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Youngbloods

Elephant Mountain

Youngbloods Elephant Mountain
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Elephant Mountain, the magnetic third album by the Youngbloods, is commonly looked upon as the pinnacle of the legendary Bay Area combos abundant eight-year career. From its spine chilling opening trackthe strains of a somber Appalachian fiddle permeating Darkness, Darknessthe listener is inexorably sucked into psychedelic quicksand by the haunting vocals of Jesse Colin Young, whose plaintive cry to hide the constant yearning for things that cannot be proves mournfully irresistible. In addition to Youngs songwriting masterpiece, the 1969 album also spotlights a sharp, country-rocking vocal duet (Smug) by Young and recently-departed singer Jerry Corbitt, as well as the jazzy interplay between electric keyboard whiz Banana and the locked-in groove of drummer Joe Bauer during magical instrumental On Sir Francis Drake. More songwriting gems loom like sacred totems on this landmark longplayer, including Youngs signature ballads Sunlight, Quicksand and Ride the Wind. Its the Youngbloods at the top of their game, indelibly writing their names in the ledger of consummate San Francisco rock n roll.
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