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Felix Pappalardi: Solving Modern Recording Problems

Interview by Jim Delehant, Hit Parader, March 1968

FELIX PAPPALARDI is a producer, but mainly a musician in the same sense that Steve Cropper is a producer-musician (see Steve Cropper HP Sept.). Before ...

The Youngbloods: Elephant Mountain (RCA)

Review by Mark Williams, International Times, November 1969

THIS ALBUM is one of the essential records one would possess if a broad cross-sectlon of Rock is the ultimate zenith of one's collecting habits. ...

The Youngbloods: Two Trips

Review by Metal Mike Saunders, Rolling Stone, May 1970

In early 1965, Jesse Colin Young recorded an excellent solo album on Mercury (now out-of-print) called Young Blood. Truckin' along in relative obscurity in the ...

The Youngbloods: Youngbloods Leave Live

Report and Interview by Danny Goldberg, Circus, June 1970

THE YOUNGBLOODS have split from RCA, leaving behind a live album, Ride the Wind, which fulfills their contractual obligations to RCA and have begun their ...

Youngbloods: Good And Dusty; Jesse Colin Young: Together

Review by Metal Mike Saunders, Phonograph Record, April 1972

THERE'S REALLY no way around it. The Youngbloods' career divides quite clearly into three distinct periods: (1) The Youngbloods with Jerry Corbitt (2) Elephant Mountain ...

see also Jesse Colin Young

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