January 15, 2011 by Post Team
Mustang Sally, The Rascals, Young Rascals, or if you want, have met several times over the years, but the strength of their career was relatively short, 1965-1972. They made their mark during this period of seven years, which led to their incorporation into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame in 1997.
Its fist two number one hit “Good Lovin’” and “Groovin” anchors the album. The first is up-tempo sixties rock / pop at its best and the second is a ballad feel good. When you add to such hits as “A Girl Like You,” “How can I be sure, and the album not only at the time,” One fine morning, “you achieve a memorable album.
“Come On Up” was one in the tradition of “Good lovin’” and although it cannot have appreciated his popularity, he was energetic and polished. “Mustang Sally”and” In The Midnight Hour “were issued on the cover songs from the album Young Rascals. They are excellent examples of why they were considered one of the leading practitioners white soul music. “Love is a beautiful thing” was originally published on the back of “You Better Run” single. It should have been the A side as it is polished and pop on a par with their best work.
There was also the gritty “I Is not Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore” and the poignant “Lonely Too Long”.
The Rascals merger created a joyful rock and soul that has stood the test of time. If you want to experience the Rascals at their best, get a copy of Time of Peace: The Rascals Greatest Hits. You will not be disappointed.
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