'Younger Than Yesterday' is The Byrds' fourth album and was originally released in 1967.
As on its predecessor, the album features elements of psychedelic rock like experimenting with new musical textures, including brass instruments and reverse tape effects.
On the other hand the first country and western influences can be found on the album, being early indicators of the country rock direction the band would pursue on their later albums.
Nowadays 'Younger Than Yesterday' is considered one of The Byrds' finest albums.
This is illustrated by the fact that Rolling Stone magazineÂ ranked the album at #124 on their 2003 list of The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
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A1 So You Want To Be A Rock 'N' Roll Star
A2 Have You Seen Her Face
A3 C.T.A. - 102
A4 Renaissance Fair
A5 Time Between
A6 Everybody's Been Burned
B1 Thoughts And Words
B2 Mind Gardens
B3 My Back Pages
B4 The Girl With No Name