This is a strong Original Columbia Two-Eye pressing with very good sound and quiet vinyl. I did not grow up a huge Byrds fan but they've won me over, especially this album and Sweetheart Of The Rodeo. I've played dozens of these over the years and can report with confidence that this is a very good one, the sound is cleaner and clearer than most I've played. It's also very rich and full-bodied with that great '60s analog warmth. Eight Miles High and the title track are killer on here.
4 1/2 stars Allmusic: "Its high points were as innovative as any rock music being recorded in 1966."
Cover: VG+ (light crease, light wear on edges/corners)
Play notes: Very good sound, vinyl plays quietly