FlinterFile: McGuinn, Clark & Hillman- Surrender To Me
The three founding members of the Byrds formed another group to record an album in 1979. Read the rest of this entry
FlinterFile: The Byrds- So You Want To Be A Rock ‘N’ Roll Star
The Byrds wrote a humerous song about the music industry of 1967. Read the rest of this entry
Song of the day: McGuinn, Clark & Hillman- Don’t You Write Her Off
McGuinn, Clark & Hillmann got together in 1979 to record several songs, of which this was the biggest hit. The three are former members of the Byrds, and they modelled themselves after the group Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, who also were some good musicians combined. It managed to make it to number 33 in the US. Enjoy
McGuinn, Clark & Hillmann- Don’t You Write Her Off
Song of the day: The Byrds- Turn! Turn! Turn!
Today, the news of the death from Pete Seeger struck me. I could have chosen for a song by Pete Seeger, because he made quite some records, but I couldn’t think of one song by Pete Seeger. The name was known, because he wrote the song Turn! Turn! Turn! I have heard several versions of it, including his, but one version still is the best. Enjoy
The Byrds- Turn! Turn! Turn!
R.I.P. Pete Seeger: you made great music and wrote great songs!