Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Barry McGuire & John York - Trippin' The 60s - The Netherlands June 2011

Barry McGuire & John York – Trippin’ The 60s

De Boerderij, Zoetemeer, The Netherlands – June 18, 2011

1. Intro (0:48)
2. Green Green (6:19)
3. The Times They Are A-Changin' + Blowin' In The Wind (4:21)
4. Mr Tambourlne Man + Turn Turn Turn (6:19)
5. Eve Of Destruction (7:39)
6. Califomia Dreamin' (2:23)
7. Monday Monday (2:56)
8. Creeque Alley (6:21)
9. San Francisco (4:25)
10. Dolphins (4:05)
11. Everybody's Talkin' (5:31)
12. Daydream (5:04)
13. Hair (3:30)
14. Barry talking (2:44)
15. Do You Believe In Magic (6:04)
16. Reason To Believe (3:21)
17. If I Were A Carpenter (7:50)
18. City Of New Orleans (8:33)
19. Woodstock - Dancing In The Street (8:55)
20. Frozen (Madonna) (10:15)
21. In My Life (5:04)
22. Take Me Home, Country Roads (4:18)

Artwork Included

5 comments:

david said...

RB,
very cool show; thanks! John York is so under appreciated. The Byrds would have been much better had he stayed and played a more intregal part in them.

Steve said...

David, I'm not so sure about York. He was a fine bass player, and not a bad lead singer, and when I saw him with the group around 1968 or so he seemed to fit in. But what songs did he write? Fido and Candy (along with McGuinn). Not much to recommend. What the latter Byrds needed was more songwriters, and Skip Battin, like him or not, wrote or co-wrote some 10 songs in 3 albums. I doubt York would have been as prolific had he stayed.

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