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  1. Yozshushicage

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    The Byrds' Greatest Hits is the first greatest hits album by the American rock band the Byrds and was released in August on Columbia Records (see in music). It is the top-selling album in the Byrds' catalogue and reached number 6 on the Billboard Top LPs chart, but failed to chart in the UK.
  2. Akinolrajas

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    Though they'd been together for just three years, the Byrds already had enough hits and classics to put out this collection in a #6 album in its own right! The 11 original songs- Turn, Turn, Turn; Mr. Tambourine Man; Eight Miles High, and the rest-are joined by three bonus tracks: It Won't Be Wrong; Set You Free This Time, and Have You /5().
  3. Mushakar

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    The Byrds 60's FOLK ROCK 45 (Columbia) All I Really Want to do/I'll Feel a Whole. $ Genre: Folk. $ shipping. Style: Folk Rock. Watch. Artist: The Byrds. The Byrds' Greatest Hits by The Byrds (Vinyl) $ The Byrds Greatest Hits LP Vinyl Record VG Condition Columbia Records. $ Genre: Folk. Free shipping. Style.
  4. Mirr

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    In an effort to continually offer consummate music lovers with the greatest rock recordings of all time, Friday Music proudly presents a g vinyl reissue of The Byrds Greatest Hits. Mastered by Joe Reagoso (Jeff Beck, Elvis Presley, Yes) at Friday Music Studios with Kevin Gray, The Byrds Greatest Hits also begins the first release in the extensive The Byrds/Friday Music Gram Vinyl Series.
  5. Kigazil

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    The Best of The Byrds: Greatest Hits, Volume II is the third greatest hits album by the American rock band the Byrds, but only the second to be released in the United States, since the earlier The Byrds' Greatest Hits Volume II had only been issued in the UK. The album was released in the U.S. by Columbia Records on November 10, (see in music) in lieu of any new Byrds' product .
  6. Akikazahn

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    BAD COMPANY - Bad Company [ full LP album] by Rockers MASTERPIECE. 70s Greatest Hits - Best Oldies Songs Of s - Greatest 70s Music The Byrds - "All I Really Want To Do.
  7. Mooguzuru

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    In fact, they helped enormously to establish Bob Dylan's music in the hearts and minds of the sixties generation, and from "Mr Tambourine Man" to "My Back Pages" to "All I Really Want To Do", they popularized the themes of intelligent questioning of social issues with their music. No one has a complete sixties music collection without this album/5().
  8. Vigal

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    For one prime example, by the time of the original release of the Byrds' first "hits" collection in the summer of '67, the Beach Boys, who had been around for "only" about six years, had put out enough albums to count on THREE hands (if you include "live" and Chirstmas albums), as well as (by my count) around 20 or so singles!/5().

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