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The Girls in Gold Boots


Anyone with a passing interest in miniskirted a-go-go ephemera should head over to Derrick Bostrom’s, where he has two albums by The Golddiggers available for download. The Golddiggers were a popular troupe of dancing chorus girls on The Dean Martin Show, appearing weekly and later spinning off to their own variety show. Singing wasn’t exactly the ladies’ primary forté, but that didn’t prevent them from recording of course. UPDATE: The albums have been removed.

Love the cover art on The Golddiggers … Today! LP (click for more detail).

3 Thoughts on “The Girls in Gold Boots

  1. Nancy on July 25, 2006 at 5:54 am said:

    They were the Pussycat Dolls of their time…

  2. Ralph Baker on March 31, 2007 at 4:28 pm said:

    Dean Martin made his show #1 in America. The Golddiggers kept it that way for most of his 9-year run. Fantasic!
    ________

    Hello, Matt! In case you wonder what became of Derrick’s writers, we went over to a Yahoo group for the time being. Look into joining GoldsandDings if you can, among our members are Michelle DellaFave, Nancy Bonetti and Taffy Jones- 2 Golddiggers and a Ding-a-Ling Sister. Derrick and Mike are here, too. I’m Ralph. Thanks!

  3. Hello-o-o-o, MATT!! Long time no see!

    There’s been lots of action since we moved to the Yahoo! GoldsandDings. Michael has his ‘Golddiggers Super Site, I have a seperate Yahoo! group with the name ‘DeanMartinTVShow’, Michael has a brand new WordPress blog with the banner ‘DeanGoldsAndDings’…

    …and I have a blog of my own titled ‘Wanted – The Dean Martin Show!’. Have a grand look at http://draaiorgelfan.wordpress.com where you’ll find Michael and Ralph within the pages.

    Keep cool in the summer heat, y’hear? Cheers from Ralph Baker!

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