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Turn, Turn, Turn

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  1. In Turn! Turn! Turn! the band has somewhat rectified that issue: resulting in a more diverse record, with the concomitant advantages this entails. The opening track is one of the band's most famous songs: a cover of Peter Seeger's "Turn! Turn! Turn!"/5().
  2. Dec 19,  · Song Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is a Season) Artist The Byrds; Writers Pete Seeger; Licensed to YouTube by SME (on behalf of Columbia); UMPG Publishing, EMI .
  3. To Everything (Turn, Turn, Turn) There is a season (Turn, Turn, Turn) And a time to every purpose, under Heaven. A time to be born, a time to die A time to plant, a time to reap A time to kill, a time to heal A time to laugh, a time to weep. To Everything (Turn, Turn, Turn) There is a season (Turn, Turn, Turn) And a time for every purpose.
  4. Jul 09,  · We have an official Turn Turn Turn tab made by UG professional guitarists. Check out the tab».
  5. Turn!" album was a make it or break it for the Byrds; during this short time they rivalled the Beatles, and the massive success of the title track solidified their stance, if only for a brief time. But the other ten songs were what proved the group's talent, avoiding sophomore slumps /5.
  6. Turn Turn Turn, Minneapolis, Minnesota. K likes. Turn Turn Turn is a trio who have bonded over their mutual love of close harmonies and 60s and 70s-inspired country, folk and pop music to form an 5/5.
  7. Jul 23,  · Often described in their early days as a hybrid of Dylan and the Beatles, the Byrds in turn influenced Dylan and the Beatles almost as much as Bob and the Fab Four had influenced the Byrds. The Byrds' innovations have echoed nearly as strongly through subsequent generations, in the work of Tom Petty, R.E.M., and innumerable alternative bands of.
  8. Jun 02,  · Of course there wasn’t anything much worse than assembling a song around the Book of Ecclesiastes, with “Turn, Turn, Turn” being the creation of Pete Seeger, a lefty, a communist, a man who was irrelevant by the mid 60’s, who made his career during a forgotten era so why were The Byrds reaching so far back, when what we were all waiting for was just around the corner with the /5(1K).
  9. Turn! Turn!, in many ways exceeds the expectations of their debut, Mr. Tambourine Man. While the formula had been established with their string, harmony-laden version of the Dylan tune, the band still had plenty of variations to work over. This time, the title track is a Pete Seeger adaptation of Biblical verse given the Byrds’ trademarked.

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