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Get Together: The Essential Youngbloods by The Youngbloods

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Get Together: The Essential Youngbloods

The Youngbloods

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Get Together: The Essential Youngbloods

The Youngbloods

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Label: Rca/Bmg Heritage
The Youngbloods never made a classic album like the Lovin' Spoonful and Jefferson Airplane. But they did, between 1967 and '71, rack up a number of minor gems in an array of styles, not just folk-rock. Organ-dominated ditties like "Don't Play Games" and "Dreamer's Dream" recall the moody, British Invasion pop of the Zombies, while "Sugar Babe" is pastoral perfection, California-style. The Youngbloods even cross-pollinated Brit folk and acid fuzz on the awesome "Darkness, Darkness." Good stuff.

About This Album

The Youngbloods never made a classic album like the Lovin' Spoonful and Jefferson Airplane. But they did, between 1967 and '71, rack up a number of minor gems in an array of styles, not just folk-rock. Organ-dominated ditties like "Don't Play Games" and "Dreamer's Dream" recall the moody, British Invasion pop of the Zombies, while "Sugar Babe" is pastoral perfection, California-style. The Youngbloods even cross-pollinated Brit folk and acid fuzz on the awesome "Darkness, Darkness." Good stuff.

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About This Album

The Youngbloods never made a classic album like the Lovin' Spoonful and Jefferson Airplane. But they did, between 1967 and '71, rack up a number of minor gems in an array of styles, not just folk-rock. Organ-dominated ditties like "Don't Play Games" and "Dreamer's Dream" recall the moody, British Invasion pop of the Zombies, while "Sugar Babe" is pastoral perfection, California-style. The Youngbloods even cross-pollinated Brit folk and acid fuzz on the awesome "Darkness, Darkness." Good stuff.