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Tuesday, July 10, 2007

The Byrds 1967 Sweden @ 320

01 Intro
02 Hey Joe Introduction
03 Hey Joe
04 My Back Pages
05 Mr. Tambourine Man Intro
06 Mr. Tambourine Man
07 He Was A Friend Of Mine Intro
08 He Was A Friend Of Mine
09 So You Want To Be A Rock N Roll Star Intro
10 So You Want To Be A Rock N Roll Star
11 Roll Over Beethoven Intro
12 Roll Over Beethoven



Anonymous said...

Is this a portion of the bootleg that has been circulating as "Willin'" from April 24, 1967?

TonyTiger said...

The only info I have is this is a swedish radio show. It sounds complete.