[Kronomyth 1.0] The Byrds and The Beatles.
[Kronomyth 2.9] Sad-Eyed Lady in the Sky with Diamonds.
[Kronomyth 3.0] Four, the Byrds.
[Kronomyth 4.0] The Third Dimension.
[Kronomyth 5.0] Four Byrds A-Calling.
[Kronomyth 6.0] The Fall of the House of Usher.
Episode seven, in which Gram Parsons temporarily takes over the Byrds and singlehandedly invents country-rock. Think Bob Dylan’s electric revelation, but in reverse.
[Kronomyth 8.0] Like a Clock During a Thunderstorm.
[Kronomyth 9.0] Borne to be mild.
[Kronomyth 1.0] Free as a Byrd.
This was actually my first adventure in byrding, having netted it for “Don’t You Write Her Off,” then releasing it, then capturing it…
The second album from the Byrds trio, diminished to a duo because of Gene Clark’s instability (sound like any other trios you know?)….