Records that include whooping and hollering are just that little bit more exciting that ones that don’t. Get It by the Silvertones is a prime example. The song writing credit goes to Tom Dimuzlo, but there’s very little I can tell you about the Silvertones. Get It was released in 1963 on Goliath Records, which was a Californian label started by Tony Butala and Bob Todd. It was also released on Valiant Records the following year, probably to achieve greater distribution. Like a lot of records that came out of California in 1963, there’s a definite surfy feel to Get It, which is even more evident on the calmer flip, Bathsheba.