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Tracklist

Introduction
Hey Joe
Introduction
My Back Pages
Introduction
Mr. Tambourine Man
Introduction
He Was A Friend Of Mine
Introduction
So You Want To Be A Rock'n'Roll Star
Introduction
Roll Over Beethoven

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TSP-CD-006 The Byrds Live In Stockholm 1967 ‎(CD, Unofficial) The Swingin' Pig TSP-CD-006 Luxembourg 1988
TSP 006 The Byrds Live In Stockholm 1967 ‎(LP, Unofficial, Gre) The Swingin' Pig TSP 006 Luxembourg 1988
TSP 006 The Byrds Live In Stockholm 1967 ‎(LP, Unofficial, Blu) The Swingin' Pig TSP 006 Luxembourg 1989

The Byrds - Live In Stockholm 1967 FLAC album

Musician performer: The Byrds

Title: Live In Stockholm 1967

Country: Luxembourg

Date of release: 1988

Style: Folk Rock

Genre: Rock / Folk, World, & Country

Size FLAC: 1696 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 147

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LadyShlak
The Byrds Live in Stockholm 1967 is probably the earliest and best live recording of the band to appear in the bootleg market.Another good performance would be Monterey Pop summer of 1967 but that performance is marred with the Byrds lack of proper rehearsals. The earliest Byrds live performance or concert would be The T.N.T. Show 1965 where they performed Turn! Turn! Turn!, Bells Of Rhymney, & Mr. Tambourine Man to a live studio audience. The set was pretty bad and the only well rehearsed song was Mr.Tamborine Man but the Byrds were known for being really bad live musicians. This is why there are no live recordings of their concertsfrom 1965-1966 and only 2 from 1967 though Byrds chronicler Johnny Rogan documented the fact that Roger Mcguinnrecorded one concert in their 1965 tour of England on a reel to reel recorder. Some of that audio was used for the "So you want to be a rock and Roll star" song (1967). The other Byrds live concert that exists, accordng to Rogan, is the Byrds live at the Whiskey Fall 1966 where the band performed many 5D songs they would never perform again live.Live in Stockholm 1967 is a treasure because the band was tight and perform many songs from younger than Yesterday as well as songs from their first two LP's. David Crosby's funky "Hey Joe" is a stand out and the recording includes interviews with the band members. This by far is the strongest live recording ever released or heard of the early Byrds. Though Gene Clark was not present or part of the group by this point. A worthy release by the Winging Pig and as always excellent sound board quality. I purchased this CD when it originally came out, 1989. Still have the copy and will keep looking for the 1966 Whiskey recordings till...
LadyShlak
The Byrds Live in Stockholm 1967 is probably the earliest and best live recording of the band to appear in the bootleg market.Another good performance would be Monterey Pop summer of 1967 but that performance is marred with the Byrds lack of proper rehearsals. The earliest Byrds live performance or concert would be The T.N.T. Show 1965 where they performed Turn! Turn! Turn!, Bells Of Rhymney, & Mr. Tambourine Man to a live studio audience. The set was pretty bad and the only well rehearsed song was Mr.Tamborine Man but the Byrds were known for being really bad live musicians. This is why there are no live recordings of their concertsfrom 1965-1966 and only 2 from 1967 though Byrds chronicler Johnny Rogan documented the fact that Roger Mcguinnrecorded one concert in their 1965 tour of England on a reel to reel recorder. Some of that audio was used for the "So you want to be a rock and Roll star" song (1967). The other Byrds live concert that exists, accordng to Rogan, is the Byrds live at the Whiskey Fall 1966 where the band performed many 5D songs they would never perform again live.Live in Stockholm 1967 is a treasure because the band was tight and perform many songs from younger than Yesterday as well as songs from their first two LP's. David Crosby's funky "Hey Joe" is a stand out and the recording includes interviews with the band members. This by far is the strongest live recording ever released or heard of the early Byrds. Though Gene Clark was not present or part of the group by this point. A worthy release by the Winging Pig and as always excellent sound board quality. I purchased this CD when it originally came out, 1989. Still have the copy and will keep looking for the 1966 Whiskey recordings till...