Name That Tune

I chose this version of a Bob Dylan’s song-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             by the UK’s The Byrd’s because its acoustic, and because even after 7 yrs of this song being released by this band in 1965 it was still top on the Billboard charts in the US. Before playing do you know what tune it is?

Another hint?

It’s still very popular today/ Hitting the charts n 1972

The Byrd’s

Know?…………

Of Course It Is! Mr Tambourine Man

The Band:

 David Crosby, Gene Clark, Michael Clarke, Chris Hillman, and Roger McGuinn

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8 thoughts on “Name That Tune

    • What an awesome time machne it is. I would not mind. Jim (Roger) Mcguin’s has such a great lyrical quaility to his vocals. I just loved this band.
      Strike that! It should be “Love” this band. Still very much what I listen to.

      Thanks sis for coming on over.. hope you put youtr feet up and rested ahile. Hugs my sister-caddio

    • So love when that kind of thing happens. I am not surprised in your tatse of music Kathy. We have so many alikes in music that I could probbly choose most anything,
      This is a special song, and I have always liked it as well.

      Thanks so much for coming by. It is always good to see a friend ~

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