A term used to describe how a person dances.
The Rascals move into the era of psychedelia with a vengeance on this album -- the best of their entire history -- which also retains a soulful core and adds a bit of a Latin beat. The original album on Atlantic was a monster seller thanks to the title track, practically the group's signature tune (number one on the pop charts, number three on R&B), but "Groovin'" was only one small strong.
About Groovin' "Groovin" is a single released in by the Young Rascals that became a number-one hit and one of the group's signature songs. Written by group members Felix Cavaliere and Eddie Brigati and with a lead vocal from Cavaliere, it is a slow, relaxed groove, based on Cavaliere's newfound interest in Afro-Cuban music.
The record company executives who worked on "Groovin'" didn't particularly like the song, but as they listened to the playback, influential New York DJ Murray the K overheard it and pronounced it a #1 record. Unbeknownst to the group, Murray went to Atlantic Records president Jerry Wexler and demanded it be released. As the program manager and.
groove (gro͞ov) n. 1. A long narrow furrow or channel. 2. The spiral track cut into a phonograph record for the stylus to follow. 3. Slang A settled routine: got into the groove of a nine-to-five job. 4. Slang A situation or an activity that one enjoys or to which one is especially well suited: found his groove playing bass in a trio. 5. Slang A very.
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