Fifth Dimension is the third album by the American folk rock band the Byrds and was released in July 1966 on Columbia Records (see 1966 in music). Most of the album was recorded following the February 1966 departure of the band's principal songwriter Gene Clark. In an attempt to compensate for Clark's absence, guitarists Jim McGuinn and David Crosby stepped into the breach and increased their songwriting output
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Portrait is the fifth album by American pop group The 5th Dimension, released in 1970 (see 1970 in music). This is the group's first album for Bell Records, having switched from the Soul City Records. The cover features an impressionistic portrait by famous artist LeRoy Neiman. The album languished in the mid-60's on the Billboard Top 200 Album Charts after the release of its first three singles, none of which entered the Top 20 of the American pop music charts.
Steve Ditko‘s birthday is today - and Arlen Schumer is here with the second in his series of nine weekly tributes to the great artists of the Silver Age. Enter the wondrous, bizarre world of Ditko: - UPDATED 11/2/18: Steve Ditko would have been 91 today. This first ran in 2014 but it’s well worth presenting again. - Arlen’s The Silver Age of Comic Book Art is revised and back in print, a lustrously illustrated hardcover, coffee-table book.
Although the Byrds' Fifth Dimension was wildly uneven, its high points were as innovative as any rock music being recorded in 1966. Immaculate folk-rock was still present in their superb arrangements of the traditional songs "Wild Mountain Thyme" and "John Riley. For the originals, they devised some of the first and best psychedelic rock, often drawing from the influence of Indian raga in the guitar arrangements.
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|A1||Gigantic Pulsating Metaloid Rubber Ban|
|B1||Mr. Johnson Has No Rhythm|
|B2||In Sync With Tiks
Co-producer – L. Fischer
- Mastered At – National Sound Corporation
NotesBoth sides play inside-out.
|SO 02||Steve Cinch*||Dimension (12", W/Lbl)||Sounds.||SO 02||US||1995|