Monday, January 30, 2017

The Byrds – Journals – Vol. 5




 

The Byrds – Journals – Vol. 5

CEDREM CD-85 (U.K. 1994)

24kt Gold Plated Disc

Jim McGuinn (guitar, vocals)
Gene Clark (guitar, tambourine, vocals)
David Crosby (guitar, vocals)
Chris Hillman (bass, vocals)
Michael Clarke (drums)

Journals is a 9 CD (4 double CDs and 1 single CD) set housed in a 12” x 12” golden metallic box.

1. Set You Free This Time (0:16)
2. Set You Free This Time (0:10)
3. Set You Free This Time (0:14)
4. Set You Free This Time (5:42)
5. Set You Free This Time (0:52)
6. Set You Free This Time (3:52)
7. Set You Free This Time (0:21)
8. Set You Free This Time (0:38)
9. Set You Free This Time (4:07)
10. Set You Free This Time (0:20)
11. Set You Free This Time (0:09)
12. Set You Free This Time (3:54)
13. Set You Free This Time (0:39)
14. Set You Free This Time (0:13)
15. Set You Free This Time (0:27)
16. Set You Free This Time (1:00)
17. Set You Free This Time (1:05)
18. Set You Free This Time (3:34)
19. Set You Free This Time (1:52)
20. Set You Free This Time (0:28)
21. Set You Free This Time (0:18)
22. Set You Free This Time (3:55)
23. Set You Free This Time (0:19)
24. Set You Free This Time (0:31)
25. Set You Free This Time (1:39)
26. Set You Free This Time (5:57)
27. Set You Free This Time (0:44)
28. Set You Free This Time (0:15)
29. Set You Free This Time (0:56)
30. Set You Free This Time (2:42)
31. Set You Free This Time (3:59)
32. Set You Free This Time (0:19)
33. Set You Free This Time (0:23)
34. Set You Free This Time (0:27)

Fresh CD rip and freshly scanned artwork included (front, back, CD) (January 2017) from my original box bought in 1994 from Midnight Records in New York

Images of box, insert and 32 page booklet scans (12” x 12”) included with Vol. 9

5 comments:

Rocking--Byrd said...

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Edwin Deas said...

Many Thanks Rocking-Byrd

Kevin Lockley said...

Thank you very much once again for this fascinating insight into the Byrds creative process. Melcher was for me the then, sixth Byrd and his attention to detail and handling of these people was really skilful. The myth that they were poor in the studio and needed session men is really busted by theses sessions. Thanks again ,kevin

James Kelly said...

Rocking--Byrd, Thanks again! what more can I say

Cheers, Jim

david said...

Would concur with Kevin's observations.