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  1. Kakora

    Jan 30,  · But put this SACD recording of 'The Byrds Greatest Hits' on any decent home audio system today and even aging ears will detect a depth and presence we'd not even have imagined now nearly 50 years ago. Unfortunately, the disc is not 'dual-layer' so standard CD /5().
  2. Faubar

    The Bells Of Rhymney is found on the album The Byrds [Box Set]. Found on more albums: Definitive Collection. The Byrds' Greatest Hits. The Byrds' Greatest Hits [Expanded] Mr. Tambourine Man.
  3. Nikozshura

    Late 70s greek reissue (english only rim text). Same sleeve as dutch The Byrds - Greatest Hits which is possibly a late 70s reissue too, and not earlier than , because of .
  4. Vosar

    The Byrds' recording of "The Bells of Rhymney" was committed to tape on April 14, , and released as part of the band's debut album, Mr. Tambourine Man. [2] [7] At the time of recording, the song was a relative newcomer to the Byrds' repertoire, having first been performed during the band's March , pre-fame residency at Ciro's nightclub on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles.
  5. Mataxe

    The Byrds' Greatest Hits is the first greatest hits album by the American rock band The Byrds and was released in August on Columbia Records. It is the top-selling album in The Byrds' catalogue and reached #6 on the Billboard Top LPs chart, but failed to break into the UK Albums Chart/5(52).
  6. Jutaur

    The Byrds' Greatest Hits is thirty-two minutes and seventeen seconds long. The original album was released on August 7, and reached #6 on the US Billboard Album charts. The cassette version was released on December 15, It features their top hits from ; though two of the ten songs on this cassette did not chart/5(16).
  7. Akikree

    Jan 17,  · The Byrds: "Bells of Rhymney" Rickenbacker /12 C63 & Vox AC30 - Duration: modfather 44, views. Heart - Stairway to Heaven Led Zeppelin.
  8. Kazilkree

    The Byrds' recording of "The Bells of Rhymney" was committed to tape on April 14, , and released as part of the band's debut album, Mr. Tambourine Man. [2] [7] At the time of recording, the song was a relative newcomer to the Byrds' repertoire, having first been performed during the band's March , pre-fame residency at Ciro's nightclub.

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