This is a Random Album Generator.
One album a day.
From the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.

Mr. Tambourine Man

The Byrds

1965

Buy At Rough Trade
Mr. Tambourine Man
Album Summary

Mr. Tambourine Man is the debut studio album by the American rock band the Byrds and was released on June 21, 1965, by Columbia Records. The album is characterized by the Byrds' signature sound of Jim McGuinn's 12-string Rickenbacker guitar and the band's complex harmony singing. The material on the album mostly consists of cover versions of folk songs, primarily composed by Bob Dylan, and originals written or co-written by singer Gene Clark. Along with the Dylan-penned single of the same name, Mr. Tambourine Man established the band as an internationally successful act and is widely regarded by critics as representing the first effective American challenge to the chart dominance of the Beatles and other British Invasion bands during the mid-1960s.The album was also influential in popularizing the musical subgenre known as folk rock, by melding intelligent lyrical content with electric guitars and a rock backbeat. The term "folk rock" was first coined by the American music press to describe the Byrds' sound in mid-1965, around the same time that the Mr. Tambourine Man album was released. The band's hybrid of a British Invasion beat, jangly guitar playing, and poetic or socially conscious lyrics influenced a number of acts in the mid-1960s and has also been influential on successive generations of musicians.The album peaked at number 6 on the Billboard Top LPs chart and reached number 7 in the United Kingdom. It is the band's most successful album on either chart. The "Mr. Tambourine Man" single was released ahead of the album in April 1965 and reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and the UK Singles Chart. A second single, "All I Really Want to Do", also a Dylan cover, was moderately successful in the U.S., but fared better in the UK, where it reached the top ten.

Wikipedia

Rating

3.23

Votes

10416
Genres
Rock
Folk
Psychedelic Rock

Reviews

Like a review? Give it a thumb up to help us display relevant reviews!
Sort by: Top Date
View Author
Thu May 27 2021
3

Always been a bit confused by The Byrds..... do they really deserve reverence for being a band that took Dylan songs and made them janglier?

👍
View Author
Mon Apr 18 2022
5

What a great debut album with an electrifying distinctive original sound mainly due to Roger McGuin's chiming 12 string Rickenbacker. The songwriting is obviously bolstered by four Dylan covers, but they sit nicely alongside the originals and the other covers. It's a mature album with themes like Welsh mining disasters (the majestic 'Bells of Rhymney') and oppression (Dylan's 'Chimes of Freedom'). There's plenty of lovely west coast vocal harmonies but they never sound sappy. Other highlights include the title track, 'All I Really Want To Do' (even better on the mono 45 mix), 'I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better' and the Bo Didley beat on 'Don't Doubt Yourself Babe'. They even make the standard 'We'll Meet Again' fit their jangly sound. The songs all benefit from Terry Melcher's crystalline production. And how cool is the fisheye lense cover art.

👍
View Author
Tue Feb 09 2021
3

Day 24 of Albums You Must Hear… The Byrds, an American band, were a short lived, yet extremely popular collective in the mid 60’s. Their album Mr. Tambourine Man was able to shine amongst the British acts that invaded American air waves during this era. I won’t go deep into the history of this band, but they are worthy of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, in which they were inducted in 1991. The lyrics are clear and simple, the harmonies are spot on and the satisfying 12 string Rickenbacker guitar exemplifies the sound of the flower child years. Mr. Tambourine man has a lot of Bob Dylan covers, which is a little odd, but perhaps thats why this band was coined as Folk Rock. I love 60’s music, much of which I’m familiar with because of my favorite television show from the 80’s, The Wonder Years. I first heard songs from The Byrds watching that show as a kid. Much of Mr. Tambourine Man’s non-Dylan songs are about adolescent romance, not unlike early music from The Beach Boys and The Beatles. My Favorite song is I’ll Feel a Whole Lot Better (When You’re Gone), I mean, who can’t relate at some point to that feeling in their past. The harmony of the vocals is very catchy and very 60’s. The song I least like is All I Really Want To Do, a Dylan cover. It’s about only wanting to be friends with a girl. It’s so damn stupid to me, like, is this a former lover or a girl that has a crush on you? Either way, why write a song and record it for the whole world to hear? Poor girl, dumb song. The title track, Mr. Tambourine has been recorded to death by many artists over the years, but I might like this version the most, while Stevie Wonder’s cover is cool as shit. I am probably safe in assuming this song is about the neighborhood dope man. She Has a Way is a sweet song, again, about adolescent love and wanting to settle down. The majority of kids these days will probably shit on this music for the lack of WAP and electronic drums, but it’s a good album and I enjoyed the majority of it. I appreciate the music of years past and I had fun with Mr. Tambourine Man! Please share your thoughts, memories and opinions!

