The Byrds - Ballad Of Easy Rider / Wasn't Born To Follow album flac
Title: Ballad Of Easy Rider / Wasn't Born To Follow
Style: Country Rock
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Easy Rider is the soundtrack to the cult classic 1969 film Easy Rider. The album of the soundtrack was released by ABC-Dunhill Records in August 1969 (catalog no. DSX 50063). It peaked at on the Billboard album charts in September of that year, and was certified gold in January 1970.
The bulk of the band's releases were issued on Columbia Records or its subsidiaries, with a notable exception being their final studio album from 1973. This final album, titled Byrds, and its accompanying singles ("Full Circle", "Things Will Be Better", and "Cowgirl in the Sand") were all released on Asylum Records. In addition, the band released. The Byrds' discography was originally released on the vinyl format, as full-length LPs, shorter EPs, and singles. Since the 1960s, the band's back catalogue has also been released on reel-to-reel tape, audio cassette, 8-track tape, CD, MiniDisc, and, most recently, as digital downloads. Wasn't Born to Follow". Ballad of Easy Rider". Jesus Is Just Alright", "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue".
from the album Ballad of Easy Rider. Oil in My Lamp" "Wasn't Born to Follow". Ballad of Easy Rider" was first introduced into The Byrds' live concert repertoire during February 1969 and would go on to be performed relatively frequently throughout the rest of the year and into 1970. However, the song was played only rarely between 1971 and the band's break-up in 1973. In addition to its appearance on the Ballad of. Easy Rider album, the song can also be found on several Byrds' compilations, including The Best of The Byrds: Greatest Hits, Volume II, History of The Byrds, The Very Best of The Byrds, and The Essential Byrds.
Ballad Of Easy Rider. Written-By – Roger McGuinn. B. Wasn't Born To Follow. Written-By – G. Goffin - C. King. Other Versions (5 of 17) View All. Cat.
About Wasn’t Born to Follow. The lyrics are rural, simple and graceful, and speak of our need for independence. It’s one of the more country songs the Byrds ever recorded. One of the most memorable uses of this song was in the film Easy Rider, to express the sense of liberation from mainstream culture. If you’d like to hear it as Carole King hears the song in her mind, try her version next. Wasn’t Born to Follow" Track Info. 2. 3. Jesus Is Just Alright. 4. He Was A Friend Of Mine. 7. Drug Store Truck Drivin' Man. 8. You Ain't Going Nowhere. Album, Март 1973, Wounded Bird Records, Asylum Records. 5. Born To Rock 'N'Roll.
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|A||Ballad Of Easy Rider
Written-By – Roger McGuinn
|B||Wasn't Born To Follow
Written-By – G. Goffin - C. King*
|4590, 4-44990||The Byrds||Ballad Of Easy Rider (7", Single)||CBS, CBS||4590, 4-44990||Netherlands||1969|
|4-44990||The Byrds||Ballad Of Easy Rider (7", Single, Mono, Promo)||Columbia||4-44990||US||1969|
|4590||The Byrds||The Ballad Of Easy Rider / Wasn't Born To Follow (7")||CBS||4590||Italy||1970|
|4-44990||The Byrds||Ballad Of Easy Rider / Wasn't Born To Follow (7", Single)||Columbia||4-44990||Canada||1969|
|4-44990||The Byrds||Ballad Of Easy Rider / Wasn't Born To Follow (7", Single)||Columbia||4-44990||US||1969|