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Givin Herself Away - McGuinn, Clark & Hillman - Return Flight (CD)

8 thoughts on “ Givin Herself Away - McGuinn, Clark & Hillman - Return Flight (CD)

  1. Shaktijar
    McGuinn, Clark & Hillman were one of a series of post-Byrds linkups between the original members that fizzled after a lot of initial promise. They were greeted with great enthusiasm in the rock press in early , but -- as with the self-titled Byrds reunion album on Asylum four years earlier -- never lived up to the promise of the talents involved.
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  2. Jusar
    Jan 23,  · Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Warner Records Givin' Herself Away · Gail Davies Givin' Herself Away ℗ Warner Records Inc. Writer: Lynn Tabola Writer: Tom Kimmel Auto-generated by YouTube.
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  3. Kazrajinn
    Aug 28,  · Album Givin' Herself Away; Licensed to YouTube by WMG (on behalf of Rhino Warner), and 2 Music Rights Societies MCGUINN,CLARK,HILLMAN - givin· herself away - Duration: christian campos.
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  4. Arashikazahn
    The nucleus of the Byrds formed in early , when Jim McGuinn, Gene Clark, and David Crosby came together as a trio. All three musicians had a background rooted in folk music, with each one having worked as a folk singer on the acoustic coffeehouse circuit during the early s. In addition, they had all served time, independently of each other, as sidemen in .
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  5. Grolkree
    Fun album. If you love McGuinn, Clark and Hillman et al (and I still do, Chris is still performing and putting out quality) then you will enjoy this overlooked piece of work. I know some other commentators have referred to it as a “disco” wannabe and others have called Clark as a drunken has been. You are all wrong/5(23).
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  6. Zulkimuro
    Hillman, as ever, is solid on bass and McGuinn brings his signature jangle to many tracks. Vocally Hillman & McGuinn (especially when backing up Clark) are outstandingly professional. For me Gene Clark's "Won't Let You Down" is the outstanding track. Hillman's "Who Taught the Night" and "Let Me Down Easy" flirt with cliche but emerge unscathed.
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  7. Taugami
    Although Roger McGuinn, Gene Clark, and Chris Hillman were founding members of the Byrds, when they reunited as a trio at the end of the s they seemed determined to create a sound that did not remind listeners of the earlier robmiretsuberaperteczgavevicmidd.coinfo their music was still mainstream pop/rock with folk antecedents, it sounded like contemporary '70s studio rock, even to the point of .
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