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Byrds is the twelfth and final studio album by the American rock band The Byrds and was released in March 1973 on Asylum Records (see 1973 in music). It was recorded as the centerpiece of a reunion between the five original members of The Byrds: Roger McGuinn, Gene Clark, David Crosby, Chris Hillman, and Michael Clarke. The last time that all five members had worked together as The Byrds was in 1966, prior to Gene Clark's departure from the band
Farther Along is the eleventh album by the American rock band the Byrds and was released in November 1971 on Columbia Records (see 1971 in music). For the most part, the album was recorded and produced by the Byrds themselves in London, England, over the course of five work-intensive days in July 1971. It was quickly released as a reaction to the commercial failure of the Byrds' previous album, Byrdmaniax, and as an attempt to stem the criticism that album was receiving in the music press.
The Byrds were an American rock band that were formed in Los Angeles, California in 1964. The bulk of the band's releases were issued on Columbia Records or its subsidiaries, with a notable exception being their final studio album from 1973. This final album, titled Byrds, and its accompanying singles ("Full Circle", "Things Will Be Better", and "Cowgirl in the Sand") were all released on Asylum Records
In the Beginning is a compilation album by the American folk rock band the Byrds and was released in August 1988 by Rhino Records. It features demo recordings made during 1964, before the band became famous. In the Beginning compiles demos, some of which were previously unreleased, that were recorded during 1964 at World Pacific Studios in Los Angeles, before the band had secured a recording contract with Columbia Records.
The Byrds Play Dylan is the name of two different compilation albums by the American rock band the Byrds, one released in 1979 and the other issued in 2002. Neither version of the album reached the charts in the United States or the United Kingdom.
Ballad of Easy Rider is the eighth album by the American rock band the Byrds and was released in November 1969 on Columbia Records (see 1969 in music). The album was named after the song "Ballad of Easy Rider", which had been written by the Byrds' guitarist and singer, Roger McGuinn (with help from Bob Dylan), as the theme song for the 1969 film, Easy Rider
Complete your Buddy Rich collection. Great to hear Buddy in a more 'soul jazz' mood, showing off his usual crazy syncopation throughout, and in full big band mode on 'Jumpin' at the Woodside' but the versions of Chameleon & Sierra Lonely really deliver for the crate diggers. Side two takes us through lounge, hard bop & a nice relaxed swing. Totally worth a punt! Reply Notify me 2 Helpful.
Very Live at Buddy's Place is a jazz septet album by drummer Buddy Rich recorded in 1974 and released on the Groove Merchant Records label. LP side A. "Chameleon" (Herbie Hancock) – 4:52. Jumpin' at the Woodside" (Count Basie, Jon Hendricks) – 7:20. Sierra Lonely" (Manny Albam) – 6:21. LP side B. "Cardin Blue" (Rich) – 9:51. Nica's Dream" (Horace Silver) – 6:38. Billie's Bounce" (Charlie Parker) – 6:00. Anthony Jackson – bass. Kenny Barron – piano. Michael Abene – piano.