The Younghearts

Taste of the Younghearts

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The L.A. group's second LP for 20th Century Records received a little more recognition than their first for the label and spawned one smallish hit, "Wake Up and Start Standing" (which went to number 48 on the R&B charts), written by Charles Ingersoll, Ron Preyer, and Bobby Solomon -- the Younghearts -- who wrote most of the tracks, some with producer Vernon Bullock; a smoother than the original remake of Junior Walker & the All Stars' "What Does It Take to Win Your Love"; and creamy ballads รก la "You're Not Here With Me." The title track is an instrumental group theme, which was popular at the time; the Dramatics, the Delfonics, and a few other groups had special themes.

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