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September 27, 2006


There's a new box set of Byrds songs out, and here's a nice story on Roger McGuinn, who sometimes plays with the Rock Bottom Remainders, which makes us feel (and sound) a whole lot better.


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And I just got my dad the full set of Chickenman...

This thread will take SOOO long to digress to bazoomage....

To everything turn turn turn there is a season turn turn turn and a time for every booger under heaven.

Ah, "Feel A Whole Lot Better," a great but lesser hit of theirs. At the time noted for beginning very similarly to "Hey, Joe" (the Leaves version; not Hendrix, of course.)

Hardly more than E and A, Dave. Go for it.

Well, he couldn't get much higher in LA, you know where that's at,

morgana, that was McGuinn and Maguire, right!

Now that was music. :)

Nice piece about Roger.

Along with millions of other kids, I think I spent the better part of my high school years trying to learn the solo in the Byrd's Feel a Whole Lot Better.

And thank god. The alternative was studying for physics or Spanish exams, etc., and perhaps (tragically) winding up with a real job.

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