David Crosby In The Byrds
David Crosby In The Byrds was a rhythm guitarist and vocalist. The Byrds band mainly focuses on Rock, pop, folk rock, and psychedelia.
The Byrds was popular in 1965 because of contemporary and traditional folk music. Besides Crosby, the original band included other four members: McGuinn as lead guitarist plus vocalist, Gene Clark on tambourine and vocals, Chris Hillman as bass guitarist and vocalist, and Michael Clarke as drummer.
Some of the songs written by Crosby while in The Byrds are:
- I See You
- It Happens Each Day
- Lady Friend
- Long Time Gone
- Dolphin's Smile
- Eight Miles High
- Everybody's Been Burned
- Tomorrow is a Long Way Away
- What's Happening
The band encountered multiple changes from its origin. The consistent member of the band was Roger McGuinn. The debut studio album by this American rock band is 'Mr. Tambourine Man' by Columbia Records.
The studio albums with The Byrds Band in which Crosby had his contributions are:
|Studio Albums||Release Date|
|Mr. Tambourine Man||June 21, 1965|
|Turn! Turn! Turn!||December 6, 1965|
|Fifth Dimension||July 18, 1966|
|Younger Than Yesterday||February 6, 1967|
|Byrds||March 7, 1973|