The version of The Byrds that played Amsterdam's prestigious Concertgebouw in July 1970 was very different to previous incarnations. The Skip Battin/Gene Parsons rhythm section was tight and allowed the guitars of Roger McGunn and Clarence White room to roam, most noticeably on an extended 'Eight Miles High'. Thoroughly road-hardened, the band played material from throughout their entire career and threw in some previously unreleased cover versions as well.
Baby What You Want Me to Do
Black Mountain Rag
You Don't Miss Your Water
Chimes of Freedom
Medley: Turn! Turn! Turn!/Mr. Tambourine Man/Eight Miles High/Hold I