Younger Than Yesterday

The Byrds - Younger Than Yesterday
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1967 Ratings: #24
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CRITIC REVIEWS

100
AllMusic
David Crosby, Roger McGuinn, and especially Chris Hillman come into their own as songwriters on an eclectic but focused set blending folk-rock, psychedelia, and early country-rock.
Doublez
92
The History of The Albums – n° 331

Although it's no surprise, there's always something magical going on when you listen to The Byrds. Whether you know them by heart or not, there is above all this genius that cannot be explained. The stratospheric line-up is the main explanation, but diving into their 60's discography is still something unforgettable. Not only is this band one of the greatest of all time, but they are also one of the most avant-garde. A slight retrospective leads to ... read more
Muju123
50
I'm sorry but this is a mess
JayCrackers
85
Although not as tight or as cohesive as other pop folk rock record of its time it makes up with strong lyrics and catchy songs

Track Review

So You Want to Be a Rock 'n' Roll Star 8.5/10.
Have You Seen Her Face 9/10
C.T.A.-102 7.5/10.
Renaissance Fair 9.5/10
Time Between 8/10
Everybody's Been Burned 9/10
Thoughts and Words 8/10
Mind Gardens 7.5/10.
My Back Pages 10/10
The Girl with No Name 8.5/10
Why 8/10

Average: 8.5/10
GabrielDiablo
97
Amazing
lucacdornelles
83
RANKING THE SONGS:
11. Mind Gardens
10. Thoughts and Words
9. C.T.A. - 102
8. Why
7. Everybody's Been Burned
6. Renaissance Fair
5. The Girl With No Name
4. Time Between
3. So You Want to Be a Rock 'n' Roll Star
2. Have You Seen Her Face
1. My Back Pages
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Added on: October 29, 2013