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(Untitled) /(Unissued)


Download links and information about (Untitled) /(Unissued) by The Byrds. This album was released in 1970 and it belongs to Rock genres. It contains 30 tracks with total duration of 01:59:36 minutes.

Artist: The Byrds
Release date: 1970
Genre: Rock
Tracks: 30
Duration: 01:59:36
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No. Title Length
1. Lover of the Bayou (Live) 3:38
2. Positively 4th Street (Live) 3:03
3. Nashville West 2:07
4. So You Want To Be a Rock 'n' Roll Star (Live) 2:38
5. Mr. Tambourine Man (Live) 2:13
6. Mr. Spaceman 3:07
7. Eight Miles High 16:02
8. Chestnut Mare 5:08
9. Truck Stop Girl 3:20
10. All the Things 3:02
11. Yesterday's Train 3:30
12. Hungry Planet 4:49
13. Just a Season 3:50
14. Take a Whiff On Me 3:23
15. You All Look Alike 3:03
16. Welcome Back Home 7:40
17. All the Things 4:56
18. Yesterday's Train 4:10
19. Lover of the Bayou (Studio Version) 5:12
20. Kathleen's Song 2:33
21. White's Lightning, Pt. 2 2:20
22. Willin' 3:28
23. You Ain't Goin' Nowhere 2:56
24. Old Blue (Live) 3:29
25. It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) [Live] 2:48
26. Ballad of Easy Rider (Live) 2:21
27. My Back Pages (Live) 2:41
28. Take a Whiff On Me (Live) 2:45
29. Jesus Is Just Alright (Live) 3:08
30. This Wheel's On Fire (Live) 6:16



This double album was nearly titled Phoenix to symbolize The Byrds' rebirth after they settled into a solid post–Gram Parsons lineup. It was 1970, and bandleader Roger McGuinn was as intuitive as ever while longtime Byrds producer Terry Melcher was healing from Charlie Manson panic (The Manson family had allegedly targeted Melcher for murder). This album beautifully captures the failing hippie promise and the seemingly unending Vietnam War. With one LP recorded at two New York City shows (featuring heavier renditions of earlier hits, including “Mr. Tambourine Man” and a 16-minute “Eight Miles High”) and a studio LP with some songs cowritten by theater great Jacques Levy (for an ill-fated country-rock musical), Untitled contains some of the finest Byrds work on record. (The gorgeous 12-stringer “Chestnut Mare” might be McGuinn’s finest five minutes.) The set includes a few other left-fielders too, including a pair of winning Kim Fowley cowrites (“You All Look Alike,” “Hungry Planet”), a Little Feat cover (the inescapably sad “Truck Stop Girl”), and a classic Lomax Bros. ditty detailing the buttonholed evils of cocaine (“Take a Whiff on Me”).