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Roger mcguinn's version of bob dylan's song "it's alright ma" from the classic movie easy rider.
Founder - Lead Singer - Lead Guitarist of THE BYRDS
Roger McGuinn /məˈɡwɪn/ (James Roger McGuinn, born James Joseph McGuinn III; July 13, 1942),, is an American musician. He is best known for being the frontman of the Byrds. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for his work with the Byrds. McGuinn was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois
What about the tour are you looking forward to most? -Jules Santorelli. First of all, it’s great to get back together with Chris; I haven’t done that in many years. But we’re playing with Marty Stuart and his band, the Fabulous Superlatives, and they’re excellent. And, of course, Marty’s got Clarence White’s Telecaster, and he knows all of Clarence’s licks. So it’s really like getting back together with Clarence and playing those songs. What can you tell me about your brand-new studio album, Sweet Memories? -John MacDonald. I guess it'd be Untitled. What happened to your original Byrds-era 12-string Rickenbacker 360? I heard it was stolen at some point. Yeah, it got stolen, and it resurfaced maybe 20 years ago for a lot of money - and then it kind of disappeared.
Roger McGuinn is the first full-length solo album by Roger McGuinn, released in 1973. This album was released after The Byrds' 1973 reunion album, on which all five founding members of the group participated in the sessions. McGuinn himself has stated that any outtakes left over from those sessions appeared here, but this was later proven to be false with the discovery of several alternate takes and at least one outtake in late 2009.
Roger McGuinn's sparkling, chordal 12-string Rickenbacker riffs on the Byrds' early hits were the sonic bridge between folk and rock – and an irreplaceable color in rock's palette: Every indie band who's more interested in beatific strumming than screaming solos owes him a debt (the striking break in "Bells of Rhymney" could be on a Smiths record). McGuinn could do a lot more than chime, however, as demonstrated by his still-astonishing trane licks on "Eight Miles High . Related, Video: Robbie Robertson Talks About the Evolution of his Guitar Style, The Beginnings of the Band: Rolling Stone's 1968 Cover Story, A Portrait of the Band as Young Hawks: Rolling Stone's 1978 Feature on 'The Last Waltz'.
We would like to talk about album making and what are some of the strongest memories from recording and producing albums like Fifth Dimension, which was a way different album and is now regarded as highly influential. You were exploring the grounds of Jazz and Eastern Raga music and the results were songs like Eight Miles High, I See You and What’s Happening?!?! which are incredible psychedelic rock pieces. You stepped away from Folk Roc. ow did ideas to change your music appear?
Jesus, is Roger McGuinn stick kicking about? It’s been almost fifty bloody years since The Byrds released their big break out Turn! Turn! . In fact McGuinn hasn’t brought out an album in a while; one in the last twenty years. He just jams out his favourites to a highly receptive crowd. They’re mostly oldies, but there’s nothing wrong with that. I saw Roger Mcguinn in Worcester, Ma and what a treat it was ! He looked great ! Played great and in between songs told some wonderful and amusing stories.
Earlier this summer, Roger McGuinn reunited with his Byrds co-founder Chris Hillman to embark on their first series of concerts together in more than 25 years. But that isn’t the craziest part. In honor of the groundbreaking country rock album’s 50th anniversary, PEOPLE spoke with McGuinn and Hillman at length about the album’s genesis and its remarkable legacy. By early 1968, the Byrds bore scant resemblance to the band of folk-rock troubadours who first stormed the charts three years earlier with Mr. Tambourine Man - a song penned by Roger McGuinn’s old Greenwich Village buddy, Bob Dylan. That’s what it’s all about - it’s a creative art form and we’re adding to it and hopefully evolving it. Sweetheart Of The Rodeo Tour Dates.
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Roger mcguinn's version of bob dylan's song "it's alright ma" from the classic movie easy rider
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|A||–Roger McGuinn||(An Interview With The Artist Featuring Some Of His Hit Songs)||5:00|
|B||–Cheap Trick||(An Interview With Rick Nielsen Of The Group Featiuring Some Of Their Hit Songs)||4:38|
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