|All Night Long||4:15|
|We Can Do It All Over Again||4:46|
|Why Baby Why||3:47|
|I'm Not Lonely Anymore||3:05|
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It was issued in April 2004 as an exclusive Internet release. The album marked McGuinn's return to his signature instrument, the Rickenbacker 12-string electric guitar, after several projects focusing on folk and other traditional musical styles. The opening song is a cover of the Beatles' 1965 track "If I Needed Someone", which McGuinn recorded as a tribute to George Harrison.
Thunderbyrd is American singer-songwriter and guitarist Roger McGuinn's 5th solo studio album, released in 1977 on the Columbia Records label. Following the success of his 1976 album Cardiff Rose, McGuinn intended to make another album in collaboration with its producer Mick Ronson. This project however never materialized. Instead he put together a new band, Thunderbyrd, and recorded this album with them.
Thunderbyrd (LP, Album). Thunderbyrd (Cass, Album).
The first album in the set, "Roger McGuinn," made a very strong statement. The material was outstanding, blending folk and rock jazz, and country themes. Guest performers included former Byrds Gene Clark, David Crosby and Chris Hillman, along with Bruce Johnston, Spanky McFarlane and many others. Peace on You" was album number two, and again featured a very strong song mix. Entry number three was "Roger McGuinn and Band," featuring Roger fronting a very strong and tight rock and roll band, but it was a little thin on new material. The final album, "Thunderbyrd," again features Roger fronting a tight band and features some very tight musicianship and an interesting blend of new material and strong cover versions. Of particular note is Roger's rocking version of a song called "American Girl. The song was written by a then relatively unknown musician by the name of Tom Petty.
By: Roger McGuinn (1977, Rock). More albums from Roger McGuinn: Live From Mars by Roger McGuinn. Roger McGuinn by Roger McGuinn. Peace On You by Roger McGuinn. Live From Spain by Roger McGuinn. Cardiff Rose by Roger McGuinn. Roger McGuinn & Band by Roger McGuinn. McGuinn-Hillman by Roger McGuinn. Back From Rio by Roger McGuinn. View all albums . Thunderbyrd. By: Roger McGuinn (1977, Rock).