A distinguished member of the Better Records Rock and Pop Hall of Fame.
The sound is big and rich throughout, with excellent transparency and clarity. The vocals are breathy and present and the bottom end is superb. Most copies out there are too murky and/or blurry to make sense of, but this one sounded just about right to our ears. The guitars have that “jangly” sound that you want to hear on a Byrds record. You’d have to have a lot of clean pressings around to have decent odds of finding one that sounds this good and plays this quietly! (more…)