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Jesse Colin Young recorded his first album in 4 hours, accompanying himself on guitar.
That release was called THE SOUL OF A CITY BOY. A second album, YOUNG BLOOD,
featured supporting musicians, including John Sebastian.
After the two solo albums, Jesse met guitarist Jerry Corbitt on the New York to Boston
club circuit, and with keyboardist/guitarist Lowell "Banana" Levinger, and drummer Joe
Bauer, they began to perform as The Youngbloods. Though the song GET TOGETHER
appeared on their first album in 1967, they re-released it as a single in 1969, after the
heartfelt refrain of "Come on people now, smile on your brother" was used as the
television theme for the National Council of Christians and Jews. GET TOGETHER
became a worldwide Top Ten hit, and was immediately followed into the charts by,
SUNLIGHT and DARKNESS DARKNESS, both written by Jesse for the ELEPHANT MOUNTAIN
release that same year.
Having established legendary status with hit singles and albums, the three remaining
Youngbloods (Young, Banana and Bauer) launched their own Raccoon Records, and
released four albums between 1970 and 1972; the studio recordings, GOOD & DUSTY,
and HIGH ON A RIDGETOP; and two live recordings, ROCK FESTIVAL, and RIDE THE WIND.
Jesse returned to recording solo albums in 1972 and released TOGETHER, which entered
the Billboard Top 200 Album chart. In September 1973, Jesse released what many critics
claim is his solo masterpiece, SONG FOR JULI. That recording stayed on the Billboard Top
200 chart for nearly a year, and was followed onto the chart by LIGHT SHINE in 1974,