👍
View Author
Thu Jul 15 2021
5

The debut album from The Byrds and it's possibly their best album, but with their solid run from this album to Sweetheart, any of those albums could've taken top honours (not Turn! Turn! Turn! though, that one wasn't so good). It does rely on covers more than most of their other albums but that shouldn't be a detraction to the quality of the songs here.

👍
View Author
Fri Feb 12 2021
4

Ah, 1965. Everyone wanted to sound like the Beatles and Bob Dylan, and the first song on this album manages to do both. A pleasant album.

👍
View Author
Wed Mar 17 2021
3

Boring but not unpleasant. Was kinda disappointed by the We’ll Meet Again cover but alas. 6

👍
View Author
Sat Jun 05 2021
3

Every song on this album sounds basically the same. There's muddy words, a 60's sounding guitar, and a tambourine. Although the sound is fine, it doesn't really change that much over the course of the album. Favorite track: It's No Use

👍
View Author
Mon Jan 29 2024
3

Nr. 112/1001 Mr. Tambourine Man 3/5 I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better 4/5 Spanish Harlem Incident 3/5 You Won't Have To Cry 4/5 Here Without You 5/5 The Bells Of Rhymny 2/5 All I Really Want To Do 4/5 I Knew I'd Want You 4/5 It's No Use 4/5 Don't Doubt Yourself, Babe 3/5 Chimes Of Freedom 3/5 We'll Meet Again 3/5 She Has A Way 3/5 Average: 3,46 Good

👍
View Author
Mon Aug 30 2021
2

I was never a fan of the jingle jangle guitar of the title track. I was trying to ignore the beta-cuck energy of be friends with you to give a safe 3 stars. But finishing with we’ll meet again push me from passive annoyance to activate disdain.

👍
View Author
Tue Jan 18 2022
2

There's a bit in the doors film where manzerik says 'bit like the byrds man' and it's not a complement. Jingle jangle boring. 2

👍
View Author
Wed Feb 03 2021
5

WOW, what a fantastic album. Classic 60s sound with song like their cover of Mr. Tambourine Man and All I Really Want to Do, to a heavy song with It's No Use and the downtrodden I knew I'd Want You. This is front to back great.

👍
View Author
Thu Feb 04 2021
5

Really enjoyed this album! They sound very similar to The Beatles.

👍
View Author
Mon Feb 08 2021
5

Now we're talking! Love the Byrds. Love Dylan. This is THE 60s. Eight miles high is a classic too.

👍
View Author
Sun Jan 31 2021
5

Suuuper easy listening. Great to pop on and get stuff done

👍
View Author
Fri May 07 2021
5

I've heard this one a zillion times, and it's a favorite. Chimes Of Freedom is outstanding! The best Dylan cover ever, tho Hendrix's All Along The Watchtower comes close!

👍
View Author
Sat Nov 20 2021
5

Love that 12 string sound, and the songs are so earnest and soulful. Iconic.

👍
View Author
Tue Nov 23 2021
5

spookily like the one that precedes it

👍
View Author
Thu Dec 23 2021
5

Another album I already own on vinyl. I'll never tire of the Byrds.

