Byrds & Mr. Hyde is the seventh album by the American rock band the Byrds and was released in March 1969 on Columbia Records (see 1969 in music). The album was produced by Bob Johnston and saw the band juxtaposing country rock material with psychedelic rock, giving the album a stylistic split-personality that was alluded to in its title.
The new lineup on this album was as strong as any the band would ever have, with guitarist Clarence White sounding revelatory whenever he opens up, and Gene Parsons and John York comprising a strong and sympathetic rhythm section
Album Name Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde. 版公司 Columbia Records Sony Music Legacy. 3. Your Gentle Way Of Loving Me. 4. Child Of The Universe. 6. Drug Store Truck Drivin' Man.
Byrds and Mr. Hyde is the seventh studio album by The Byrds. It was the first album to be recorded with new members Clarence White (lead guitar), John York (bass), and Gene Parsons (drums). The album alternates between psychedelic rock and country/folk rock, and the band decided to name the album after the novel Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde as a reference to the album’s split personality. The album is also notable for being the only Byrds album to have guitarist Roger McGuinn singing lead vocals on every track. Dr. Hyde Q&A.
Album · 1969 · 15 Songs. Hyde The Byrds. Mr. Tambourine Man. 1965.
This LP again shows the remarkable resilient nature of the Byrds and their abilty to re invent themselves after key members left the fold. see, 5D or any post Clarke release, or Notorious & the aforementioned Sweethart). McGuin was the last man standing on this release and stand he did with the. Dr Byrds" like many other other great LPs of 69 in that it signalled the end of an era in tunes like "King Apathy" & "Candy". This release also marks the 1st LP where McGuinns vocals were front & center on all tracks which give this LP a focus not seen before or after this release.
Byrds & Mr. By: The Byrds (1969, Rock). Sweetheart Of The Rodeo by The Byrds. Tambourine Man by The Byrds. Ballad Of Easy Rider by The Byrds. The Notorious Byrd Brothers by The Byrds. View all albums . 1. This Wheel’s On Fire.
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|1||This Wheels On Fire
Written-By – Bob Dylan, Rick Danko
Arranged By – Roger McGuinn
|3||Your Gentle Way Of Loving Me
Written-By – Gary Paxton, F.Guilbeau*
|4||Child Of The Universe
Written-By – Dave Grusin, Roger McGuinn
Written-By – Clarence White , Gene Parsons
|6||Drug Store Truck Drivin' Man
Written-By – Gene Parsons, Roger McGuinn
|7||King Apathy III
Written-By – Roger McGuinn
Written-By – John York , Roger McGuinn
|9||Bad Night At The Whiskey
Written-By – Joey Richards, Roger McGuinn
|10||Medley: My Back Pages / B.J. Blues / Baby, What You Want Me To Do
Written-By [B.J. Blues] – Clarence White , Gene Parsons, John York , Roger McGuinnWritten-By [Baby What You Want Me To Do] – Jimmy ReedWritten-By [My Back Pages] – Bob Dylan
- Manufactured By – Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc.
- Bass – John York
- Drums – Gene Parsons
- Guitar – Clarence White
- Guitar, Vocals – Roger McGuinn
- Mixed By, Mastered By – Vic Anesini
- Producer [Original Recordings] – Bob Johnston
- Reissue Producer [Produced For Cd By] – Bob Irwin
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4988009638829
- Matrix / Runout: DP-6387 2
- Rights Society: JASRAC
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