“Turn! Turn! Turn!” by The Byrds - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1965Album Chart of the Decade: 1960s

TJR says

Following a similar formula to the debut from just six months earlier, featuring five and a half originals, with five and a half covers (including two Dylan). The lack of space for originals was already proving to be a stress point for the group, with the varying song-writing talents striving to secure potentially lucrative album inclusions for their labours. Power struggles aside, the band delivered another fine set here, tending further towards the folk at the expense of the pop.

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A1 [03:49] 8.1.png The Byrds - Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is A Season) (Traditional, Pete Seeger) Folk Rock / Americana
A2 [01:58] 6.5.png The Byrds - It Won’t Be Wrong (James Roger McGuinn, Harvey Gerst) Folk Rock / Americana
A3 [02:49] 6.1.png The Byrds - Set You Free This Time (Gene Clark) Folk Rock / Americana
A4 [03:30] 6.7.png The Byrds - Lay Down Your Weary Tune (Robert Zimmerman) Folk Rock / Americana
A5 [02:30] 8.3.png The Byrds - He Was A Friend Of Mine (Traditional) Folk
B1 [02:13] 6.7.png The Byrds - The World Turns All Around Her (Gene Clark) Folk Rock / Americana
B2 [02:26] 6.9.png The Byrds - Satisfied Mind (Red Hayes, Jack Rhodes) Folk
B3 [02:45] 6.2.png The Byrds - If You’re Gone (Gene Clark) Folk Rock / Americana
B4 [02:18] 7.0.png The Byrds - The Times They Are A-Changin’ (Robert Zimmerman) Folk Rock / Americana
B5 [02:19] 6.7.png The Byrds - Wait And See (James Roger McGuinn, David Crosby) Pop
B6 [03:03] 6.6.png The Byrds - Oh! Susannah (Stephen Collins Foster) Pop

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