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  1. THE BYRDS - LIVE IN BOSTON LABEL: THE EARLY YEARS. REFERENCE: CD DATE OF RELEASE: The Byrds: YOU AIN'T GOING NOWHERE (mistitled You Ain't Going Home) HE WAS A FRIEND OF MINE. OLD BLUE (mistitled Bye Bye Blues) LONG BLACK VEIL (mistitled Nobody Knows But Me) GOIN' BACK. GET OFF MY LIFE WOMAN. .
  2. Features Song Lyrics for Little Richard's Black Diamond: Live in Boston, album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  3. Features Song Lyrics for U.K.'s Live In Boston album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews. Lyrics. Popular Song Lyrics. Billboard Hot Upcoming Lyrics. Recently Added. Top Lyrics of Top Lyrics of Top Lyrics of
  4. 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 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 a single under the pseudonym of .
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Boston Tea Party on Discogs. Label: Yellow Dog Records (2) - YD • Format: CD Unofficial Release • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll, Pop Rock, Classic Rock CD The Byrds: Live In Boston
  6. Coordinates. The Boston Tea Party was a concert venue located first at 53 Berkeley Street in the South End neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts, and later relocated to 15 Lansdowne Street in the former site of competitor, the Ark, in Boston's Kenmore Square neighborhood, across the street from Fenway hardchitabwicehadulinksosarecan.coinfo operated from to the end of Its closing was due in part .
  7. Nov 30,  · Live in Boston , a Bootleg of songs by The Byrds. Released in (catalog no. CD; CD)/5(2).
  8. Way back in the year , a little-known record company called Together Records released a little gem of album called PREFLYTE by the finest sixties rock 'n' roll band, America's own, The Byrds. In that era most records were sold in drug stores and that's where I /5(28).

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