|Time Between - A Tribute to the Byrds|
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|Genre||Rock, alternative rock, indie rock, folk rock,|
|Label||Imaginary, Communion Label|
Time Between – A Tribute to The Byrds is a various artists tribute album consisting of cover versions of songs originally written and recorded by the Los Angeles band The Byrds.It was released in 1989 as an LP and CD by Imaginary Records in the UK and by the Communion Label in the United States. The vinyl LP features a fourteen-song track listing, while the CD edition of the album includes five bonus tracks, bringing the total number of songs to nineteen. Although the compilation did not chart in the U.S. or the UK, Bruce Eder, writing for the Allmusic website, has noted "A superior lineup of contributors helps make Time Between: A Tribute to the Byrds one of the better homages of its kind."
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"Hickory Wind" is a song written by country rock artist Gram Parsons and former International Submarine Band member Bob Buchanan. The song was written on a train ride the pair took from Florida to Los Angeles in early 1968, and first appeared on The Byrds' Sweetheart of the Rodeo album. Despite Buchanan's input, "Hickory Wind" is generally considered to be Parsons' signature song. Parsons' decision to play "Hickory Wind" instead of the planned Merle Haggard cover "Life in Prison" during The Byrds' performance at the Grand Ole Opry on March 15, 1968 "pissed off the country music establishment" and stunned Opry regulars to such an extent that the song is now considered essential to Parsons' legend.
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