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The Young Rascals - Groovin' 1967

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Eddie & David Brigati, Felix Cavaliere, Gene Cornish were all members of The Starliters of Joey D and the Starliters before forming the Young Rascals. Inducted into the Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame in 1997.” How Can I be Sure ” could of stood alone highlighting their true talent.

Those who can't make it to their Broadway stand should check out their music. The band's first and third albums (The Young Rascals and Groovin') are their best. But their most popular release was Time Peace: The Rascals' Greatest Hits, one of those terrific collections that serves a band well and is the perfect introduction to their music. It came out on CD in 1990 and a remastering is long overdue. Look for it and you'll find two CD anthologies and multi-CD boxed sets. But those encyclopedic collections are for the already won over. If you're not Neil Young and still buying everything on vinyl, you're best off buying a digital copy of Time Peace and tossing in the later single "People Got To Be Free." That will give you 15 of their best songs, from killer covers like "Mustang Sally" and "Midnight Hour" to all the hits. Play it over and over and you'll soon be a fan and know exactly why people are still talking about The Rascals 40 years later.

The Young Rascals (album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

  • S 3: Ep 105 January 31, 1967: Wilson Pickett, The Young Rascals
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  • The Young Rascals is the debut album by rock band The Young Rascals

    Let’s face it, those schoolboy outfits with their knickers and knee socks were a little bit silly. I’ll bet the Rascals couldn’t wait to jettison them, along with the “Young” moniker that had been forced on them when Johnny Puleo bitched that the name Rascals was too close to the name of his group, the Harmonica Rascals. Sid Bernstein (yes, the guy who brought the Beatles to America) decided that discretion was the better part of provoking a shit storm and renamed the band he was managing the Young Rascals.

    Eddie & David Brigati, Felix Cavaliere, Gene Cornish were all members of The Starliters of Joey D and the Starliters before forming the Young Rascals. Inducted into the Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame in 1997.” How Can I be Sure ” could of stood alone highlighting their true talent.