The Byrds - All the Best
01- Mr. Tambourine Man 00:11
02- I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better 02:41
03- Spanish Harlem Incident 05:13
04- You Won't Have To Cry 07:11
05- Here Without You 09:19
06- The Bells of Rhymney 11:55
07- All I Really Want To Do 15:30
08- I Knew I'd Want You 17:34
09- It's No Use 19:48
10- Don't Doubt Yourself Babe 22:12
11- Chimes of Freedom 25:07
12- We'll Meet Again 29:03
The Byrds - All the Best (FULL ALBUM)
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The Byrds /bɜːrdz/ were an American rock band, formed in Los Angeles, California in 1964. The band underwent multiple lineup changes throughout its existence, with frontman Roger McGuinn (known as Jim McGuinn until mid-1967) remaining the sole consistent member, until the group disbanded in 1973. Although they only managed to attain the huge commercial success of contemporaries like the Beatles, the Beach Boys, and the Rolling Stones for a short period in the mid-60s, the Byrds are today considered by critics to be one of the most influential bands of the 1960s. Their signature blend of clear harmony singing and McGuinn's jangly twelve-string Rickenbacker guitar was immediately absorbed into the vocabulary of popular music and has continued to be influential up to the present day.
Initially, the band pioneered the musical genre of folk rock on their album Mr. Tambourine Man (1965), by melding the influence of the Beatles and other British Invasion bands with contemporary and traditional folk music. As the 1960s progressed, the band was influential in originating psychedelic rock and raga rock, with their song Eight Miles High and the albums Fifth Dimension (1966), Younger Than Yesterday (1967) and The Notorious Byrd Brothers (1968). They also played a pioneering role in the development of country rock, with the album Sweetheart of the Rodeo (1968) representing their fullest immersion into the genre.
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The Byrds - Turn! Turn! Turn!
The classic song from the 60s band The Byrds
The Byrds - Full Concert - 09/23/70 - Fillmore East
The Byrds - Full Concert
Recorded Live: 9/23/1970 - Fillmore East (New York, NY)
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0:00:00 - Introduction / Bill Graham Interview
0:02:53 - Jesus Is Just Alright
0:06:23 - Eight Miles High
The Byrds - Turn! Turn! Turn!
ONE OF THE MID-1960s BEST CONCERT FILMS. THE BIG TNT SHOW FEATURES LIVE PERFORMANCES BY JOAN BAEZ, THE BYRDS, RAY CHARLES AND THE RAY CHARLES ORCHESTRA, PETULA CLARK, BO DIDDLEY, DONOVAN, THE LOVIN' SPOONFUL, ROGER MILLER, THE MODERN FOLK QUARTET, THE RONETTES, IKE & TINA TURNER AND THE IKETTES, AND EMCEE DAVID MCCALLUM. GREAT BEATLEMANIA TYPE GIRLS SQUEALING WITH DELIGHT.
SHOW PRODUCED BY PHIL SPECTOR.
The Byrds - Eight Miles High - 9/23/1970 - Fillmore East
The Byrds - Eight Miles High
Recorded Live: 9/23/1970 - Fillmore East - New York, NY
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The Lost Broadcasts.
May 19, 1971
1. Chestnut Mare 1 (May 71)
2. Chestnut Mare 2 (May 71)
3. Eight Miles High (May 71)
4. Mr Tambourine Man (May 71)
5. Black Mountain Rag 1 (Oct 72)
6. Black Mountain Rag 2 (Oct 72)
7. Black Mountain Rag 3 (Oct 72)
8. So You Want to Be A Rock n Roll Star 1 (Oct 72)
9. So You Want to Be A Rock n Roll Star 2 (Oct 72)
The Byrds - Eight Miles High
Music video by The Byrds performing Eight Miles High (Audio). Originally released 1966. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
The Byrds - The Times They Are A Changin - 10/4/65
Wonderful & Retro vid from the band's second and final appearance on Hulla....
This is a pre-recorded backing track with live vocals. Unfortunately Gene & David's mics are mixed low, so we don't quite get the full Byrds Splendor as far as the harmonies go.
Listen to how the tape slows down during Crosby's close-up.
This and the Sullivan shows are the only colour footage that I know of from the Original 5.
Michael Landon being the host on this October evening, he was riding high on Bonanza at the time.
