The Youngbloods is an album by the American rock band The Youngbloods, released in 1967. It was also reissued in 1971 under the title Get Together after the popular single from the album . Jesse Colin Young wrote two ballads on side two, "Tears Are Falling" and "Foolin' Around (The Waltz)" which alternates between 4/4 and 3/4 time signatures. Classical cello was added to "Foolin' Around" by George Ricci. Side two ends with two blues standards, Jimmy Reed's "Ain't That Lovin' You" and Mississippi John Hurt's ".
The six solo Young tracks on side two are also very good, and though they're folkier and less fully arranged than the Youngbloods material, they're pretty advanced for 1965 in their early if tentative folk-rock fusion.
Side A of this LP contains the very first recordings made by the Youngbloods. Sometimes" and "Another Strange Town" have appeared on a single on Mercury Cat. No. 73068 in 1970. Zig-Zag Festival
original 1 st US pressing on Mercury Records cat SR 61273. record plays NM-, cover is NM. Included is a NM- promo copy of the non-album single ' Merry-Go-Round' on RCA Victor Records cat 47-9142, which has some sticker residue.
Once the line-up was set, Jesse Colin Young and the Youngbloods, as the group was then known, began building a reputation from their club dates. Early demo sides from 1965 were later issued by Mercury Records on the Two Trips album. Their first concert had been at Gerde's Folk City in Greenwich Village; months later, they were the house band at the Cafe Au Go Go and had signed a recording contract with RCA Records. Young, however, was not satisfied with RCA.
Young recorded a solo album, Together (March 1972), and due to its success he disbanded the Youngbloods after their final album, High on a Ridge Top (November 1972). He then made Song for Juli (September 1973), Light Shine (March 1974), Songbird (February 1975), On the Road (April 1976), and Love on the Wing (March 1977), all of which charted in the Top 100. He moved to Elektra Records for the less successful American Dreams (November 1978) and The Perfect Stranger (July 1982).
Jesse Colin Young & The Youngbloods 1970 Nobody's Dirty Business. Jesse Colin Young & The Youngbloods 1970 No More Pain. Jesse Colin Young & The Youngbloods No More Pain. Jesse Colin Young & The Youngbloods Doc Geiger. Jesse Colin Young & The Youngbloods Rider. Jesse Colin Young & The Youngbloods Hey Babe. Jesse Colin Young & The Youngbloods Brother Can You Spare A Dime.
Jesse Colin Young: I did a lot of singing in Queens until I was 10, but it was around the piano with my sister and my mother and my dad playing. Then we moved to Garden City on Long Island. I was playing the piano and they were teaching me all these stupid songs, so I quit when I was 11, as soon as I got into doo-wop. Listen to Four in the Morning from Jesse Colin Young’s debut solo album. Your first two albums were acoustic recordings. Then you put the Youngbloods together with Jerry Corbitt. Where did you meet Jerry? JCY: I met him in in Cambridge.
Brother Can You Spare a Dime, 02:16. Trouble in Mind, 02:14. I have read and agree with the Terms & Privacy.
Written-By – J. Corbitt*
|A4||Another Strange Town||2:40|
|A5||No More Pain||2:30|
|B1||Nobody's Dirty Business
Written-By – J. Hurt*
|B3||Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?
Written-By – E.Y. Harburg, J. Gorney*
|B4||Walkin' Off The Blues||2:45|
Written-By – J. Paulovic*
|SR 61273||Jesse Colin Young With The Youngbloods||Jesse Colin Young With The Youngbloods - Two Trips (LP, Comp)||Mercury||SR 61273||US||1970|
|SR 61273||Jesse Colin Young With The Youngbloods||Jesse Colin Young With The Youngbloods - Two Trips (LP, Comp, Promo, RP)||Mercury||SR 61273||US||1970|
|6338 019||Jesse Colin Young With The Youngbloods||Jesse Colin Young With The Youngbloods - Two Trips (LP, Comp)||Mercury||6338 019||UK||1970|
|SR 61273||Jesse Colin Young With The Youngbloods||Jesse Colin Young With The Youngbloods - Two Trips (LP, Comp, RP)||Mercury||SR 61273||US||Unknown|