|A4||Tiffany Queen 2|
|A5||You Ain't Going Nowhere|
|A6||I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better|
|B2||The Bells Of Rhymney|
|B3||Mr. Tambourine Man|
|B4||Turn, Turn, Turn|
|B5||8 Miles High|
|B6||Knockin' On Heavens Door|
|SOR 51188||R.E.M.||Roger, Bill, Mike & Pete Remember The Byrds (LP, Unofficial)||The Sons Of Rickenbacker||SOR 51188||US||Unknown|
Roger McGuinn is the first full-length solo album by Roger McGuinn, released in 1973. This album was released after The Byrds' 1973 reunion album, on which all five founding members of the group participated in the sessions. McGuinn himself has stated that any outtakes left over from those sessions appeared here, but this was later proven to be false with the discovery of several alternate takes and at least one outtake in late 2009.
Roger McGuinn & Band. 2016 Bonus Track Version. Peace On You. Roger McGuinn. The 1974 New York Broadcast.
A1Sunshine Love A2The Tears A3Chestnut Mare A4Tiffany Queen 2 A5You Ain't Going Nowhere A6I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better B1Mr. Spaceman B2The Bells Of Rhymney B3Mr. Tambourine Man B4Turn, Turn, Turn B58 Miles High B6Knockin' On Heavens Door. Color paper cover pasted on white album jacket.
Roger McGuinn - Ballad Of Easy Rider. Roger McGuinn - It's All Right Ma (I'm Only Bleeding). Roger McGuinn - American Girl. Roger McGuinn - Sunshine Love. Roger McGuinn - The Tears. Roger McGuinn - Chestnut Mare. Roger McGuinn - Tiffany Queen 2. Roger McGuinn & . You Ain't Going Nowhere.
Roger McGuinn" 1973 1. I'm So Restless 2. My New Woman 3. Lost My Drivin' Wheel 4. Draggin' 5. Time Cube 6. Bag Full Of Money 7. Hanoi Hannah 8. Stone 9. Heave Away 10. M'Linda 11. The Water Is Wide. Peace On You" 1974 1. Peace On You 2. Without You 3. Going To The Country 4. (Please Not) One More Time 5. Same Old Sound 6. Do What You Want To 7. Together 8. Better Change 9. Gate Of Horn 10. The Lady. and the incredible, how can i forget his name now? roger opened his set with electric rickenbacker on "james alley blues" a fine song, indeed! was one of the finest concerts we ever attended! and, we have been to many! just wishing to pass this along, best wishes for you and harold briggs margate, fl usa! - Friday, December 29, 2006 at 20:53:59 (EST). I'm very fan of Roger since the early 1966.
Roger McGuinn: My primary objective was to get the songs saved, so people will remember them and they won't get lost. Songfacts: There was a great quote on your site about the importance of these songs. Roger: Before there was a printing press and books, songs captured and preserved our history. Songfacts: Let's discuss specific songs from Folk Den, starting with "Yellow Rose of Texas. Roger: It's historically interesting, because it was a song that was sung in the Civil War by the troops, and it was kind of a rallying song