In his interview with Songfacts, Alan Brackett explained
, "I just sent that as a fluke. Barbara's singing it. Well, Chuck [Negron] starts singing with Barbara when they heard the demo. They did this whole '50s thing on Midnight Special
. It took like 15 minutes, they showed them getting all dressed up. They changed it to 'Good Feeling (1957),' and they did this whole '50s thing, and they did it for years. I made more money off of that song than I did off of everything with Peanut Butter."
He added: "I wrote that song when we were the house band at the Factory, which was Sinatra and those guys' club. It was the best gig in town. I did it there because they needed something for people to dance to. I needed something with a good feeling, so I wrote that song, 'Good Feelin'.' It was just to have a good dance tune."