Richie The C from 1970's TvOne of the great all-time screams in this song.
James from Diamond Bar Ca One of the greatest records ever - What gets me is those funky harmonies - " Still going out - other guys " So hip and sophisticated - when I was 18 like these guys were - I was lucky I was able to tie my shoes - What a masterpiece
Allen J. Friedman from Cleveland, OhioI was wondering who the girl is who is dancing in that red bikini? Is she still around? I loved this song since it first came out!
Joseph Cardile from South Padre Island, TexasI am watching them right this minute down here on the island and they just performed Liar Liar and the whole place knew the song word for word. Many one hit wonders don’t last 50+years like this one did. And they still sing it to perfection even the high parts.
Phil from Nelson, Bc Canada Great song from the 60’s
Jack W from TexasI served with Bob Folschow in Vietnam in 67-68. He had his guitar and when we had down time he pull that guitar out and crank up the classic Liar Liar for the platoon. Picked up the moral as much as it could. It was appropriate considering our geographical location at that time. Never saw or talked to Bob after rotating back to the states. Song has stuck with me all these years. Hope Bob is well and still cranking Liar Liar pants on fire in his high pitch voice!
Gary For California from California I met a guy while doing Army basic training at Fort Ord California in early 1970. He was the Company clerk and claimed he was an original member of the Castaways who later got drafted. Said he had met the Beatles on the road but was now just grunt heading for Nam like myself. That was then, this is now.
Dennis Craswell from MinnesotaBy the way, what photo are you using, top left..??? ?? That's a fake band, and not an original Castaways photo....Bob Folschow still performs in Soiuox Falls, SD you forgot to mention Dick Roby....and he is still plays in MN
Dennis Craswell from MinnesotaYou need to get your facts straight. Dennis Craswell has been playing in Calif. Texas and Minnesota since 1965.. Dennis Craswell is still active and playing as of today.!!! The name of his band in The Original Castaways..as long as you have a link to the "other" band, Please note The Original Castaways links: https://www.facebook.com/dennis.craswell.123456789/ and http://the-castaway.com/... Dennis is and was the drummer, still drumming, and plays the keyboard among other instruments
Alan from Reno, NvWhen I was in Vietnam, one of the guys claimed to be the back up drummer for the group. I have since learned he was not, but I was young then and believed a lot of things. That is probably why I ended up in Vietnam.
Kevin from Lawrence, KsI can't ever get enough of this riff, with the organ intro that just grabs your attention and then holds it throughout the song. Why this song hasn't attained iconic appeal is beyond me. That riff, the hook ("Liar, Liar...pants on fire...), the ability to dance to this song, the intense scream at the bridge. It's all there. Yet, this song retains a sort of seclusive staturs. It is loved by all who hear it, yet it makes no one's top all-time lists. There are few songs as good as this from the mid-sixties, yet the accolades thrown at this tune are non-existant. If you have to shun the song because of its bubble-gum image, you have to at least admit that the riff is as strong as the riff in "Satisfaction", and the organ intro is as iconic as the "Light My Fire" intro....or even the "In A Gadda Da Vida" intro. This song would have to be in my all-time top 50. And it should be in yours, too.