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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Crobbins, Sep 24, 2016.
(Thanks for posting that!)
SUCH a great Byrds tune. The bending, the ...restraint... what a fine version of the song.
That was on Easy Rider and was one of the first LPs I ever purchased. Got to hear some great, great stuff there... before I even began to know what I was hearing.
And the movie?- One of the first R-rated that I ever got into a theatre to see.
Iconic stuff from backintheday.
They don't make 'em like that no more! Said the geezer.
I don't care for that version, but I like Van Morrison's. (or maybe it's Them?)
This one was a top 10 hit in Australia
Grateful Dead, baby. And look what Bobby's playin'...
Lots of good versions, but this is my favorite (and I understand Dylan liked it too).
Replying to my own post...
So, this was in Amsterdam, and apparently unscheduled. Band's gear was on a plane back to the US, so they borrowed this stuff. Just goes to show. Tone is in the hands, not the ... Yamaha Strat copy Listen starting at 4:00...
love the 13th floor elevators version..love that whole album..easter everywhere..indeed!
another great version- the chocolate watchband
What would you get if you crossed these guys with the Strawberry Alarm Clock?
My two faves...Them is a close third.
Oh, yes, indeed! Saw the lads closing many a fine show with this version. Goosebumps every time.
This is a good one, too.
And in certain moods,
Bu the original, from Bringing It All Back Home...magic. Just love that dry, reverbed bass.
Yonder stands your orphan with his gun
Cryin' like a fire in the sun
The highway is for gamblers, better use your sense
Take what you have gathered
Now, that's a gift.
With Edgar Allan Poe on the drums behind Walt Whitman too!
That's not Edgar Allen Poe! It's Burt Reynolds.