Saturday, October 2, 2010

The Byrds - Live - Over 20 Years Old (Stockholm 1967<>Boston T.P.1969)


The Byrds:Stockholm 1967-Boston T.P. 1969, VERY RARE!
The Byrds aren't guaranteed to get under anybody's skin upon first listen. Okay, nobody's guaranteed, but with the Byrds, it just might take a little extra time to bridge the gap between their immense critical reputation and one's personal impression of them. When I first subjected myself to a general overview of the band via a best-of collection, I know I wasn't much impressed. The sound was pleasant enough, but it all seemed to stick together and it was a real chore to remember the melodies. But the Byrds are subtle. If anything, they were the first pop band to demonstrate that pop music can survive without hooks - at least, without obvious ones - by thriving directly on values like emotion...--->http://starling.rinet.ru/music/byrds.htm

1. 01 - Hey Joe (2:08)

2. 02 - My Back Pages (2:58)

3. 03 - Mr. Tambourine Man (2:15)

4. 04 - He Was a Friend of Mine (2:34)

5. 05 - So You Want to Be a Rock`n`roll Star (2:28)

6. 06 - Roll Over Beethoven (2:09)

7. 07 - You Ain`t Goin`nowhere (3:15)

8. 08 - Old Blue (3:34)

9. 09 - Goin` Back (3:46)

10. 10 - Get Out of My Life Woman (3:19)

11. 11 - Ballad of Easy Rider (2:39)

12. 12 - Jesus Is Just Alright (3:46)

13. 13 - Tulsa County Blues (3:31)

14. 14 - Mr. Spaceman (3:06)

15. 15 - Lay Lady Lay (3:24)

16. 16 - My Back Pages (5:50)

17. 17 - It`s All Over Now, Baby Blue (4:14)

18. 18 - Turn, Turn. Turn (1:55)

19. 19 - Mr. Tambourine Man (2:09)

20. 20 - Eight Miles High (4:51)
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