👍
View Author
Tue Jan 04 2022
5

Really great. Love the 60's.

👍
View Author
Tue Jan 25 2022
5

This is what to me is the classic Byrds album Belongs in every music lovers collection. Ringing guitars, beautiful harmonies, rich production overall and the songs....wow. The Dylan covers like the title track, Chimes of Freedom and All I Really Want To Do are beautifully rendered and the originals; I'll Feel a Whole Lit Better and Here Without You show a maturity ro their writing that would develop even more on later albums.. favourite track; The Bells of Rhymney. 5 🌟 (note my copy is a Sundazed Vinyl pressing that includes two very good bonus tracks so that's what I'm commenting on and rating.)

👍
View Author
Wed Feb 09 2022
5

This is what to me is the classic Byrds album Belongs in every music lovers collection. Ringing guitars, beautiful harmonies, rich production overall and the songs....wow. The Dylan covers like the title track, Chimes of Freedom and All I Really Want To Do are beautifully rendered and the originals; I'll Feel a Whole Lit Better and Here Without You show a maturity ro their writing that would develop even more on later albums.. favourite track; The Bells of Rhymney. 5 🌟 (note my copy is a Sundazed Vinyl pressing that includes two very good bonus tracks so that's what I'm commenting on and rating.)

👍
View Author
Mon Feb 14 2022
5

This album was great, although sometimes I wished the mixes were a little different (some voices stuck out more than I wanted them to- maybe I'm spoiled by Crosby's perfect harmonies with CSNY?) but that is a very small quibble. It was simultaneously upbeat and mellow, offered plenty of Dylan covers, and was exactly the vibe I wanted last night.

👍
View Author
Sat Mar 12 2022
5

It's been a long time since I listened to this album. It's very enjoyable and holds up well after all this time. I completely forgot about "We'll Meet Again." It's a great cover of a song I always liked.

👍
View Author
Thu Jun 02 2022
5

Love this album and happy that i had further recommendations of 60’s music that had that feel good factor 👍🏻

👍
View Author
Tue Jun 21 2022
5

Too many favourite things here

👍
View Author
Mon Aug 08 2022
5

приятное ретро, которое как будто уже где-то слышал

👍
View Author
Tue Sep 27 2022
5

Adoro i Byrds. Jingle jangle, jingle jangle.

👍
View Author
Fri Oct 28 2022
5

I loved this album (finally got a good one) and I have wonder how much that dates me.

👍
View Author
Tue Nov 08 2022
5

What a influential album not only at the time but for years afterwards. Jim (Roger) McGuinn's 12 string jangly Rickenbacker sound is iconic and is still being echo today. Though what really stands out for me are 2 of the Gene Clark songs, Here with out you is just so dark and complex. The gem of the album for me I'll Feel a Whole Lot Better, it's pop perfection, I just love this song and unlike most of the album which has that 60's era sound (they did invent it) this song sounds almost timeless. Tom Petty also does a great version too, not surprising given how this band influenced him.

👍
View Author
Mon Jan 09 2023
5

This one's a beaut from start to finish. Clean, precise, instrumentation with impeccable vocals and harmonization. Maybe a bit tame for any younger audience but for an old goat like me, it's mana from the gods.

👍
View Author
Sun Jan 15 2023
5

This is a perfect classic 60's album. This guitar sound is so influential it can still be heard in lots of indie rock records to this day. Perfectly crafted songs carried by lush jangly 12 strings guitar and gorgeous harmonies. 9,5/10

👍
View Author
Sun Mar 05 2023
5

It's got a lot of covers, but my God, they're good covers. The absolute balls to open with Mr Tambourine Man and then end with We'll Meet Again with jangly, British invasion styles is incredible. The sheer influence of the album can't be denied, especially in my favourite genres, and it's a great time to boot. Definitely a summer album, maybe smoking a joint in a back garden. 04/03/23

👍
View Author
Tue Mar 07 2023
5

Very good, very like. Great harmonies. Alot of stuff I liked.

