Mr. Tambourine Man

The Byrds - Mr. Tambourine Man
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1965 Ratings: #16
June 21, 1965 / Release Date
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Colombia / Label
Folk Rock, Pop Rock / Genres
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tha138
86
From California came finally the american answer to the british invasion with a fine, rock debut, devided between covers and originals and built with the same ingredients that made their first single so exceptional: beautiful, vocal harmonies, a jangling guitar and a smart, youthful spirit.
Thanx boys!
iamnicmoore
50
TOPTENS: YEAR - 1965 (#10/10)

QUICK THOUGHTS: Jeez, what a boring record. Every track follows a strict formula, never straying away from their generic pop rock safety net.
mbertels
71
The originals are great. The covers are boring. Basically I could copy/paste that into every 1960s rock album review and be good to go.
Tallglassofwate
80
Great jangly pop-rock. The lilting vocals lend the album a gentle but beautiful aesthetic. This is one of the great moments of the mid-60s.
CheapandLethal
100
Amazing
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