In addition to making quite a few records under his own name, Floyd Cramer played piano on thousands of Nashville recording sessions. He can regularly be heard on records by Elvis Presley (Heartbreak Hotel, for instance), the Everly Brothers, Don Gibson, Eddy Arnold, Brenda Lee, Chet Atkins, Jim Reeves and Patsy Cline to name just a few.
Most of the records he released under his own name are pleasant enough, I suppose, but I find them a bit too refined and full of pop flourishes to track them down and purchase them. Exceptions can be made however and here's one of them. In 1967, he released a 45 rpm recording of Stood Up (#53 on the country charts) and decided to put the Beach Boys' Good Vibrations on the b-side, a seemingly suprprising choice. Or maybe it wasn't so surprising, as he also recorded the LP Floyd Cramer Plays The Monkees in the same year.