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Jesse Colin Young

Jesse Colin Young

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Youngbloods: Good And Dusty; Jesse Colin Young: Together

Review by Metal Mike Saunders, Phonograph Record, April 1972

THERE'S REALLY no way around it. The Youngbloods' career divides quite clearly into three distinct periods: (1) The Youngbloods with Jerry Corbitt (2) Elephant Mountain ...

Woodstock Remembered: KGB stages a rock festival

Report by Steven Rosen, Los Angeles Free Press, November 1972

SUNDAY’S KGB "Charity Ball" was important for one reason: the concert proved that people in large numbers can still come together for an event and ...

Jesse Colin Young: The Troubadour, Los Angeles

Live Review by Jeff Walker, Music World, December 1972

JESSE COLIN Young was a folkie at about the same time we all were. Years of New York City existing, some passionate living in a ...

Jesse Colin Young: Trying To Be A Good Highway

Interview by Steven X Rea, Music World, November 1973

WE DROVE our '54 Chevrolet along the road to Inverness on the Point Reyes peninsula quickly, somehow feeling threatened by the grey, heavy clouds that ...

The Beach Boys, Jesse Colin Young: Santa Barbara University, CA

Live Review by Steven Rosen, Sounds, 19 April 1975

"I WISH they all could be California girllls," the Beach Boys sang on a sunny and high spirited Sunday afternoon. It was the perfect setting ...

R.E.M. and Friends: Capitol Theater, Passaic, N.J.

Live Review by Jeff Tamarkin, Billboard, 30 June 1984

IT WAS A folk-rocker's fantasy: R.E.M. was videotaping a concert for MTV broadcast in July, for a new series called Influences. And so the IRS Records ...

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