The Byrds - Two Dimensions Single download album
Taken from the 4CD/4MC "The Byrds - The Byrds - The Ultimate Box Set".
Two Dimensions Single (7", Single, RM). CBS. 656544 0. Europe. The Byrds Mr Tambourine Man Remastered 2:34. The Byrds- Eight Miles High (HQ) 3:35.
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Fifth Dimension is the third album by the American folk rock band the Byrds and was released in July 1966 on Columbia Records (see 1966 in music). Most of the album was recorded following the February 1966 departure of the band's principal songwriter Gene Clark. In an attempt to compensate for Clark's absence, guitarists Jim McGuinn and David Crosby stepped into the breach and increased their songwriting output
Fifth Dimension is the third studio album by The Byrds. It was recorded from January 24 to May 25 of 1966. The album is more overtly psychedelic than its predecessors, and the band took influences from raga music (such as Ravi Shankar) and modal jazz (such as John Coltrane). The album is also notable for being the first album recorded after the departure of frontman Gene Clark, although he did participate in the recording of two of its tracks. Fifth Dimension Q&A.
Gg2000 Fifth Dimension was the album were the band went from being a straightforward folk rock band to a psychedelic band. Gene Clark left the band and only contributed to two songs on the album (Eight Miles High and Captain Soul). The Top Ten. 1 Eight Miles High. Although it wasn't as big a hit as Mr Tambourine Man or Turn! Turn! Turn!, it is still one of the most recognized songs of theirs. It's a psychedelic classic. 2 5D (Fifth Dimension).
5D (Fifth Dimension)" was the most improbable single ever issued by the Byrds and, even more so, the most daring opening track ever on any Byrds album. More challenging than the single "Eight Miles High" which preceded it - which had a driving beat and an extrovert quality - "5D"'s lyrics were steeped in notions of trans-dimensional existence and planes of perception beyond length, width, depth, and conventional time
The Byrds went through a number of changes between their second album Turn Turn Turn and their third album Fifth Dimension. The band's manager wanted to also produce the albums creating tension with producer Terry Melcher (who is also Doris Day's son) and ended up, with the band's permission, asked Columbia Records to replace Melcher. 2012 5D: has the stereo mix of the album AND its corresponding mono mix; having the mono mix again is the main reason I bought this import (more on that momentarily). 1996 5D: 6 bonus tracks (all in stereo) 2012 5D: 3 bonus tracks (all in mono).
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||Turn, Turn, Turn (To Everything There Is A Season)
Adapted By, Music By – P. Seeger*
|B||I Feel A Whole Lot Better
Written-By – G. Clark*
- Producer – Terry Melcher
- Remastered By – Tim Geelan, Vic Anesini
NotesTaken from the 4CD/4MC "The Byrds - The Byrds - The Ultimate Box Set"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Label Code: LC 0149
- Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
|656544 7||The Byrds||Four Dimensions EP (7", EP, RM)||CBS||656544 7||UK||1990|
|656544 6||The Byrds||Four Dimensions E.P. (12", EP, RM)||CBS||656544 6||UK||1990|
|656544 4||The Byrds||Four Dimensions E.P. (Cass, EP)||CBS||656544 4||UK||1990|
|656544 5||The Byrds||Four Dimensions E.P. (CD, EP)||CBS||656544 5||UK||1990|
|656544 2||The Byrds||Four Dimensions E.P. (CD, EP, in )||CBS||656544 2||UK||1990|