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This is one of my favorite cds....and I also found a Tshirt with the same logo. The Byrds when Gram Parsons was a member of the band; just a wonderful mix!!!Published 1 month ago by Claudia Kleppert
This is a fabulous record! The second incarnation of the Byrds is different, but no less intriguing. A great country offering that has been hugely influentional.Published 1 month ago by Erik L.
It's funny to think of this as the same band that did Turn! Turn! Turn, but the influence of Gram Parsons can't be minimized. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Danger
Gram Parsons and the steel guitar players make this a delightful album of supergroup proportions! Byrds are never better than here!Published 5 months ago by Dwight Rudd
"Sweetheart of the Rodeo" was a disastrous career move for the Byrds. At the time, their singles were no longer cracking the Top 40 playlist and album sales were plummeting. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ricardo Mio
Never would have thought this would come from the Byrds. Loved the bluegrass flavor folk music. The remake of Dylan's "you ain't goin nowhere is a great sing along.Published 8 months ago by John Glover
If you like classic 70s country rock you will like this work.
You can hear Gram parsons influence. Read more
what a classic album. the music is old and new - makes one want to close his eyes and sail down Magic Mountain again.Published 12 months ago by Alan I. Reed