👍
View Author
Tue Mar 28 2023
5

Not got the most amount of bangers. But if you like all the songs then it's got to be a 5 right? Mr tamboomrine man 🤦‍♂️

👍
View Author
Mon Apr 03 2023
5

Oooh some good 60s oldies. I can dig it! There's something very special with these older pioneers of rock. This album was incredible!! Absolutely loved it.. I love music that can transport me back in time, and this record definitely did that for me. This had the unmistakable sound of the 60s, every track on this record was excellent!

👍
View Author
Fri Apr 21 2023
5

This album starts with one of the most iconic riffs ever and introduced me to the Rickenbacker 12 string guitar. Roger McGuinn was my first ‘favorite guitarist’. With this album The Byrds helped me understand and appreciate Bob Dylan Their harmonies are great, and the guitar work throughout is so good.

👍
View Author
Fri Sep 15 2023
5

I love The Byrds, and this is a fantastic album. While most of these songs are covers, they're all great, as are the few originals. My favorites are "Mr. Tambourine Man," "I'll Feel a Whole Lot Better," and "Chimes of Freedom."

👍
View Author
Sat Oct 07 2023
5

I like far too much stuff influenced directly by this jangle pop to not give a perfect score, even though the Vera Lynn cover is shite.

👍
View Author
Thu Oct 19 2023
5

I really enjoyed this one too

👍
View Author
Tue Nov 07 2023
5

This is the album I expected from The Byrds. Packed with the songs I know and love along with other tunes that were new to me but very much sounded like they belonged here. It’s amazing how they made the Dylan songs their own. Easy to take this for granted now, so it was good to listen with fresh ears and hear the tsunami of musical influence flowing from this album to this day.

👍
View Author
Tue Nov 07 2023
5

Ah, here are the jangly Byrds I was looking for! After three albums from their 1967-68 era (worth listening to, mind you, but so so very different) I was very happy to finally hear an album of what I always thought of as the Byrds' signature sound. In the jingle jangle morning I'll come following you! Yay!

👍
View Author
Sun Nov 12 2023
5

This is so freaking good! Love it. Smooth as butter

👍
View Author
Mon Dec 18 2023
5

This album showcases the amazing Roger McGuinn and that 12 string guitar sound - the songs are fun, pop and definately for their time but the songwriting is strong and the harmonies are great. In amongst the songs you'll find Chimes of Freedom which is far from lightweight pop take a listen. The hit from the album is All I Really Want To Do but the album enjoyable even 58 years on from its original release.

👍
View Author
Mon Dec 18 2023
5

Album 261 of 1001 The Byrds - Mr. Tambourine Man Rating : 5 / 5 (Rounded Up) At the core, this is the period/genre of music I enjoy most. It was released just a couple of months before I was born, surely in anticipation of my arrival. Such a classic sound. Sort of Beatle-esque? Sure but still they are their own. Listening through the 1001 Albums playlist from the beginning to around number 830 (and still going), I have heard a lot of The Byrds. More than maybe should be on the list. This album encompasses their sound the best. Everything else was just gravy. I'm surprised at the low number of plays many of these songs have on Spotify. This is a very, very good album. I wish more would listen.

👍
View Author
Thu Dec 21 2023
5

A good album, I liked their cover of We'll Meet Again and the instrumental song on the album You And Me. My favourite songs on the album were Chimes of Freedom and Mr Tambourine Man.

👍
View Author
Sun Dec 24 2023
5

I am listening this album with the great pleasure again . The folk rock is very nice.

