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  1. The Byrds were one of the most progressive and exciting band in '60s rock, with no peers outside the Stones-Beatles-Beach Boys triumvirate. This box set, which collects their original Columbia albums, represents over percent of their career, basically everything they released, all 12 albums (aside from their reunion album recorded for Asylum). This material was frequently astonishing.
  2. Dec 16,  · The Indiana band Hickory Wind made just one self-titled album in , pressed in a run of copies. The record's a strange, amateurish, yet intermittently tuneful blend of teen pop, garage rock, psychedelia, and country-rock, sung in a fashion that makes it uncertain whether the record was a low-key joke or a naïvely earnest effort to do the best they could.
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  5. It begins callin' me home, Hickory wind. I started out younger at most everything All the riches and pleasures, what else could life bring? But now when I'm lonesome I always pretend That I'm gettin' the feel of Hickory wind. It's a hard way to find out that trouble is real In a far away city with a far away feel But it makes me feel better.
  6. Jul 09,  · Dan Catherall of the eclectic rock band Lone Pine, working on a version of "Hickory Wind" which was written by the great Gram Parsons and Bob Buchanan. For .
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  8. "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 , and first appeared on The Byrds' Sweetheart of the Rodeo album.

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