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Walkin Off The Blues - Jesse Colin Young With The Youngbloods - Two Trips (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Original release with gold-bordered cover. 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. in /5(7).
  2. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Jesse Colin Young With The Youngbloods - Two Trips at Discogs. Complete your Jesse Colin Young With The Youngbloods collection/5(11).
  3. Label: Mercury - SR • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation, Repress, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock Jesse Colin Young With The Youngbloods - Two Trips (, Vinyl) | Discogs4/5(1).
  4. Second stereo pressing of "Jesse Colin Young - Young Blood" from For this issue the title on the cover was changed as the band name "The Youngbloods" had meanwhile been derived from the initial album title "Young Blood".5/5(4).
  5. Two Trips, a Compilation of songs by The Youngbloods with Jesse Colin Young. Released in on Mercury (catalog no. SR ; Vinyl 12").
  6. Perry Miller (born November 22, ), known professionally as Jesse Colin Young, is an American singer and was a founding member and lead singer of the s group the Youngbloods. After their dissolution in , Young embarked on a solo career, releasing a series of successful albums through Warner Bros. Records, including Song for Juli (), Light Shine (), Songbird.
  7. Mar 27,  · The Youngbloods also made the singles charts with Young's songs "Sunlight" (November ) and "Darkness, Darkness" (May ). Forming their own Raccoon Records label with distribution by Warner Brothers, they released the live albums Rock Festival (October ) and Ride the Wind (July ), followed by the studio album Good and Dusty.
  8. Young's early album, more than the earlier material collected on The Soul of a City Boy, points toward the mixture of rock, folk, blues, and a little country he would take with the Youngbloods, even if little of the album boasts electric rock arrangements. Young combines originals with folk and blues covers on this pleasing set, highlighted by his already excellent vocals, which blend.

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