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The Byrds: Colston Hall, Bristol

Roy Hollingworth, Melody Maker, 8 May 1971

A PINCH of snuff, the eucalyptus stabs the eye. McGuinn fastens the tin and slips it into his suit pocket. The rest of the guy's slip out of the bus for a meal. These are the Byrds and a mile away the Colston Hall, Bristol, sighs, takes in air, and begins to simmer down.

Total word count of piece: 570


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