Sunday, June 22, 2008

Byrds - Fifth Dimension(Remaster)

In July 1966, the album Fifth Dimension appeared. Except for Gene Clark's swan song, "Eight Miles High," on which all five original Byrds appeared, the album featured the second incarnation of the band, McGuinn, Crosby, Hillman and Clarke. The album was a deliberate departure from the sound and substance of the first two LPs. No Dylan or Seeger songs were in evidence, though four of the songs had roots in folk music. McGuinn and Crosby each began to come into their own as songwriters with this album, and collaborated well together on several numbers.
This is the rematered 1996 CD with 6 bonus tracks.

1 comment:

TheSeeker said...

This is the link: