“Misty” The Young Hearts

An R&B vocal group from Los Angeles, California, USA. Original members were Ronald Preyer, Charles Ingersoll, Earl Carter, and James Moore. The Young Hearts were typical of the falsetto-lead stand-up vocal groups that populated the R&B scene of the late 60s and early 70s.

Their impact was purely on the R&B charts, getting moderate hits with ‘I’ve Got Love For My Baby’ (number 19 R&B) in 1968 for the Minit subsidiary of Imperial Records, and ‘Wake Up And Start Standing’ (number 48 R&B) in 1974 for 20th Century. A stay at ABC Records in 1977 produced an album and several singles that did nothing, and the group faded after that. allmusic.com

12 thoughts on ““Misty” The Young Hearts

  1. These are some great tunes. Thanks for the memories my friend. Sending you love, hugs and fairy dust for the weekend. Hugs 🤗 Joni

    1. Thank you for listening, Joni! The songs go well with a icy-cold brew. The fairy dust is like carob powder. Thanks! Massive Hugs!! 🍮🍮💞🎼

      1. Good to know and glad glad you enjoyed the fairy dust. It is an acquired taste, just like music. Hope you are rocking out to some great tunes and have a great Sunday. Love and hugs my friend. ❤️🤗🥰😘☕️☕️☕️🧚‍♀️🧚🏻

          1. Yea, expect a fun day because your going to
            have one. Yea!!!! Going to celebrate with a cup of coffee. ☕️☕️☕️😘🤗

          2. I start my morning ever day with coffee. It is a treat still after all these years smelling the coffee. Yippee!!!!! Love ya my friend ❤️🤗☕️☕️

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