Monterey International Pop Festival is a box set of four CDs containing 70 tracks from the festival on June 16 to 18, 1967 covering many different artists including Jimi Hendrix, Otis Redding, The Who, Jefferson Airplane, The Byrds, The Mamas and The Papas and others.
There is also a two CD version with 26 tracks but, if you get that, I suspect you will keep wishing that you’ve spent a little more for this one and bought the newly released tracks on mp3.
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Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, November 2nd 1968 is an archive released live album by The Byrds.
I find it hard to remember the changes to the band’s membership but at this stage, The Byrds were Roger McGuinn (guitar), Clarence White (guitar), Gene Parsons (drums) and John York (bass). keeping up with their styles as they moved from folk rock to psychedelic rock to country rock to a mix of everything. This has strong country influences
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The Byrds Untitled is a part live album and part studio album by The Byrds.
The live songs were recorded at:
- Colden Center Auditorium, Queens College, New York City on February 28, 1970;
- Felt Forum, New York City on March 1, 1970.
In 2000, it was reissued as Untitled and Unissued with extra studio and live songs.
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The Byrds Live At Royal Albert Hall 1971 is a live album by The Byrds.
It was recorded in London on May 13, 1971.
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Live At The Boarding House is a live album by Roger McGuinn, Gene Clark and Chris Hillman with special guest David Crosby.
It was recorded in San Francisco in 1978 and broadcast on the radio. Each performed solo songs as well as reuniting to perform some classics from their time together as The Byrds.
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Live At Fillmore February 1969 is a live album by The Byrds.
It was recorded at the Fillmore West in San Francisco on February 7 & 8, 1969 and was finally released in February 2000.
This captures The Byrds at the time they were playing country rock rather than their earlier psychedelic rock style. The studio album Sweetheart of the Rodeo had been released in August the previous year was released the following month, in March 1969.
The Byrds Live At Fillmore February 1969
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