Tuesday, May 30, 2017

The Byrds – Tambourines And 12-Strings




The Byrds – Tambourines And 12-Strings

Gold Standard B-26-94-10 (Europe 1994)

Jim McGuinn, Gene Clark, David Crosby, Michael Clarke, Chris Hillman, Clarence White, John York, Gene Parsons

With Larry Knechtel, Jerry Cole, Leon Russell, Hal Blaine on tracks 1 and 16

Tracks 1-18 are alternate studio and rehearsal versions, recorded at Columbia Studios, Hollywood, California.
Tracks 19-20 were recorded at The Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, California, November 2, 1968.
Track 21 is an interview, recorded 1965.

1. I Knew I'd Want You (take 1) (instrumental) (2:09)
2. It's No Use (take 6) (2:22)
3. The Bells Of Rhymney (take 2) (3:35)
4. I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better (take 2) (2:30)
5. It Won't Be Wrong (take 8) (instrumental) (2:19)
6. The World Turns All Around Her (take 15) (instrumental) (2:12)
7. Satisfied Mind (instrumental) (2:53)
8. Set You Free This Time (takes 1-2-3-4-8) (instrumental) (4:14)
9. Stranger In A Strange Land (takes 1 & 2) (instrumental) (7:02)
10. Wait And See (take 24) (instrumental) (0:19)
11. Wait And See (takes 25 & 26) (instrumental) (3:17)
12. Oh Susanna (take 1) (instrumental) (3:15)
13. 5D (takes 1-7) (instrumental) (8:35)
14. 5D (take 12) (instrumental) (2:21)
15. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (takes 4 & 5) - 5D (instrumental (6:41)
16. Mr. Tambourine Man (takes 4-5-6) (instrumental) (6:39)
17. (I Think I'm) Goin' Back (3:47)
18. Don't Make Waves (2:02)
19. He Was A Friend Of Mine (live) (2:44)
20. My Back Pages - B.J. Blues - Baby, What You Want Me To Do (live) (6:17)
21. Byrds Chyrp (1:51)

Artwork Included (front, back, booklet, CD)

6 comments:

Rocking--Byrd said...

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Edwin Deas said...

Excellent!
Thank you.

Steve said...

An interesting collection, showcasing instrumental tracks and works-in-progress. Not something you can listen to for hours on end, but still interesting as glimpses into the world of recording. It's nice to see more original Byrds uploads after a long stretch of later Byrds concerts. Thanks, R--B.

david said...

great cd for it's time, and the package was nice as well. I believe it came out prior to the extensive Journals collection, from which these tracks, for the most part, were taken.

Mike said...

David, the tracks weren't "taken from Journals" as indeed this CD came out prior to Journals.

dino said...

Thanks a million!