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Mr. Tambourine Man (album) by The Byrds

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Mr. Tambourine Man
Mr. Tambourine Man by The Byrds (1965)
Overall rank: 1,142nd   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
79/100 (from 267 votes)
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Accolades: Award Top 20 albums of 1965 (11th)
Award Top albums of the 1960s (110th)
Award Best albums of all time (1,142nd)

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The Byrds bestography

Mr. Tambourine Man is ranked 4th best out of 22 albums by The Byrds on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by The Byrds is The Notorious Byrd Brothers which is ranked number 757 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 3,339.

The Byrds album bestography « Higher ranked (976th) This album (1,142nd) Lower ranked (1,471st) »
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This is definitely one of my favourite albums.
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Fantastic debut album. It still sounds way ahead of its time. Every track is a potential hit! The vinyl still packs a punch!
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Non sono mai stati tra i miei gruppi preferiti, ma hanno il merito di aver reso più "poppeggiante" Bob Dylan ( specie nella canzone omonima di questo disco ) e quindi di aver contribuito a renderlo più popolare...
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Too many great songs to ignore.
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Favoritas: Mr. Tambourine Man, I'll Feel a Whole Lot Better, All I Really Want To Do, We'll Meet Again
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The Byrds debut album brings folk rock to the masses. It's an enjoyable album although sonically it all sounds the same, still, it's an excellent and influential LP. The jangly guitars dominate, a sound that The Beatles had used on the previous year's, what you're doing, on their, Beatles for sale, LP. As for the album itself, there are some great songs here, a third from the pen of Bob Dylan, including the stunning, Mr. Tambourine man, which takes Dylan's folk classic and turns it into a catchy pop hit. There's, chimes of freedom, and, all I really want to do(I'm still not sure about that middle eight), and, Spanish Harlem incident. Best of the originals is, I feel a whole lot better, and, here without you. There are a few throwaway's, but that was how it was then, still, an important album which would kick of a barrage of folk rock tracks but the Byrds are the original and best.
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What a great debut for The Byrds. Their harmonies realy put this album into life. Mr. Tambourine man and I'll feel a whole lot better are truly amazing songs. All I Really Want To Do is also recomendet.
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I loved those harmonies back then, and I appreciate this group more now than ever.
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These guys had an original sound that proved to be hugely influential from the start. I'll Feel a Whole Lot Better is one of the greatest pop rock songs ever recorded.
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