Spanish Harlem Incident (1:57)

Cover of Mr. Tambourine Man

From Mr. Tambourine Man and 11 other releases

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  • Moonlight_Dawn

    To me The Byrds did fine covers of Dylan -- it's just different that Uncle Bob's sound.... to me The Byrds are more "psychedelic folk-rock" than Dylan. But of course who better to play Dylan than Dylan (himself). :D

    20 Feb 12:42am Reply
  • ColorCaptn

    Was waren wir jung und diese Musik ist toll !

    27 Jan 2014 Reply
  • mushroomtail

    They did have their own material! So you wanna be a rock 'n' roll star and eight miles high are written by them i think.

    7 Aug 2011 Reply
  • wisaac5440

    I can't believe how many Dylan covers this band did-didn't they have their own material?

    18 May 2011 Reply
  • PartySanCTG

    No, other people always made Dylan's tunes more listenable.

    21 Nov 2010 Reply
  • jethrotullfan

    I love The Byrds, but they always ruined Dylan's songs.

    25 Jun 2010 Reply
  • Dylanisgod2


    23 Apr 2010 Reply
  • DrHarry

    1:20 = funny mistakes. On "I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better" too.

    10 Apr 2009 Reply
  • Kilem3

    great cover

    18 Jan 2009 Reply
  • mk_qp

    McGuinn laughs at this mistake shortly afterwards.

    7 Oct 2008 Reply
  • Big_Dip

    Chris Hillman makes a major flub just after the third verse starts. He hits a note that sounds as if his E string broke and went slack. In an interview, he admitted the gaff and laughed about it, saying that it's proof he really did play on the cut because a studio guy would never have done that. Back then, fixing the mistake would have meant doing another take because the drums and bass probably were on the same track. So they left it in.

    29 Aug 2008 Reply
  • mattmacneil

    1:20 = What the hell?

    31 Mar 2008 Reply

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