“The Youngbloods” by The Youngbloods - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1967Album Chart of the Decade: 1960s

TJR says

Tasteful but boring debut album from the New York folk-rockers who lined up: Jesse Colin Young (bass, lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Jerry Corbitt (rhythm guitar, backing vocals), Lowell Levinger (lead guitar, electric piano) and Joe Bauer (drums, percussion). Best track is their cover of “Get Together” (The Kingston Trio, 1964) which gave them their sole Top 40 hit single in the US Pop Charts.

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A1 [02:25] 4.4.png The Youngbloods - Grizzly Bear (Jerry Corbitt) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A2 [03:16] 4.0.png The Youngbloods - All Over The World (La-La) (Jerry Corbitt) Pop
A3 [02:21] 3.7.png The Youngbloods - Statesboro Blues (Willie McTell) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A4 [04:39] 5.7.png The Youngbloods - Get Together (Chester Powers) Folk Rock / Americana
A5 [02:27] 3.4.png The Youngbloods - One Note Man (Paul Arnoldi) Folk Rock / Americana
B1 [02:30] 3.9.png The Youngbloods - The Other Side Of This Life (Fred Neil) Rock
B2 [02:28] 4.6.png The Youngbloods - Tears Are Falling (Jesse Colin Young) Folk Rock / Americana
B3 [02:54] 2.8.png The Youngbloods - Four In The Morning (George Remailly) Folk Rock / Americana
B4 [02:52] 4.5.png The Youngbloods - Foolin’ Around (The Waltz) (Jesse Colin Young) Folk Rock / Americana
B5 [02:42] 5.1.png The Youngbloods - Ain’t That Lovin’ You, Baby (Jimmy Reed) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B6 [02:36] 4.5.png The Youngbloods - C.C. Rider (John Hurt) Blues Rock / Soul Rock

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