Crazy Elephant was one of those studio groups that were formed, had one shining moment, and then quickly disappeared. Jerry Kasenetz and Jeff Katz, who were responsible for much of the bubblegum sound on the Buddah label, formed Crazy Elephant in late 1968 and had the only hit of their career early the next year.
“Gimme Gimme Good Lovin'” was released during early 1969 and reached number 12 on both the United States and U.K. BILLBOARD MAGAZINE Pop Singles Charts. Robert Spencer of The Cadillacs provided the lead vocals and Joey Levine, who was the lead vocalist for the Ohio Express and Reunion, sang the harmonies.
Crazy Elephant released a total of six singles and one album but their only chart song was “Gimme Gimme Good Lovin'” which made them true one hit wonders.