History Music / TheByrds

8th Sep '17 10:48:50 AM Ezclee4050
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* CoverAlbum: ''Sweetheart of the Rodeo'' comes close, with only two in-house songs, both by Gram Parsons ("Hickory Wind", "One Hundred Years from Now"). Along with the two requisite Dylan songs, it also featured covers of songs originally by Music/WoodyGuthrie ("Pretty Boy Floyd"), Music/GeorgeJones ("You're Still on My Mind), Music/MerleHaggard ("Life in Prison"), Music/GeneAutry ("Blue Canadian Rockies"), The Louvin Brothers ("The Christian Life"), Creator/StaxRecords artist William Bell ("You Don't Miss Your Water") and the traditional "I am a Pilgrim".

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* CoverAlbum: ''Sweetheart of the Rodeo'' comes close, with only two in-house songs, both by Gram Parsons ("Hickory Wind", "One Hundred Years from Now"). Along with the two requisite Dylan songs, it also featured covers of songs originally by Music/WoodyGuthrie ("Pretty Boy Floyd"), Music/GeorgeJones ("You're Still on My Mind), Mind"), Music/MerleHaggard ("Life in Prison"), Music/GeneAutry ("Blue Canadian Rockies"), The Louvin Brothers ("The Christian Life"), Creator/StaxRecords artist William Bell ("You Don't Miss Your Water") and the traditional "I am a Pilgrim".
8th Sep '17 10:47:14 AM Ezclee4050
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* CoverAlbum: ''Sweetheart of the Rodeo'' comes close, with only two in-house songs, both by Gram Parsons ("Hickory Wind", "One Hundred Years from Now"). Along with the two requisite Dylan songs, it also featured covers of songs originally by Music/WoodyGuthrie ("Pretty Boy Floyd"), Music/GeorgeJones ("You're Still on My Mind), Music/MerleHaggard ("Life in Prison"), Music/GeneAutry ("Blue Canadian Rockies"), The Louvin Brothers ("The Christian Life"), Creator/StaxRecords artist William Bell ("You Don't Miss Your Water") and the traditional "I am a Pilgrim".
* CoverSong: Usually several per album, particularly songs by Music/BobDylan.
22nd Aug '17 11:38:40 PM Ezclee4050
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* FilkSong: "Space Odyssey" is based on Creator/ArthurCClarke's ''The Sentinel'', rather than ''Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey'', since it was recorded a year or so before the film was released.

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* FilkSong: "Space Odyssey" is based on Creator/ArthurCClarke's ''The Sentinel'', "The Sentinel", rather than ''Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey'', since it was recorded a year or so before the film was released.
22nd Aug '17 11:15:21 PM Ezclee4050
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* CanonDiscontinuity: The 1973 reunion album ''Byrds'' is generally ignored in histories of the band, since it was poorly received at the time, the band largely [[CreatorBacklash disowned it]], and it was released on Asylum Records instead of Columbia, who controls the rest of their catalog.
19th Aug '17 6:27:09 PM Ezclee4050
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* FilkSong: "Space Odyssey" is based on Creator/ArthurCClarke's ''The Sentinel'', rather than ''Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey'', since it was recorded a year or so before the film was released.


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* NonAppearingTitle: "Lady Friend", "Space Odyssey", "Tiffany Queen".


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* WordSaladLyrics: Skip Battin was fond of writing songs like this.
6th Jun '17 12:31:29 PM Mdumas43073
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* ConceptAlbum: [=McGuinn=]'s initial plan for what would become ''Sweetheart Of The Rodeo'' was to record a double album that would showcase a history of American popular music, starting with early bluegrass and Appalachian music, then moving through country, jazz, R&B, rock, and finally culminating in electronic music played on the Moog synthesizer. The concept led [=McGuinn=] to look for a pianist with a jazz background, which was how Gram Parsons was recruited into the band.

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* ConceptAlbum: [=McGuinn=]'s initial plan for what would become ''Sweetheart Of The of the Rodeo'' was to record a double album that would showcase a history of American popular music, starting with early bluegrass and Appalachian music, then moving through country, jazz, R&B, rock, and finally culminating in electronic music played on the Moog synthesizer. The concept led [=McGuinn=] to look for a pianist with a jazz background, which was how Gram Parsons was recruited into the band.
6th Jun '17 12:30:49 PM Mdumas43073
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-->--"Turn! Turn! Turn!"

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-->--"Turn! -->-- "Turn! Turn! Turn!"
6th Jun '17 12:30:36 PM Mdumas43073
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* 1965 - ''Music/MrTambourineMan''
* 1965 - ''Turn! Turn! Turn!''
* 1966 - ''Fifth Dimension''
* 1967 - ''Younger Than Yesterday''
* 1968 - ''The Notorious Byrd Brothers''
* 1968 - ''Sweetheart of the Rodeo''
* 1969 - ''Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde''
* 1969 - ''Ballad of Easy Rider''
* 1970 - ''(Untitled)'' [[note]]The second half of the album was recorded in the studio[[/note]]
* 1971 - ''Byrdmaniax''
* 1971 - ''Farther Along''
* 1973 - ''Byrds''

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* 1965 - ''Music/MrTambourineMan''
* 1965 - ''Turn! Turn! Turn!''
* 1966 - ''Fifth Dimension''
* 1967 - ''Younger Than Yesterday''
* 1968 - ''The Notorious Byrd Brothers''
* 1968 - ''Sweetheart of the Rodeo''
* 1969 - ''Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde''
* 1969 - ''Ballad of Easy Rider''
* 1970 - ''(Untitled)'' [[note]]The second half of the album was recorded in the studio[[/note]]
* 1971 - ''Byrdmaniax''
* 1971 - ''Farther Along''
* 1973 - ''Byrds''



* 1970 - ''(Untitled)'' [[note]]The first half of the album was recorded live[[/note]]
* 2000 - ''Live at the Fillmore February 1969''
* 2008 - ''Live at Royal Albert Hall 1971''

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* 1970 - ''(Untitled)'' [[note]]The first half of the album was recorded live[[/note]]
* 2000 - ''Live at the Fillmore February 1969''
* 2008 - ''Live at Royal Albert Hall 1971''
6th Jun '17 12:28:32 PM Mdumas43073
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* Kevin Kelley - drums (1968, died 2002)

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* Kevin Kelley - drums (1968, died 2002)



* Clarence White - guitar, mandolin, lead vocals (19681973, died 1973)

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* Clarence White - guitar, mandolin, lead vocals (19681973, died 1973)
6th Jun '17 12:26:54 PM Mdumas43073
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[[caption-width-right:350:The classic line-up of The Byrds, From left to right: Chris Hillman, [[Music/CrosbyStillsNashAndYoung David Crosby]], Michael Clarke, Roger [=McGuinn=] and Gene Clark.]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:The [[caption-width-right:330:The classic line-up of The Byrds, From left to right: Chris Hillman, [[Music/CrosbyStillsNashAndYoung David Crosby]], Michael Clarke, Roger [=McGuinn=] and Gene Clark.]]]]



-->"Turn! Turn! Turn!"

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