👍
View Author
Mon Jan 01 2024
5

i'm a huge byrds fan, so no shock that i love this album. although i don't think it is their best effort, it is their first and arguably, their most monumental. although really, the credit goes to the title track, this album shifted the direction of popular (rock) music from british invasion merseybeat style stuff to something brand new, folk rock, taking the songs of folk music and combining them with a then-modern rock sound. in modern contexts, perhaps this album does not sound impressive or is particularly interesting, but within context, this album is a watershed moment in 20th century popular music.

👍
View Author
Tue Jan 02 2024
5

Amazing album full of folk rock. Some of the songs didn’t age well, but the covers are good. 4.8/5 Fav: “I’ll Feel a Whole Lot Better” Least Fav: “Spanish Harlem Incident”

👍
View Author
Thu Jan 11 2024
5

Love this album. The Byrds harmonies are so comforting.

👍
View Author
Mon Jan 22 2024
5

Despite loving the song Mr. Tambourine Man I actually never listened to the whole album before. Really great!

👍
View Author
Fri Feb 02 2024
5

Introduction: Released in 1965, "Mr. Tambourine Man" marked a pivotal moment in the history of folk and rock music. The Byrds, a band from Los Angeles, skillfully blended folk and rock elements, creating an album that not only defined the folk-rock genre but also influenced countless artists that followed. In this in-depth review, we will delve into the album's lyrics, music, production, themes, and its lasting influence on the music industry. Lyrics: The album's title track, "Mr. Tambourine Man," is a lyrical masterpiece, written by the legendary Bob Dylan. The poetic and surreal lyrics take the listener on a dreamlike journey, filled with vivid imagery and introspective reflections. The opening lines, "Hey, Mr. Tambourine Man, play a song for me," serve as an invitation to escape reality and embrace the power of music. The Byrds' interpretation of this song set a high standard for cover versions, with its harmonious vocal delivery and jangly guitars capturing the essence of Dylan's original while adding a distinctive touch. The rest of the album's lyrics maintain a similar poetic quality. Tracks like "I'll Feel a Whole Lot Better" and "Spanish Harlem Incident" showcase the band's ability to craft emotionally resonant and evocative lyrics. The themes explored in the songs range from love and heartbreak to existential pondering, reflecting the social and cultural changes of the 1960s. Music: The Byrds' musical prowess shines throughout "Mr. Tambourine Man." The use of the 12-string Rickenbacker guitar, a signature sound of the band, creates a shimmering and distinctive sonic palette. This jangly guitar sound, showcased prominently in tracks like "All I Really Want to Do," became a hallmark of the folk-rock genre and influenced countless musicians. The vocal harmonies, a key element of The Byrds' sound, are a standout feature. The seamless blend of Roger McGuinn, Gene Clark, and David Crosby's voices creates a rich and melodic tapestry that elevates the album to a higher artistic level. The vocal arrangements in songs like "I'll Feel a Whole Lot Better" and "Chimes of Freedom" demonstrate the band's vocal prowess and their ability to deliver emotionally charged performances. The inclusion of Dylan's material, in addition to other covers and original compositions, showcases the band's versatility. From the upbeat folk-rock of "All I Really Want to Do" to the introspective "I'll Feel a Whole Lot Better," The Byrds demonstrate a range of musical styles that contribute to the album's dynamic appeal. Production: "Mr. Tambourine Man" benefits from the production work of Terry Melcher, who skillfully captures the essence of The Byrds' sound while ensuring a polished and balanced mix. The clarity of each instrument, from the distinctive Rickenbacker guitars to the harmonious vocals, contributes to the album's overall sonic quality. The decision to include both original compositions and covers in the album's tracklist demonstrates a thoughtful curation of material. The production choices enhance the thematic coherence of the album, creating a cohesive listening experience that takes the audience on a journey through the various facets of folk and rock music. Themes: The album reflects the cultural and social shifts of the 1960s. The lyrics often touch on themes of individualism, introspection, and a desire for change. The title track, "Mr. Tambourine Man," encapsulates the countercultural spirit of the time, where music served as a means of liberation and escape from societal norms. Tracks like "I'll Feel a Whole Lot Better" and "Here Without You" delve into the complexities of love and heartbreak, capturing the personal struggles and emotional landscapes of the era. The inclusion of Dylan's socially conscious "Chimes of Freedom" adds a layer of political and cultural relevance to the album. Influence: "Mr. Tambourine Man" had a profound impact on the music industry, influencing the development of the folk-rock genre and shaping the sound of subsequent bands. The use of the 12-string guitar and vocal harmonies became defining elements of the folk-rock movement, with bands like The Byrds paving the way for others, including The Mamas & the Papas and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. The album's influence extends beyond its immediate genre, touching on the broader landscape of popular music. Artists from various genres, including Tom Petty, R.E.M., and The Bangles, have acknowledged the impact of The Byrds and "Mr. Tambourine Man" on their own musical journeys. Pros: Innovative Sound: The use of the 12-string Rickenbacker guitar and harmonious vocals created a unique and influential sound that defined folk-rock. Lyrical Depth: The album features thought-provoking and poetic lyrics, particularly in the iconic title track. Versatility: The inclusion of both covers and original compositions showcases the band's musical versatility. Lasting Influence: The album's impact on the folk-rock genre and its influence on subsequent generations of musicians solidify its place in music history. Cons: Limited Original Material: While the covers are well-executed, the reliance on outside material may be seen as a limitation in terms of showcasing the band's songwriting abilities. Uneven Quality: Some tracks, while competent, may not reach the same level of excellence as the standout moments on the album. Sonic Similarity: The jangly guitar sound, while iconic, is consistently present throughout the album and might become monotonous for some listeners. Conclusion: "Mr. Tambourine Man" stands as a landmark album in the evolution of folk and rock music. The Byrds' innovative sound, coupled with their thoughtful interpretation of diverse material, resulted in a timeless collection of songs. The album's influence is immeasurable, shaping the folk-rock genre and leaving an indelible mark on the broader musical landscape. While not without its minor flaws, "Mr. Tambourine Man" remains a testament to The Byrds' artistic vision and enduring impact on the world of popular music.

