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  1. Editors' Notes Working quickly after the success of “Mr. Tambourine Man” and their debut album, The Byrds confirmed their place in the new folk-rock vanguard with an equally confident follow-up. Adapted from Pete Seeger’s own adaptation of the Book of Ecclesiastes, “Turn! Turn! Turn!” provided a hopeful salve for listeners in troubled times.
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  4. This album is just as great as the band's first album and is a great mixture of cover songs as well as originals. It was released only a few months after Mr Tambourine Man and pretty much picks up where that album left off. out of 5 stars The Byrds, from the mid Sixties, Turn,Turn,Turn is a landmark CD well worth the price of purchase /5().
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  7. Howdenjones are a musical duo with 15 years experience of writing, recording, and performing their own songs and tunes, gathering stories and sharing their experiences along the way. Using acoustic instruments and exploring folk, blues, and contemporary music styles, they specialise in playing at village halls, community meeting rooms, and.
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