Snuff Garrett produced this song using members of the famous Los Angeles collective of studio musicians. Carol Kaye
played bass on the track, but what other specific musicians were involved is cloudy because they are not credited on the album. Garrett, speaking in the Wrecking Crew
documentary, made it clear what was on his mind during these productions.
Said Garrett: "When I was in the studio, at the end of the day, I'd run a playback right away. And I'd go over what I'd cut and how I felt about it. And when I smell money, that's what I came there for. To make some money. If you make money, you get asked back. That's all I ever knew about it. I never looked at the aesthetics of it or anything. My gut was a hell of a lot smarter than my head was. And when I felt I had a hit, well, 75 percent of the time I had a hit. It's all I went there for. I was taught if you weren't in the top ten or headed for the top ten, you're not supposed to be on this earth."