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The Byrds Day-by-Day 1965-1973

By The Byrds

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The Byrds Day-by-Day 1965-1973. By The Byrds. Book. Music History, Biography/Composers & Musicians. Softcover. 336 pages. Published by Jawbone Press (HL.332395).

Item Number: HL.332395

ISBN 1906002150. 8.75x10.5 inches.

The Byrds were one of the '60s most influential bands. After virtually inventing folk-rock, they pioneered psychedelia and country-rock, and were also the first guitar rock band to use synthesizers. The Byrds story is unravelled here, as it happened, day-by-day – from the band's formation and breakthrough hit in 1965 to the brief reunion of the original line-up in 1972/1973. Drawing on hundreds of lost and previously undiscovered sources, not to mention a wealth of previously unseen photos, it is a gripping chronicle of the life and times of this seminal band.

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