The Byrds Show Part 2
The Byrds Show
Part Two 1965-1969
with dj bennett and author Domenic Priore
Recorded 7 September 2010 at killradio
128k, 2 hours. In part two of our three part Byrds survey, Domenic Priore and dj bennett of The Chill Room go from the Byrds' biggest hit "Turn! Turn! Turn!" through 1969, with the personnel changes and the branching out that shows how important the Byrds were to the L.A. and international music scene.
The Byrds 1965: David Crosby, Chris Hillman, Jim McGuinn, Michael Clarke, Gene Clark -- the classic original lineup
All performances by The Byrds unless otherwise noted. Turn! Turn! Turn! / Bells of Rhymney / The World Turns All Around Her / Chimes of Freedom / Change Is Now (mono lp) / Draft Morning / Wasn't Born to Follow / Tribal Gathering / Lady Friend / Triad / Joni Mitchell-The Dawn Treader / Clarence White-Grandma Funderbunk's Music Box/ Clarence White-Tango for a Sad Mood / Gosdin Brothers-Catch the Wind / International Submarine Band-Luxury Liner / Don't Make Waves / David Grusin Candy OST-Ascension to Virginity / You Ain't Goin' Nowhere / Hickory Wind / My Back Pages, Baby What You Want Me to Do (live in Rome 1968) / Lazy Days / This Wheel's on Fire / Bad Night at the Whisky / Moog Raga / Roger McGuinn (with Clarence White and Gene Parsons) Easy Rider OST-It's All Right Ma I'm Only Bleeding, Ballad of Easy Rider
Presented for educational purposes.
One note: The guitar solo on "Change Is Now" is by Roger McGuinn. Clarence White plays the country guitar. (Just to be correct to the facts.)