He probably did as much as anyone for Rock n' Roll in the UK. Possibly MORE than anyone. He was the one who insisted that Cliff sing 'Move It' on OH-BOY (the B-side of his single 'Schoolboy Crush'). And it's also worth noting that he made the moody, black and white video for 'Apache' that I have posted on my 'Shadows' thread.
"What are you two, some kind of music hall act?" "Whatever we are..." "...you made us!" "TA-DAA!!"
Jack Good is a name I have known for a long time, without really knowing much about him.
I knew he had done the early TV pop music shows 'Six-Five Special' and 'Oh Boy!'. Though for some reason (possibly because he later went to the USA and did 'Shindig') I thought he was American.
I didn't realise he had produced The Monkees TV special '33 1/3 Revolutions Per Monkee' which guest-starred several 50s rock n roll stars and Julie Driscoll & Brian Auger. A great watch, especially the 'Listen To The Band' playout at the end.