sudden, you
know, twenty years later, it's hard to remember what really happened, but, he
really wasn't in the picture - in my picture of what happened...
H - But, that's the story I heard Dean tell.
G - It's not an accurate story, I don't consider it accurate at all.. . and
having checked with people like my parents, what
they remember of it, of course they were not very well informed either - they
weren't informed until the whole thing was just about complete - they found out
something was going on, but from every indication, Dean really was just
completely out of it. There is no Dean - really was no Dean, he was not in the
picture. I began to get disenchanted very quickly with entertainment.. . with
the business and with the people, it just didn't seem worth it ... just too
spiritually draining, spiritually" used very loosely.
H - How did the breakup occur?
G - It just wasn't enough, it just wasn't
good enough, it wasn't enough fun. Jan was a difficult person to deal with, and
the people in the industry were not very "neat," they didn't seem very stable..
. it's hard to be an entertainer, a really hard thing - it's a very expensive
choice being an entertainer, and being in front of people who need to see you in
a certain way, and boy, it's a hard thing to break out of - and it's hard to
maintain a sense of what is in your best interest, hard to remain humble, hard
to feel equal - which I think is a very important thing to feel - and it's just
a very, very difficult, expensive choice to
make all that money, and to be an entertainer.. . it didn't seem worth it, to
tell you the truth, first of all I didn't feel good enough, I knew I wasn't good
enough, 'cause I had met quite a few people who were far (better).. . I didn't
have that real musical background and I met people who were good musically...
H - But, some of those songs were great, like"Gas Money" and "Jennie Lee," of
course.
G - Yeah, well they were - it was alright.
H - Now, after you split with Jan, you did a solo recording?
G - Nothing ever really got out, I tried a couple of things but nothing got out,
they weren't really good enough.
H - There's something called "Woman From Zanzibar"
G - Oh yes, that never made it out really, that was just sort of an attempt at
something, but really never happened.
H - Was that you solo?
G - I couldn't say solo, there were friends that I was involved with, and Jan
was not one of them. [Note: the record was indeed released, as by The Rituals:
see discography below - Ed.]
H - Did you see the "Dead Man's Curve" movie?
G - Yeah...
H - What did you think of it?
G - I was consulted about that originally, and they had a really, really bad
script, and it didn't get a whole hell of a lot better... but at least I was
lucky enough to get them to leave me out of it because.. . I don't really like
having anything to do with show business. I really don't like it, it's never
done me any good, and I just lead a very normal quiet life, and it's what I
want. H - Have you seen Jan after all the Jan & Dean success?
G - Oh yeah, often. I see Dean; Dean and I went to the same junior college and
college together. . . I talked to Dean right before "Dead Man's Curve," I talked
to him a little bit about it. I haven't seen Jan in a few years...
H - Have you seen Jan or spoken with him since the accident?
G - Oh sure, I was at the hospital.., we have mutual friends. I was at his house
a couple of times.
H - Do you think Jan was the type of person that they wrote him up in the script
to be, a somewhat "egotistical" person?
G - He was a very bright guy, and he was kind of a tormented guy, he was always
cookin' somehow, in one way or another, and. . . I didn't see the beginning of
the film, I came in about fifteen minutes into it. but Jan could be a very nice
guy, at times, he could do nice things, but it always was his nature to know
what he was up to and he wasn t just sort of automatically nice, to pull out the
plug really easy if he wanted to
He wasn't a loud person and he was not that overt - if he was up to something,
he was pretty cool about it, as I remember, but he could have changed a lot
because as soon as he got with Dean, I didn't have much contact with him, I
don't really know what was happening, I knew him mostly through high school, you
know, not as a college student, really, gee, he could have changed a hell of a
lot.
H - What type of person do you see him as today?
G - I don't really know, I haven't seen him for quite a few years, and the
accident made
him, for the first couple of years that I saw him after the accident.. . he was
not a tormented person but then he wasn't up to par either, he was sort of ten
years behind emotionally, and of course he couldn't read and it was hard to talk
to him, but he seemed like a... of course he was crippled in a way, he had brain
damage, so, emotionally he was retarded to some degree. He wasn't a driven
person after that, and he wasn't cantankerous, he wasn't aggressive. . . he was
just a completely different person. In one way you'd say gee, he lost a lot of
his bad qualities
but it's really a strange thing, 'cause you don't want to see a person lose
those qualities under those conditions. I really don't know what kind of a
person he is at this point of his life, I have very little contact with Jan or
Dean now, and hardly any contact with people in show business, it doesn't appeal
to me. H - What type of work do you do now?
G - I'm doing graphic design and product design.
H - Since the recordings, have you ever had the urge to go hack or do anything
else?
G - No, not at all, no regrets whatsoever. I'm very glad I got out, really glad
I had the sense to get away from it. I'm really happy without it, for some
people it's just a killer
- I guess some people feel they're really just right for it, but being a
performer and always on the stage, is not my lifestyle as far as I'm concerned.
from that. . . and I'll never do it again.
H - Do you want to send us a recent
picture of yourself, or should we run the old
ones?
G - (Laughing) Run the old pictures, I'm
safer. . . a historical document.
H - OK, thank you for the interview!
G - Thank you very much
.
Until next time
Title: Re: Arnie Ginsburg Interview
Post by: sunny13 on November 22, 2014, 09:21:08 AM
This is a great interview and a big highlight showing that Dean was not part of Jennie Lee.  Thanks for the post.  I wonder if there are more other interviews with Arnie.