Country-rock journeyman bass participant Clyde “Neglect” Battin was area of the duo Neglect & Turn that scored 3 graph entries in 1959-1960, including “IT HAD BEEN I actually” and “Cherry Pie,” both which reached amount 11. He produced the Evergreen Blueshoes within the middle-’60s and was an associate from the Byrds from 1969 to 1972, playing bass and performing. He later made an appearance with lineups from the Traveling Burrito Brothers and New Riders from the Purple Sage.
|1||Former member of The Byrds.|
|2||Former member of The Flying Burrito Brothers.|
|3||Former member of The New Riders of the Purple Sage.|
|4||He was the "Skip" of Skip and Flip ("Flip" was Gary Paxton), who had a #11 hit in 1959 with "It Was I" (written by Paxton) and then with "Cherry Pie".|
|Ciao Manhattan||1972||performer: "Citizen Kane" / writer: "Citizen Kane"|
|Banjoman||1975||Documentary||As Himself in The Byrds (as The Byrds)|
|Stamping Ground||1971||Documentary||Himself (as The Byrds)|
|Unsere kleine Show - Musik zur blauen Stunde||1971||TV Series||Himself - Musician|
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