The Best of the Byrds on Video

by PopMatters Staff

29 September 2006

 

“Though the Byrds only reached the popular heights of the Beatles, the Who, and the Stones for a short period in the mid-’60s, their influence is arguably greater than any of their peers.  Their folk jangle still resonates in bands like Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, R.E.M., and the Jayhawks.  And, if you wanted to take a wider view, you could say that everyone labeled red dirt, space rock, cosmic rock, alt-country, or just plain folk owes some debt to the Byrds.”—Michael Franco, PopMatters review: The Byrds, There Is a Season

The Byrds—Turn, Turn, Turn [The Ed Sullivan Show, 1965]

The Byrds—Mr. Tambourine Man [The Ed Sullivan Show, 1965]

The Byrds—I’ll Feel a Whole Lot Better [Hullabaloo, 1965]

The Byrds—All I Really Want to Do [Top of the Pops, 1965]

The Byrds—The Bells of Rhymney

The Byrds—Eight Miles High

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