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Tracklist

Younger Girl
It Just Won't Be That Way
Gone For A While
Children And Flowers
Everything But Time
Come Back On A Rainy Day
Mr Dieingly Sad
I Wear A Silly Grin
Best Love You'll Ever Have
Forever Or No More
He'll Make You Cry
Blow My Mind

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KL-1485 The Critters Younger Girl ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Kapp Records KL-1485 US 1966
12.618 The Critters Jovencita ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Kapp Records, ANTAR 12.618 Uruguay 1966
KS-3485 The Critters Younger Girl ‎(LP, Album) Kapp Records KS-3485 US 1966
KL 1485 The Critters Younger Girl ‎(LP, Album) Kapp Records KL 1485 Canada 1966
KS-3485 The Critters Younger Girl ‎(LP, Album) Kapp Records KS-3485 US 1966
CKLD 4014 The Critters Younger Girl ‎(LP, Album) Kapp Records CKLD 4014 France 1966
KS-3485 The Critters Younger Girl ‎(LP, Album) Kapp Records KS-3485 Canada 1966
KL-1485 The Critters Younger Girl ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Kapp Records KL-1485 US 1966
KL-1485 The Critters Younger Girl ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Kapp Records KL-1485 Canada 1966
KL-1485 The Critters Younger Girl ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Hol) Kapp Records KL-1485 US 1966
KL 1485 The Critters Younger Girl ‎(LP, Album, Promo) Kapp Records KL 1485 US 1966
CSJ 434, CSJ-434 The Critters Younger Girl ‎(LP, Album) 中聲, 中聲 CSJ 434, CSJ-434 Taiwan 1967
HAR 8302 The Critters Younger Girl ‎(LP, Album, Mono) London Records HAR 8302 UK 1967
CSJ 434, CSJ-434 The Critters Younger Girl ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial, Red) 中聲, 中聲 CSJ 434, CSJ-434 Taiwan 1967
MVCE-22012 The Critters Younger Girl ‎(CD, Album, RE) Universal MVCE-22012 Japan 1997
UICY-76765 The Critters Younger Girl ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE) Geffen Records UICY-76765 Japan 2014
ZA.6291 The Critters Younger Girl ‎(LP, Album) London Records ZA.6291 South Africa Unknown
40.339 The Critters Younger Girl ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Mocambo 40.339 Brazil Unknown

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Younger Girl
Written-By – Sebastian*
B Gone For Awhile
Arranged By [Uncredited] – Artie RippWritten-By – Ciccone*, Ryan*

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Kapp Records
  • Manufactured By – The Decca Record Company Limited
  • Published By – Robbins Music
  • Published By – Robert Mellin

Credits

  • Producer [Uncredited] – Artie Ripp

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): MSV.7543
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): MSV.7544
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout (Stamped) Side A): 45-MSV-7543-1C
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout (Stamped) Side A): 45-MSV-7544-1C
  • Rights Society: GEMA / BIEM / NCB
  • Other (U.K. Tax Code): K/T

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
K-752 The Critters Younger Girl ‎(7", Single) Kapp Records K-752 US 1966
K-4078 The Critters Younger Girl / Gone For Awhile ‎(7", Single) Kapp Records K-4078 Australia 1966
1.144 The Critters Younger Girl / Gone For Awhile ‎(7", Single) Mocambo , Kapp Records 1.144 Brazil Unknown
K-752 The Critters Younger Girl / Gone For Awhile ‎(7", Single) Kapp Records K-752 Netherlands 1966
HLR 10047 The Critters Younger Girl ‎(7", Single, Promo) London Records, London American Recordings HLR 10047 UK 1966


The Critters - Younger Girl mp3 download
Performer: The Critters
Genre: Rock
Title: Younger Girl
Country: US
Released: 1966
Style: Garage Rock, Folk Rock, Pop Rock
MP3 version ZIP size: 1256 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1447 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 138
Other Formats: VQF ADX MP1 AHX DTS AAC VOX

blodrayne
If you wanna hit of some of the finest sugarcoated psychedelic laced classics from a rather confusing time, then look no further than The Critters ... a fanciful hypnotic low dose of sunshine, scattered leaves in the wind, silly grins, and brilliant meaningless harmonies, all designed to support high end youth fashion, rather than the actual counter culture. And it wasn’t just The Critters who were out there developing well crafted arrangements, bands like They Byrds [consider “Goin’ Back], The Jefferson Airplane [think “Comin’ Back To Me”] Jackie DeShannon, The Cyrkly [with “Red Rubber Baller], The Box Tops, The Lovin’ Spoonful, and yes, The Beach Boys, were producing a fine assortment of mid-tempo stylish layered vocals and swinging jangling cascading harmonies that for a moment in time during 1966, defined a dividing musical line that separated and melded the rather innocuous past with the new guard, and the new sense of culture. And while these AM friendly unoffending tracks would never rise to the level of “Good Vibrations” or “White Rabbit,” they did fill a need, and were certainly a stepping stone that The Mamas and Paps couldn’t resist, while reshaping the message and tailoring the personal nature of the songs to the point where there had to come a time when a comprehensive cohesive look back at these disregarded gems needed to take place ... and if you’re on that journey, this is the place to begin.I’m by no means suggesting that all of the songs found on this album are first rate, as the band certainly attempts to be all things to all people; and that may just be their biggest failing. Their other downfall was filler, and this I’m sure was no fault of the band, rather the fault of management, wanting to do the more is more thing, rather than concentrating on what The Critters did best, finding a way of capturing rather immature idealized sentimentality and pubescent school age prose of lost love, idealism, pain and longing ... and all in songs that sparkle at under two and a half minutes. This was innocence that lasted for but a moment, and while their time was brief, their influence should be considered with open arms, rather than dismissed with the wave of a hand.Review by Jenell Kesler