When The Byrds cut the two songs featured on Live in Holland 1971 they may have been nearing the end of the trail, but this totally revamped Byrds lineup had plenty of firepower left in their mighty arsenal. Byrds founding member/vocalist/12-string legend Roger McGuinn along with guitar whiz Clarence White, bassist Skip Battin and drummer Gene Parsons sound better than ever sailing through muscular renditions of new Byrds fave (and Dr. John tribute) 'Lover of the Bayou' and Dylan country-rock staple 'You Ain't Goin' Nowhere.' McGuinn admits he kept the name of the legendary Los Angeles combo intact for the sake of his old pal (and new fretboard foil). 'Clarence White always wanted to be in The Byrds... and now he had his chance.' says McGuinn.