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BYRDS (Official Thread)

Discussion in '60's Music' started by METALPRIEST, Mar 7, 2011.

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    Many Byrds contemporaries absolutely adored the first five records up to the glorious insights of the "Notorious" package,but abandoned keeping up with the bands' releases when they evolved into early renditions of country-rock.Anyone here a particular fan of this change of direction for the Hall of Fame combo?
     
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    And a lot of people see Sweatheart of the Rodeo as one of the very first of the Country Rock era.
    Along with the Band's first album.
    A lot of bands followed suit. The Dead went country shortly after.
    Dylan did Nashville Skyline.

     
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    For any more specific inquiries on the matter,one can reach post Crosby era Byrds bassist John York at [email protected].....
     
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    I have all the albums on CD including the 1973 Reunion Album as well as their performance at Fillmore 1969 which they did just after their release of Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde. I also have an extended edition of what was initially the Preflyte album which was released and some Byrd Parts Vol 1 & 2 which uncovered some interesting material.

    I haven't got The Byrds at the Royal Albert Hall or the Byrds Box Set (The Byrds Collection) or "Never Before" or "The Byrds Play Dylan" despite wondering what sounds could The Byrds get from a Dylan. :huh:
     

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