the young souls
quit waiting for tomorrow to come
stripped down to their bare bones, the young souls burn brilliant over minimal arrangements.
the nothing that is known about the young souls corresponds perfectly to the band's brief existence, during which it never even eked out a single release. their bid to leave a recorded legacy was left to producer/manager earl wiley, who commissioned a demo session to capture several of his own compositions. 'quit waiting for tomorrow to come' is a mid-tempo stepper guaranteed to instantly earn its spot in discerning deejay play boxes, while 'puppet on a string' fulfils the tasteful group harmony ballad prerequisite.