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Still Get By - The Long Ryders - Native Sons (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  • Malajora
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    An early-'90s CD gathering 's EP and the following year's Native Sons, both long out of print on vinyl by that time, this disc is all the Long Ryders one really needs. Singer/songwriter (and future music journalist) Sid Griffin is a talented mimic of his musical idols (primarily the Byrds, perhaps the psychedelic-era Dillards, certainly his personal hero Gram Parsons, and -- just.
  • Mazulmaran
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    11 rows · In addition to the releases grouped on this Master Release, this album is also available on 4/5().
  • Kazrami
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    Oct 12,  · Paisley Underground Series # The Long Ryders- Native Sons () / () MP3 & FLAC their first full LP, Native Sons, Still got the vinyl of these two corkers, so many thanks for the extras. Apparently,(according to Shindig magazine - well worth checking out)Sid is selling his Gibson ES for £ to help pay for the.
  • Mikalar
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    The Long Ryders are an American alternative country and Paisley Underground band, principally active between and , who have periodically regrouped for brief reunions (, , , ). In they released a new studio album – their first in 32 .
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  • Shakajar
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    Biography. The Long Ryders were formed Thanksgiving in west Los Angeles, California. Kentucky born guitarist Sid Griffin left his sixties punk band The Unclaimed after having bonded musically with former Boxboys drummer Greg Sowders at a jam session in the notorious ON Klub in Silverlake. The other guitar player was Steve Wynn but he left to form the Dream Syndicate whereupon Virginia’s.
  • Tojagore
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    Native Sons is the last of the Long Ryders' three studio albums to be given the remastered-and-expanded treatment, somewhat ironic as it's the Ryders' debut album. The album opens with two alt country-rock ravers "Final Wild Son" and "Still Get By", then slows a beat for the beautiful Byrds pastiche "Ivory Tower", in which original Byrd Gene Clark provides harmony vocals alongside vocalist Stephen /5(31).
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