Jerry Goldstein (producer)

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Jerry Goldstein
Birth name Gerald Goldstein
Occupation(s) Record producer, manager, singer songwriter
Associated acts The Strangeloves, The Angels, Blood, Sweat & Tears, War, Sly and the Family Stone, Circle Jerks

Jerry Goldstein is an American producer, singer songwriter and musician. He was one of the members of The Strangeloves, the co-writer of "My Boyfriend's Back" (a hit song in 1963 for The Angels) and "Come on Down to My Boat", the producer and songwriter of War, and the former manager of Sly and the Family Stone. Goldstein produced a single with teenage singer, Nancy Baron in 1963 ("where did my Jimmy go?"/"Ta la la, I love you") for the Diamond Record label. Goldstein was part of a three person production team which wrote and produced numerous records which are referred to as "FGG"-Feldman, Goldstein and Gottehrer. The numerous artists and their work in collaboration with FGG are listed in a Discography included in the references below.

He lives in Pacific Palisades, California.