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  1. Tygozilkree says:
    Additionally, "Eight Miles High" lingered longer in the group's repertory than any other song that Clark wrote or co-wrote -- the basic single was too good to ignore and fans knew and expected the song, and as the group line-up was transformed in , to encompass musicians who were more at home in extended jams, that's what it became.
  2. Fenrigal says:
    "Eight Miles High" is a song by the American rock band the Byrds, written by Gene Clark, Jim McGuinn (a.k.a. Roger McGuinn), and David Crosby. It was first released as a single on March 14, Musically influenced by Ravi Shankar and John Coltrane, the song was influential in developing the musical styles of psychedelic rock, raga rock, and psychedelic pop.
  3. Dihn says:
    Sep 17,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Byrds - Eight Miles High - 9/23/ - Fillmore East (Official) YouTube Santana - Soul Sacrifice - 8/18/ - Tanglewood (Official) - Duration: Santana on MV.
  4. Mom says:
    Feb 19,  · Recorded 50 years ago in January, , Eight Miles High was Gene Clark's last studio work with The Byrds before moving on to pursue a solo career. The song first appeared as .
  5. Moogujinn says:
    8 Miles High Lyrics: Eight miles high / And when you touch down / You'll find that it's / Stranger than known / Signs in the street / That say where you're goin' / Are somewhere / Just being their own.
  6. Fern says:
    Eight Miles High was one of the three greatest hits of The Byrds. This is the band where David Crosby started out. It is considered an important song in music history because it is considered the first psychedelic rock song and became a mainstay of the counterculture movement/5(26).
  7. Majas says:
    Apr 28,  · Eight Miles High Written-By – D. Crosby*, G. Clark*, R. McGuinn* 3: Roadrunner Written-By – J. Richman* 4: Pale Blue Eyes Written-By – L. Reed* 5: So You Want To Be A Rock'n'roll Star Written-By – C. Hillman*, R. McGuinn* 6: Femme Fatale Written-By – L. Reed* 7: See No Evil Written-By – T. Verlaine* 2 4/5(5).
  8. Gakasa says:
    Eight Miles High Lyrics: Eight miles high / And when you touch down / You'll find that it's / Stranger than known / Signs in the street / That say where you're going / Are somewhere / Just being.
  9. Tojagis says:
    Eight miles high And when you touch down You'll find that it's stranger than known Signs in the street That say where you're going Are somewhere Just being their own Nowhere is There warmth to be found Among those afraid of losing their ground Rain-gray town.

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