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Hey Joe - The Byrds - Back Pages (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Photos on back cover dark and contrasty; back cover band logo, label logo, and LP title all slightly smeared, as if done by rubber stamp. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful [r].
  2. Also in , the Chicago-based garage-punk band Shadows Of Knight released a nearly six minute long rave-up version of the song on their second LP, Back Door Men. The Byrds included a recording of the song, titled "Hey Joe (Where You Gonna Go)", on their album, Fifth Dimension.
  3. The Byrds Fifth Dimension on Mono Vinyl LP By , the Byrds had powered up like a mammoth Atlas rocket boosting Astronauts into orbit around the Earth, with their third album, Fifth vensiliselogerfikilolantcartmo.xyzinfo amped-up new sound immediately dubbed raga-rock, due to the Byrds newfound fascination with the music of Ravi Shankar and John Coltrane, is best exemplified by "Eight Miles High," yet another.
  4. Dec 27,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Byrds "Hey Joe" (In Mono) YouTube How The Surfaris Wrote Wipe Out - Duration: Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum , views.
  5. The music is really quite good and their take of Hey Joe is unique. The rest of the songs and also quite good and none make for throw-away space fillers. Jim Pons does a fine job on the vocals and I think with better promotion, this album could have made them a lot bigger than they became.5/5(2).
  6. Country Joe & The Fish* / The Byrds / Moby Grape / Big Brother & The Holding Company: Country Joe & The Fish* / The Byrds / Moby Grape / Big Brother & The Holding Company - It Crawled Out Of The Vaults Of KSAN - Volume 3: Live At The Avalon Ballroom & 68 ‎ (LP) Go! Bop! GBKSLP: Europe: Sell This Version: Singles & EPs.
  7. g Audiophile Translucent Gold & Blue Vinyl Mastered by Friday Music's Joe Reagoso! Pressed at RTI! The Byrds were truly a gift to rock music fans all over the world. There will never be another collective of superstar talent like The Byrds.
  8. Folk-rock, always a Byrds staple, appears in the luscious form of "Wild Mountain Tyme" and "John Riley." "Hey Joe," soon to become a standard of shaggy-haired garage rock nation, is a standout, while "Mr. Spaceman," a brilliant, humorous blend of deep space .