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The Byrds- Eight Miles High
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The Byrds - Ill Feel A Whole Lot Better
Music video by The Byrds performing I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better (Audio). Originally released 1965. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment.
The Byrds - Chimes Of Freedom
Music video by The Byrds performing Chimes Of Freedom (Audio). Originally released 1965. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment.
The Byrds - Have You Seen Her Face
Music video by The Byrds performing Have You Seen Her Face (Audio). Originally released 1966. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
The Times They Are A Changin' /Do You Believe In Magic.
The Byrds - Mr. Tambourine Man
Music video by The Byrds performing Mr. Tambourine Man (Audio). Originally released 1965. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment.
Boston Tea Party. Long Black Veil. 2/22/1969
The Byrds - Mr. Tambourine Man - 5/11/65
The Byrds third appearance on TV.
The band made their national televison debut just three days before this broadcast, 5/8/65 on Shivaree.
This is a very interesting video for many reasons.
First, Gene Clark is on a Fender Xll 12 string guitar (As opposed to Tambourine), Gene & David's vocal mics are not in the mix until the second chorus.
AND; the coolest anecdote of all:
If you listen carefully, you can hear Gene Clark's barritone vocal part in the second chorus during In the jingle jangle morning I'll come following you.
This part was NOT on the record; reason being is that Gene's vocals were on the same track as Leon Russell's electric piano, which was taken out of the mix.
The vocals here are LIVE, while the music is the recorded backing track.
Another noteworthy point; Roger McGuinn isn't even pretending to Sinc his guitar part correctly, by playing his famous Scruggsy picking style, but rather strumming in earnest. :-)
Watch Gene Clark butt in on Frankie Avalon!!
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The Byrds - I See You
Music video by The Byrds performing I See You (Audio). Originally released 1966. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
The Byrds. TNT Show
Live 10/19/1965. Turn! Turn! Turn!, Bells Of Rhymney, & Mr. Tambourine Man.
The Byrds - Fifth Dimension 1966
A1 5 D (Fifth Dimension) 2:32
A2 Wild Mountain Thyme 2:29
A3 Mr. Spaceman 2:08
A4 I See You 2:31
A5 What's Happening?!? 2:30
A6 I Come And Stand At Every Door 3:01
B1 Eight Miles High 3:35
B2 Hey Joe (Where You Gonna Go) 2:08
B3 Captain Soul 2:35
B4 John Riley 2:57
B5 2-4-2 Fox Trot (The Lear Jet Song) 2:08
The Byrds - Why
Music video by The Byrds performing Why (Audio). Originally released 1966. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
Don Henley Inducts the Byrds into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Don Henley inducts the Byrds into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1991.
The Byrds - Wasnt Born To Follow
Music video by The Byrds performing Wasn't Born To Follow (Audio). Originally released 1967. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
The Byrds Greatest Hits playlist || Best Songs Of The Byrds playlist
The Byrds Greatest Hits playlist || Best Songs Of The Byrds playlist (MP4/HD)
The Byrds w/Gram Parsons- Mr. Spaceman 1968
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The Byrds, You Aint Goin Nowhere ~ This Wheels On Fire, Los Angeles 9-28-68
First show w/ Clarence White after Gram Parsons left the Byrds, intro by Hugh Hefner...a couple of classic 1967 Dylan tunes (wheel co-written by RIck Danko)
The Byrds - I Am A Pilgrim
Music video by The Byrds performing I Am A Pilgrim (Audio). Originally released 1968. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
Roger McGuinn | The Byrds
Folk Den Project -
The Byrds -
The Byrds Perform Mr. Tambourine Man at the 1991 Inductions
The Byrds perform Mr. Tambourine Man at the 1991 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, when the group was inducted into the Hall of Fame.
My Back Pages with lyrics
Written by Bob Dylan, recorded by the Byrds
The Byrds You Aint Goin Nowhere
You Ain't Goin' Nowhere written by Bob Dylan in 1967 was recorded by The Byrds and released as a single on April 2, 1968, peaking at #74 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and featured Roger McGuinn as lead singer and Lloyd Green on pedal steel guitar. It was included on their sixth album, Sweetheart of the Rodeo released on August 30, 1968 on Columbia Records. In addition to Sweetheart of the Rodeo it also appears on several of compilation albums including The Best of The Byrds: Greatest Hits, Volume II, History of The Byrds, The Byrds Play Dylan, The Original Singles: 1967--1969, Volume 2, The Byrds, and There Is a Season. While the album was not a commercial success, it paved the way for Gram Parsons and Chris Hillman to form The Flying Burrito Brothers furthering the country-rock sound. This sound recording is administered by SME. I do not own the right to the song, audio, or images contained in this video. No copyright infringement is intended. This purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education not for monetary gain.
