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Old 24-08-2010, 13:02
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Ah, The Byrds.
Wasn't Born To Follow of Course From the Film "Easy Rider" released 1969 from Columbia Pictures
Another great track from “Easy Rider”:-

The Band - The Weight (1968)

And while we’re on the subject of great sixties tracks used in films, here are a couple of others:-

Mel Tormé – Comin’ Home Baby (1962)
This absolute gem was featured in the highly acclaimed 2009 British film “An Education”.

The Regents - Barbara Ann (1961)
Although the 1973 film “American Graffiti” was a nostalgic piece set in 1962, most of the songs on the soundtrack were actually from the fifties. This is one of the few sixties tracks used, you’ll know the song, but not necessarily this version.
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