SIDE ONE  1.  BROOMSTICK COWBOY (Bobby Goldsboro) (2:29)  2.  I’M GOIN’ HOME (Bobby Goldsboro) (2:16)  3.  IF YOU’VE GOT A HEART (Bobby Goldsboro) (2:35)  4.  BLUE ON WHITE (Bernice Ross/Lor Crane) (2:14)  5.  LET IT BE ME (Mann Curtis/Gilbert Becaud) (2:20)  6.  AIN’T GOT TIME FOR HAPPY (Bobby Goldsboro) (2:31)  SIDE TWO  1.  VOODOO WOMAN (Bobby Goldsboro) (2:14)  2.  IT BREAKS MY HEART (Bobby Goldsboro) (2:39)  3.  IF YOU WAIT FOR LOVE (Bobby Goldsboro) (2:45)  4.  WHERE DID ALL THE RAINBOWS GO (Bernice Ross/Lor Crane) (2:23)  5.  YOU DON’T KNOW ME (Cindy Walker/Eddy Arnold) (2:38)  6.  A LONG WAY TO BE HAPPY (Gerry Goffin/Carole King) (2:27)
1966 United Artists Records UAS 6471 (stereo) / UAL 3471 (mono)
"Broomstick Cowboy” Album Billboard magazine, February 5, 1966, Page 64, Album Reviews, Pop Spotlight: Three recent Goldsboro hits are featured here--the title tune plus “Voodoo Woman” and “If You Got a Heart” ensure good sales for this LP.  He has penned most of that material with a well-done rendition of the Goffin-King tune, “A Long Way to Be Happy” among the steadiest performances.  “You Don’t Know Me” is equally strong.  "Voodoo Woman" Single (United Artists #862) Top Position:  #27 Pop Billboard magazine, April 24, 1965, Page 43, Singles Reviews, Pop Spotlight: Happy rhythmic dance beat by Bill Justis backs top Goldsboro vocal on original material.  Should hit faster and harder than “Little Things.”  Flip:  “It Breaks My Heart.” "If You Wait for Love" Single (United Artists #908) Top Position:  #75 Pop Billboard magazine, July 31, 1965, Page 14, Singles Reviews, Pop Top 60 Spotlight: Intriguing, plaintive original ballad that builds into a solid rhythm dance beat and a fast chart climber. "If You’ve Got a Heart" Single (United Artists #908) Top Position:  #60 Pop “Broomstick Cowboy” Single (United Artists #952) Top Position:  #53 Pop Billboard magazine, November 27, 1965, Page 16, Spotlight Singles, Pop Top 60 Spotlight: Clever and timely lyric content set to a pulsating and driving dance beat is a winner all the way! Flip:  “Ain’t Got Time for Happy”
Re-Issues: “Let It Be Me” and “You Don’t Know Me” re-issued from the 1964 “I Can’t Stop Loving You” album; “If You’ve Got a Heart” was re-issued from the 1964 “Little Things” album Available on Compact Disc: "Broomstick Cowboy,” “I’m Goin’ Home,” “If You’ve Got a Heart,” “Voodoo Woman,” “It Breaks My Heart,” “If You Wait for Love” Available on Tape: Unknown Available on Vinyl Singles: "Broomstick Cowboy,” “I’m Goin’ Home,” “If You’ve Got a Heart,” “Ain’t Got Time for Happy,” “Voodoo Woman,” “It Breaks My Heart,” “If You Wait for Love” Notable Cover Recordings: "Broomstick Cowboy” was recorded by actress Claudine Longet; “If You’ve Got a Heart” was recorded by Chad & Jeremy; “Voodoo Woman” was recorded by Gary Lewis and the Playboys; “If You Wait for Love” was a UK single for Dave Berry Television: "Broomstick Cowboy" was featured on "Supernatural" on The CW.  A portion of the song played during Season 12, Episode #11 entitled, "Regarding Dean," airing 2/9/2017.
And when the rockets thunder You’ll hear your brothers cry And through it all you’ll wonder Just why they had to die So dream on, little broomstick cowboy Dream while you can For soon, you’ll be a dreadful thing My son, you’ll be a man - “Broomstick Cowboy”   I remember when I fell, and I could tell you felt the same You used to say that one fine day you’d wear my name I don’t know what went wrong, I woke and you were gone Now I don’t get along like before Now you’ve left me blue, you’ve found someone new And I can’t call on you anymore - “It Breaks My Heart”
WITH PEN IN HAND The Songwriting of Bobby Goldsboro
The “Broomstick Cowboy” single was released during the Vietnam War, and was banned by several radio stations for being a “protest song.”  Bobby’s explanation that it was not written in protest appears as a spoken introduction to an acoustic version of the song on the 1970 album, “Muddy Mississippi Line.”
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