The Byrds - Captain Soul
Music video by The Byrds performing Captain Soul (Audio). Originally released 1966. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
THE BYRDS - This Wheels On Fire
THE BYRDS - You Aint Going Nowhere
The Byrds - My Back Pages
The Byrds So You Want To Be A Rock N Roll Star 1967 Stereo
The Byrds - So You Want To Be A Rock N Roll Star
Music video by The Byrds performing So You Want To Be A Rock 'N' Roll Star (Audio). Originally released 1966. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
The Byrds - Hey Joe
rec. May 17 - 1966
The Byrds:Eight Miles High
The Byrds - Live at Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco,
Old Blue 0:00
My Back Pages 3:24
Baby what you want me to do 6:04
Mr. Spaceman 10:31
Time Between 13:23
Goin Back 16:01
Blue Suede Shoes 20:27
He Was a Friend of mine 22:26
So You Want to be a rock and roll star (version 1) 25:22
Drugstore Truck Driving Man 27:56
This Wheels on Fire 33:13
Stanley's Song 38:22
Pretty Boy Floyd 41:34
Eight Miles High 45:32
You Don't Miss Your Water 51:25
So You Wanna be a rock and roll star (Version 2) 55:09
Hickory Wind 58:37
King Apathy III 1:02:37
Bad Night At The Whiskey 1:06:50
Nashville West 1:09:15
Roger Mcguinn: Lead 12 String Guitar, Lead Vocals
Clarence White: B-Bender Guitar, Harmony Vocals
John York: Lead Bass Guitar, Harmony Vocals
Gene Parsons: Drums, Harmony Vocals
Here's The Byrds at the Avalon Ballroom in San Francisco in 1968
This Bootleg is straight rip from my transmission impossible cd which is a three audio disc of Byrds Concerts, and this audio quality will be more better then the other videos of this concert on YouTube.
so my thoughts on this concert is that, this concert is really good, quite underrated i say, there's a lot of song here that the Byrds only play at that time and never again, (maybe if i'm wrong) like King Apathy III, Stanley's song and freaking Blue Suede Shoes.
so yeah here's my favorite songs in this very great bootleg.
Blue Suede Shoes
So you wanna be a rock and roll star
Eight Miles High
King Apathy III
The Byrds - All I Really Want To Do
The Byrds - All I Really Want To Do (Live 1965)
The Byrds -Roger McGuinns guitar style
Roger McGuinn discusses the application techniques of his 12 string guitar in various, now famous Byrds songs.
The Byrds - My Back Pages
My Back Pages, written by Bob Dylan, performed by The Byrds
The Byrds - Its Alright Ma - Ballad Of Easy Rider.wmv
The Byrds -Mr Spaceman
Song from album Fifth Dimension recorded at italian TV- Roger McGuinn - chitarra, banjo e voce David Crosby - chitarra, voce ,Chris Hillman - basso, voce - Michael Clarke - batteria(drum), voce
Easy Rider & The Byrds on Family guy
Meg and Chris rip on the byrds and easy rider
The Byrds - Everybodys Been Burned
Younger Than Yesterday
The Byrds - Life In Prison
Music video by The Byrds performing Life In Prison (Audio). Originally released 1968. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
The Byrds - Going Back
taken from.. The Byrds - Notorious Byrd Brothers
Gram Parsons/The Byrds Hickory Wind
Hickory Wind written by Gram Parsons and Bob Buchanan is from The Byrds' Sweetheart of the Rodeo album, released on August 30, 1968 on Columbia. The vocal is by Gram Parsons. The song would reappear in a live version on Gram Parsons' 1974 Reprise album, Grievous Angel with Emmylou Harris accompanying him on vocal. I do not own the right to the song, audio, or images contained in this video. This sound recording is administered by SME. No copyright infringement is intended. This purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education not for monetary gain.
The Byrds: Ballad of Easy Rider
From the movie, Easy Rider