The Byrds - The Very Best of The Byrds (1999)
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The Byrds - The Very Best of The Byrds (1999)

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Artist: The Byrds
Title: The Very Best of The Byrds
Year Of Release: 1999
Genre: Pop, Rock
Label: Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
Quality: MP3 CBR
Bitrate: Bitrate: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 56:30 Min
Total Size: 135,58 MB
Tracklist:
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. So You Want To Be A Rock 'n' Roll Star [2:06]
. Goin Back [3:28]
. Wild Montain Thyme [2:31]
. Nothing Was Delivered [3:22]
. Chimes Of Freedom [3:52]
. Draft Morning [2:45]
. I Come And Stand At Every Door [3:02]
. Artificial Energy [2:21]
. 5 D [2:35]
. You Ain't Going Nowhere [2:33]
. Renaissance Fair [1:52]
. Change Is Now [3:23]
. What's Happining !?! [2:33]
. Have You Seen Her Face [2:25]
. My Back Pages [3:10]
. Get To You [2:40]
. The Bells Of Rhymney [3:32]
. Eight Miles High [3:36]
. I See You [2:35]
. Natural Harmony [2:11]
The Byrds
The Byrds were a popular American rock band formed in Los Angeles, California in 1964.
They are considered one of the most important and influential bands of the 1960s. Their music bridged the gap between the socially and spiritually conscious folk music of Bob Dylan and the complex pop of The Beatles. Throughout their career they helped forge such subgenres as folk rock, raga rock, psychedelic rock, jangle pop, and – on their 1968 classic sweetheart of the rodeo – country rock inviting Gram Parsons on rhythm guitar. The original lineup consisted of Chris Hillman, David Crosby, Michael Clarke, Jim (Roger) McGuinn and Gene Clark. After several line-up changes (with lead singer/guitarist McGuinn as the only consistent member), they broke up in 1973.
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While the world was raving about the Beatles, their American counterpart were the Byrds. According to rock mythology, folk rock history set its very first step when Dave Crosby (later of CSN&Y), Gene Clark and Jim (later Roger) McGuinn were bitten by the bug called Bob Dylan. But Byrds were more. They were also: Roger's 12-string Rickenbacker and a propulsive 3-voice, 3-guitar aural assault. Hear for yourself on Mr Tambourine Man, Chimes of Freedom and My Back Pages.
More, the Byrds were not just a mere Dylan cover band. In an era dominated by British musical violence and innovation, the Byrds soared as high as any band could aspire to. Such later Byrds albums as Notorious Byrd Bros. and Sweetheart of the Rodeo set the scene for such bands as Flying Burrito Brothers.
Long after they were gone, such groups as Eagles , R.E.M. and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers have, while growing into their own repertoire, made overwhelmingly clear how much in debt they are to McGuinn's Byrds.
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