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  1. Although this CD purports to be the Byrds, most these recordings are actually unreleased recordings by Gene Clark, John York and Pat Robinson. In some circles, these songs are referred to as CRY recordings. Those sessions appear to be from the mid-'80s. Some of the recordings are apparently by an unrelated band/5(2).
  2. Feb 01,  · It is SO Gene Clark, and I can not hear it without the shivers running down my akinosbramuroadorana.infoinfo songs on this album sung by Gene (only nine alas!) are all mesmerizing. There are two covers among them: Tell It Like It Is (a hit by Don Johnson in the seventies I believe) and You Better Move On (sung before by The Rolling Stones)/5(6).
  3. The album was released on March 5, to generally positive reviews, but in America became the lowest-charting album of the Byrds' career, peaking at number on the Billboard album charts. However the album fared much better in the UK, where it attracted glowing reviews and reached number []Genres: Rock, pop, folk rock, psychedelia, raga .
  4. The Byrds - Mr. Tambourine Man [Full Album] MinamuTV; 12 videos; 31, views; Last updated on Jan 19, Sign in to YouTube. Sign in. The Byrds - Mr. Tambourine Man by DeutschMatheLehrer. The Byrds - I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better (Audio) by TheByrdsVEVO. The Byrds, "Spanish Harlem Incident" by Queenigma. The Byrds - You.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Byrds-The Album - The Byrds on AllMusic - You Better Move On. The Byrds. Amazon: One More Two Time. The Byrds. Amazon: You Just Love Cocaine. The Byrds.
  6. Untitled) is the ninth album by the American rock band the Byrds and was released in September on Columbia Records (see in music). It is a double album, with the first LP featuring live concert recordings from early , and with the second disc consisting of new studio recordings. The album represented the first official release of any live.
  7. 8: 8. The Byrds Byrds () It's very evident from even a cursory listen to "Byrds" that two of the members were more enthusiastic about the reunion than the others: Gene Clark, who contributes the best material, and David Crosby, whose style and production stamp is all over the album.

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