👍
View Author
Fri Jan 15 2021
4

1/14 Liked this one more than their third album.

👍
View Author
Mon Feb 15 2021
4

7.5/10 FT: I'll feel a whole lot better

👍
View Author
Sun Mar 14 2021
4

Can’t help but think MURICA as a reaction to the Beatles

👍
View Author
Sat Apr 10 2021
4

This was a great album. Has many of the byrds greatest hits.

👍
View Author
Wed Jun 23 2021
4

I’ll Feel A Whole Lot Better is probably my favorite track on the album. The Byrds might’ve brought more attention to Bob Dylan but I always felt they were piggybacking off him at points. Still a great album

👍
View Author
Tue Mar 09 2021
4

Excellent. Debut album from the Byrds, with that classic Byrds sound.

👍
View Author
Thu Feb 04 2021
4

The Byrds are like Crosby, Stills, and Nash before CSN. Their harmonies are great. The sound is so 60s, in a good way. I'm probably partial because this album is right up my alley, so it gets 4 stars. I could understand it receiving 3 stars from others because there are just so many other great albums from this era that sound similar and are a bit more inspired.

👍
View Author
Sun Jan 31 2021
4

Nice 1960s sound, feel good music with a nice singer

👍
View Author
Wed Apr 07 2021
4

I've listened to this album several times over the years, and it is an impressive album, and an even more important one for the folk rock genre. The songs are all good, just kind of have a feel of other bands doing them better....if that makes any sense. still a great album

👍
View Author
Fri Apr 30 2021
4

Very solid folk rock. Normally I'm eager to turn off anything folky as quickly as possible, but I made it all the way through this one without trouble, including the deluxe edition bonus tracks.

