Young Rascals - Good Lovin' album download
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Written-By – Resnick*, Clark*
- Printed By – Biuro Wydawnicze "Ruch"
- Graphics – J. M. Szancer*
- Liner Notes [Poem] – Jan Brzechwa
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- Rights Society: BIEM
- Other (Postcard print order): 1471 G/1/64
- Other (Postcard circulation): 60 000 egz.
- Other: ZG "Ruch" zam. 1696-63
- Other (Censor's signature): L-31
- Other (Retail price): Cena 1 zł + 10 gr na SFOS
- Barcode (Flexi price (stamped)): zł. 12
The Young Rascals is the debut album by rock band The Young Rascals. The album was released on March 28, 1966, and rose to on the Billboard Top LPs chart and in Cashbox. Most of the songs on The Young Rascals were covers of songs written or originally performed by other artists, with only "Do You Feel It" authored by the band.
Groovin' is the third album by rock band The Young Rascals. The album was released on July 31, 1967 and rose to on the Billboard Top LPs chart and number 7 on the R&B chart. Eight of the songs were released on singles with the title track reaching number 1 on the Pop chart in the .
Young Rascals frontman Felix Cavaliere is feeling so bad, so he goes to see his family doctor. On their debut album, they also had a version of Like A Rolling Stone that plays as a bly-unintentional Dylan parody. Cavaliere heard Good Lovin’, a 1965 song from the Los Angeles doo-wop group the Olympics, on a New York soul station and immediately took it to his band to record. With their version of Good Lovin’, the Rascals didn’t really switch up the Olympics’ arrangement too much. But they played it peppily, sped up the tempo a bit, and put emphasis on the jaunty guitar line. There’s a crisp efficiency to the Rascals’ cover that’s not there on the original
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