Written-By – J. Marais
|2||Michael, Row The Boat Ashore|
Adapted By – T. Smothers
|3||My Old Man|
Written-By – O. Brand
Written-By – T. & D. Smothers
Written-By – T. Smothers
|6||I Talk To The Trees|
Written-By – Lerner & Loewe
Written-By – G. Wood
Written-By – T. & D. Smothers
|MG-21089||Smothers Brothers||Golden Hits Of The Smothers Brothers Vol. 2 (LP, Album, Mono, Pit)||Mercury||MG-21089||US||1966|
|CLS 418||Smothers Brothers||Golden Hits of Vol 2 (LP, Album)||Taiwan-Studio||CLS 418||Taiwan||Unknown|
|LGH2267, LGH 2267||The Smothers Brothers||Golden Hits Of The Smothers Brothers Vol. II (CD, Album, RE)||Laugh.com, Laugh.com||LGH2267, LGH 2267||US||2011|
|SR 61089||Smothers Brothers||Golden Hits Of The Smothers Brothers Vol. 2 (LP)||Mercury||SR 61089||Canada||1966|
|MG 21089||Smothers Brothers||Golden Hits Of The Smothers Brothers Vol. 2 (LP, Album, Comp, Mono, Promo)||Mercury||MG 21089||US||1966|
- Editor [Tape] – Sonny Shedrow, Walt Payne
- Featuring – Dick Smothers, Tom Smothers
- Mastered By – Doug Hawkins
- Other [Cover Model] – Aiko Berge
- Photography By [Cover & Liner Photos] – Jay Thompson
- Producer – David Carroll, Kenneth Fritz
- Recorded By, Editor [Tape], Mixed By [Tape] – Jerry Ferree
Cover has a circle on the front that says, "See The Smothers Brothers Show On CBS TV Sunday Nights"
Album selections recorded from concerts at Melodyland Theatre, Anaheim, Calif., and Circle Star Theatre, San Carlos, Calif.
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 runout): SR 61089-A-M5 MR
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 runout): SR 61089-B-M7 MR
- Rights Society (Tracks A1, A3, B3): BMI
- Rights Society (Tracks A2, A4 to B2, B4): ASCAP
- Mastered At – Mercury Sound Studios
- Recorded At – Melodyland Theatre, Anaheim
- Recorded At – Circle Star Theatre, San Carlos
- Published By – Rave Music, inc.
- Published By – Wolf-Mills Music, Inc.
- Published By – Hollis Music, Inc.
- Published By – Tomard Publ. Co., Inc.
- Published By – Chappell & Co., Inc.
- Published By – G. Schirmer Inc.
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