Frazier wrote several other songs in the same vein in the mid-’60s while Charlie was recording for Smash. Here’s “She’s a Yum-Yum.”
This is Rich’s golden age. The Complete Smash Sessions CD is out of print in the US, but I see there’s an import version of this material called It Ain’t Gonna Be That Way – The Complete Smash Sessions that isn’t too expensive. I can’t recommend it highly enough. Here’s “Just a Little Bit of You.”
These songs are almost novelty songs, which is a genre I usually despise, but they’re redeemed by the great singing and the funky rhythm section.
Dallas Frazier was mostly a songwriter, but he also recorded some too. Here’s his own version of “Elvira,” later made famous by the Oak Ridge Boys.
I like the drums. There’s a nice two-fer of Frazier’s two albums Elvira/Tell It Like It Is on Raven. He’s not a great recording artist, but the songs are good.
He was identified as a country artist, but he could get really funky. Here’s his version of “Wearing That Loved on Look.”