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The Youngbloods

Youngbloods, The

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Dionne Warwick, the Youngbloods: Rheingold Music Festival, Wollman Memorial Skating Rink, Central Park, New York NY

Live Review by Robert Shelton, The New York Times, 2 July 1966

FESTIVAL IN PARK OPENS BRIGHTLY Overflow Audience at Rink Hears Dionne Warwick ...

The Youngbloods: Story of Grizzly Bear

Interview by Loraine Alterman, Detroit Free Press, 18 November 1966

TOO OFTEN I'm turned off by new groups on promotion tours to get their first single played. Many times they let the fact that a ...

The Youngbloods — Hair, Hunger And Harmonicas

Profile and Interview by uncredited writer, KRLA Beat, 17 December 1966

THEY CALL themselves the Youngbloods and they have out a ridiculously original song called 'Grizzly Bear', but when you get to know them you can't ...

Felix Pappalardi: Solving Modern Recording Problems

Interview by Jim Delehant, Hit Parader, March 1968

FELIX PAPPALARDI is a producer, but mainly a musician in the same sense that Steve Cropper is a producer-musician (see Steve Cropper HP Sept.). Before ...

The Youngbloods: Elephant Mountain (RCA)

Review by Mark Williams, International Times, 21 November 1969

THIS ALBUM is one of the essential records one would possess if a broad cross-sectlon of Rock is the ultimate zenith of one's collecting habits. ...

The Youngbloods: Two Trips

Review by Metal Mike Saunders, Rolling Stone, 2 May 1970

In early 1965, Jesse Colin Young recorded an excellent solo album on Mercury (now out-of-print) called Young Blood. Truckin' along in relative obscurity in the ...

The Youngbloods: Youngbloods Leave Live

Report and Interview by Danny Goldberg, Circus, June 1970

THE YOUNGBLOODS have split from RCA, leaving behind a live album, Ride the Wind, which fulfills their contractual obligations to RCA and have begun their ...

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 ...

The Youngbloods

Book Excerpt by Phil Hardy, Dave Laing, Faber Companion to 20th Century Popular Music, 2001

Jesse Colin Young, b. Perry Miller, 11 November 1944, New York, USA; Jerry Corbitt, b. Tifton, Goergia; Joe Bauer, b. 26 September 1941, Memphis, Tennessee; ...

see also Jesse Colin Young


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