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The Byrds - The Columbia Singles '65 -'67 (2002)

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The Byrds - The Columbia Singles '65 -'67 (2002)

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A1. Mr.Tambourine Man
A2. I Knew I'd Want You
A3. All I Really Want To Do
A4. I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better
A5. The Bells Of Rhymney
A6. Chimes Of Freedom
A7. She Don't Care About Time

B1. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
B2. The Times They Are A-Changin'
B3. Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is A Season)
B4. She Don't Care About Time
B5. Set You Free This Time
B6. It Won't Be Wrong
B7. He Was A Friend Of Mine

C1. Eight Miles High
C2. Why
C3. 5D (Fifth Dimension)
C4. Captain Soul
C5. Mr. Spaceman
C6. What's Happening?!?!
C7. So You Want To Be A Rock 'n' Roll Star
C8. Everybody's Been Burned

D1. My Back Pages
D2. Renaissance Fair
D3. Have You Seen Her Face
D4. Don't Make Waves
D5. Lady Friend
D6. Old John Robertson
D7. Goin' Back
D8. Change Is Now

Roger McGuinn – lead guitar, banjo, Moog synthesizer, vocals 
Gene Clark – tambourine, rhythm guitar, harmonica, vocals 
David Crosby – rhythm guitar, vocals
Michael Clarke – drums 
Chris Hillman – bass guitar, rhythm guitar, mandolin, vocals 


When “Mr. Tambourine Man” first rumbled out of car radio speakers in 1965, it was a pivotal moment in pop history.

With its jangling 12-string and epic sweep, it was the dawn of a new day: the birth of folk-rock. And the Byrds were just getting started. The next two years saw one hit after another, from the Biblical prophesies of “Turn, Turn, Turn” to the raga-rock of “Eight Miles High”, from the exotic orchestration of “So You Want To Be A Rock ‘N’ Roll Star” to the Byrds bringing it all back home with “My Back Pages.” Here they are again, 30 landmark recordings in their perfectly constructed, radio-friendly mono mixes: the forgotten rarities, withdrawn singles and, of course, all the original A and B-sides.

No one has ever had a stronger run of singles than did the Byrds in their prime. No one. --- bootlegzone.com

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