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Young Rascals- I've Been Lonely Too Long

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Published on Feb 11, 2011

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Shane Anthony
This awesome band is a true gem to come out of the 60's. Felix Cavaliere is one of the greatest vocalist of all time imo. I love everything about his style, tone, and timber of his voice. He's so melodic and expressive too.
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Paul Willard
HERE IS MY SONG,,,ANY SINGLE GIRLS WANT ME?
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MrGandharva108
There is no such thing as, Blue Eyed Soul, Green Eyed Soul, Brown Eyed Soul, Purple Eyed Soul. SOUL is SOUL.
kevvome
These 4 guys remind me of Paul McCartney, Dennis Wilson (Beach Boys), Davy Jones (Monkees). and Howard Kaplan ( The Turtles). These guys were so very very talented with some brilliant harmonies. I loved ''Groovin''. I played it here half an hour ago and heard it for the first time in thirty years or so. Been chillin' since then listening to the sounds of a group I miss so much....along with my youth.
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Michael Allen
Felix is a damn genius. Love it !!!
Craig Donahue
Very soulful group, which is why I always thought they were Black!
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Yvonne Dette
Another great song 
Nicholas Maxwell
what a soulful voice. Felix had a sensational voice!
shellyboy9
The most unappreciated soul band.  I love them as much now as then.
sauquoit13456
On this day in 1967 {February 12th} the Young Rascals performed "I've Been Lonely Too Long" on the CBS-TV program 'The Ed Sullivan Show'... Three weeks earlier on January 22nd it entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position #79; and on March 26th it peaked at #16 {for 1 week} and spent 14 weeks on the Top 100... It reached #7 on the Canadian RPM Top Singles chart... Between 1965 and 1971 the quartet had eighteen Top 100 records; with six making the Top 10 and three reaching #1 {"Good Lovin'" for 1 week in 1966, "Groovin'" for 4 weeks in 1967, and "People Got To Be Free" for 5 weeks in 1968... With the first two #1s they were know as 'The Young Rascals', but by the time of their 3rd #1 it was simply 'The Rascals'... They had nine Top 100 records as 'The Young Rascals' and nine Top 100 records as 'The Rascals'...
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