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Jesse Colin Young - Young Blood {Re-issue 1997} (1965)

25-11-2014, 12:21
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Jesse Colin Young - Young Blood {Re-issue 1997} (1965)

Artist: Jesse Colin Young
Title Of Album: Young Blood {Re-issue}
Year Of Release: 1965/1997
Country: US
Label: Edsel
Genre: Rock, Country, Folk, Singer/Songwriter
Format: MP3/FLAC (Tracks)+Cue+Log
Quality: CBR 320 kbps/Lossless
Total Time: 41 min 05 sec
Total Size: 96/261 Mb


01. Rider (03:09)
02. Doc Geiger (02:30)
03. Lullabye (02:47)
04. Brother Can You Spare a Dime (02:16)
05. Trouble in Mind (02:14)
06. Little Suzie (03:39)
07. Nobody's Dirty Business (02:22)
08. Green Hill Mountain Home (03:13)
09. Summer Rain (02:27)
10. Walkin' Off the Blues (02:50)
11. Cotton Eyed Joe (02:54)
12. Another Strange Town (bonus) (02:26)
13. Sometimes (bonus) (02:53)
14. Hey Babe (bonus) (02:42)
15. No More Pain (bonus) (02:38)

Young's early 1965 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 soulfulness and gentleness as well as any of his folk and folk-rock peers from the era. This wouldn't rate among his finest work, only because it doesn't contain anything that would rate among his best original songwriting. Still, there are glimpses of a more idiosyncratically wistful and tuneful composer on "Summer Rain," "Green Hill Mountain Home," and "Lullabye." The presence of some bass, as well as John Sebastian on harmonica, helps make this (for early 1965) an overlooked folk-rock precursor; "Nobody's Dirty Business" has actual drums and is (for early 1965) a pretty progressive combination of folk and rock elements.

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