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    Main » 2010 » April » 30 » the Byrds - 1965 - Mr.Tambourine Man
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    the Byrds - 1965 - Mr.Tambourine Man
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    Original album tracks:

    "Mr. Tambourine Man": Bob Dylan Rec. date: January 20, 1965
    "I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better": Gene Clark Rec. date: April 14, 1965
    "Spanish Harlem Incident": Bob Dylan Rec. date: April 14, 1965
    "You Won't Have To Cry" Gene Clark & Jim McGuinn Rec. date: April 14, 1965
    "Here Without You": Gene Clark Rec. date: April 22, 1965
    "The Bells of Rhymney": Music by Pete Seeger; lyrics adapted by Pete Seeger from a poem by Idris Davies Rec. date: April 14, 1965
    "All I Really Want To Do": Bob Dylan Rec. date: March 8, 1965
    "I Knew I'd Want You": Gene Clark Rec. date: January 20, 1965
    "It's No Use": Gene Clark & Jim McGuinn Rec. date: April 14, 1965
    "Don't Doubt Yourself, Babe": Jackie DeShannon Rec. date: April 22, 1965
    "Chimes of Freedom": Bob Dylan Rec. date: April 22, 1965
    "We'll Meet Again": R. Parker and H. Charles Rec. date: April 14, 1965

    1996 Bonus Tracks:

    "She Has A Way": Rec. date: March 8, 1965 Previously unissued version with vocal overdub/take 2
    "I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better"(alternate version): Rec. date: April 14, 1965 Previously unissued version with alternate vocal track/take 2
    "It's No Use" (alternate version): Rec. date: March 8, 1965 Previously unissued version with alternate lead guitar overdub
    "You Won't Have To Cry" (alternate version): Rec. date: April 14, 1965 Previously unissued version with alternate vocal track/take 2
    "All I Really Want To Do" (single version): Rec. date: March 8, 1965 Different version, also mono, used on single.
    "You and Me" (instrumental): Jim McGuinn, Gene Clark and David Crosby Rec. date: March 8, 1965 Previously unissued backing track/take 13

    The Byrds v. 1.0
    Jim McGuinn: vocals, 12 string lead guitar, 6 string guitar
    Gene Clark: vocals, tambourine
    David Crosby: vocals, 6 string guitar, some 12 string guitar
    Chris Hillman: bass
    Michael Clarke: drums, percussion
    Except:
    On "Mr. Tambourine Man" and "I Knew I'd Want You": Jim McGuinn: vocals, 12 string guitar; Gene Clark: vocals; David Crosby: vocals; Leon Russell: electric keyboards; Jerry Cole: rhythm guitar; Larry Knechtel: bass; Hal Blaine: drums

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