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Spanish Harlem Incident - The Byrds - Mr. Tambourine Man (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Mr. Tambourine Man on Discogs/5(2).
  2. Mr. Tambourine Man, an Album by The Byrds. Released in on Columbia (catalog no. CL ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Folk Rock, Pop Rock.
  3. Dec 03,  · Track 3 from their album "Mr. Tambourine Man" (21 June ). Composed by Bob Dylan.
  4. The Byrds burst upon an already fertile pop/rock music scene in the spring of with a stunning retooling of Bob Dylan's "Mr. Tambourine Man" that changed everything. The debut album of the same name that followed, featuring mindblowing folk-rock gems like "The Bells Of Rhymney," "I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better" and "Chimes Of Freedom," was so aromatically .
  5. The Byrds Mr. Tambourine Man - gm US vinyl LP album (LP record) Tracklisting / Additional Info: A1 Mr. Tambourine Man A2 I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better A3 Spanish Harlem Incident A4 You Won't Have To Cry A5 Here Without You A6 The Bells Of Rhymney A7 She Has A Way B1 All I Really Want To Do B2 I Knew I'd Want You B3 It's No Use B4 Don't Doubt.
  6. May 08,  · The first Byrds album was released in June of and it included the band's first single Mr. Tambourine Man with I Knew I'd Want You which had been released a couple of months earlier. For the single, producer Terry Melcher brought in studio musicians from L.A.'s famous Wrecking Crew to play all the instruments except for the 12 string guitar /5().
  7. A1: Mr. Tambourine Man: A2: I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better: A3: Spanish Harlem Incident: A4: You Won't Have To Cry:
  8. Buy Mr. Tambourine Man. In mid , The Byrds released a debut album comprised partially of contemporary folk covers, partially of original songs, and fully of their signature folk-rock misadicvihercevacpyewatchcomdami.coinfo Tambourine Man instantly made the group famous as an American counter-point to the the dominance of the mids British Invasion, led by the Beatles. This album features four reinterpretations of.

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