👍
View Author
Fri Feb 05 2021
4

Inicios del folk rock, con canciones muy buenas, y otras no tanto

👍
View Author
Wed Feb 03 2021
4

Highlight - It's No Use This is the music you hear when someone is nostalgic for the 60's. It's The Wonder Years. The sweeping, melodic guitars, the chorus of vocals, the Tamborine...All of it points to the summer of 1965. This time is gone. We aren't getting it back.

👍
View Author
Wed Mar 17 2021
4

I enjoyed it, lyrics were a bit silly. Their cover of Mr Tambourine Man was great, points for being that bold I guess. 7 for me

👍
View Author
Wed Apr 21 2021
4

60s rock. Movie scene music. road music

👍
View Author
Tue May 18 2021
4

Good listen, there were a few tracks in addition to the title one that stuck out like "Here Without You". Strange for an album of mostly covers to be on this list, but it did have a lot to do with popularizing folk music and its own unique sound.

👍
View Author
Tue Mar 16 2021
4

Excellent. This reminds me of mom.

👍
View Author
Mon Mar 15 2021
4

К релизам более чем полувековой давности стоит, конечно, относиться с осторожностью и давать поблажку, опираясь на меняющиеся тенденции и развитие сферы звукозаписи. но мне, если честно, зашло даже по современным меркам. конечно, звучит как всё в 60-х, прослеживается сильное влияние Beach Boys, где-то и битлов, где-то даже психодела вроде Love. Но в целом, если выдернуть этот альбом из контекста — звучит вполне живо. Я, кстати, послушал и моно- и стереоверсию. Вторая выпущена позже, и имеет свои недостатки (например когда гитара и бас разводятся в разные каналы, это вообще ужас на самом деле, не хватает только барабаны исключительно в одно ухо вывести), но в целом слушается пободрее и поразнообразнее. песни простенькие, но душевные, можно под них дунуть плюху или, например, присунуть сисястой бабе, экспириенс не испортится. Минусом, конечно, является безобразно большое количество каверов (пол альбома), а личные песни бэнда Бурдс звучат послабже перепевок, но на саму группу мне похуй, поэтому пусть будет. 4/5 всем rock-n-roll, love и piss 🤘

👍
View Author
Mon Jun 28 2021
4

A veritable classic. Even without the Shatner.

👍
View Author
Sun Apr 04 2021
4

pretty good house music - jazzy

👍
View Author
Thu May 06 2021
4

better than inadadavidadadaabda

👍
View Author
Mon May 10 2021
4

Canciones muy parecidas, pero si una es buena, casi todas son buenasas

👍
View Author
Fri May 07 2021
4

Good listen, bunch of songs I recognised, Is we'll meet again Sinatra? Sounds like a positive funeral song

👍
View Author
Fri Jul 23 2021
4

Rítmicos y melódicos. Buenas voces. Acompasados.

👍
View Author
Wed Aug 04 2021
4

Vraiment bon album de folk rock . 4.5 a reecoter, plusieurs chabsons de dylab revisites.

👍
View Author
Sat Aug 14 2021
4

Un dels grans álbums de pop lluminós dels primers temps del pop. Les excel.lents versions de Dylan, les composicions de McGuinn i Gene Clark, el treball vocal de David Crosby... Una de les bandes més interessant dels 60, i una de les millors estrenes discogràfiques de la década

👍
View Author
Wed Aug 25 2021
4

Great album. Captures the folk to rock sound that the Byrds and the 60’s are known for. It lets you appreciate the leveling and complexity of what they were trying to do and did so successfully.

👍
View Author
Sat Aug 28 2021
4

This is definitely on the better end of 1969s pop-rock-folk. I enjoyed the whole thing except the truly bizarre Vera Lynn cover in a mock English accent. Half the album is Dylan covers, and tbh you'd be hard pushed to find a better version of 'All I Really Want to Do'. Nice dreamy but clean and catchy vibe to most of this. I'll push the boat out with 4*

👍
Load more reviews