The Byrds Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
The Byrds () were an American rock band formed in Los Angeles, California in 1964. The band underwent multiple lineup changes throughout its existence, with frontman Roger McGuinn (known as Jim McGuinn until mid-1967) remaining the sole consistent member.
"Byrds Fans--don't bother with this one!!!" says "J. R Sategna" on an Amazon review of The Byrds: Under Review on June 28, 2008:
"Byrds Fans--don't bother with this one!!!
Right on the DVD cover is a statement saying not authorized by the Byrds McGuinn, Hillman, or Crosby--that should be your first clue. The DVDs consist of performances by the Byrds which are cut off and short and a lot of talking by persons close to Byrd members stating their opinions of how the Byrds involved. I was extremely disappointed. How can you have a DVD set like this without McGuinn-Hillman-Crosby input--the ones who know the exact story. Having two of the latter-day Byrds on was OK but you need the original group to start the story. I learned a lot more about the Byrds start from talking to Chris Hillman at one of his recent club appearances in San Francisco than from this DVD set. Don't bother with this --hopefully, the original members left will come out and contribute to a better film about the Byrds--it is long overdue."
Business Development Manager (Former Employee) says"Absolutely the worst place I ever worked, you were intimidated and made to feel your job was always at jeopardy. The main management had e severe ego problem and would never of had his job if he wasn't family. Cons: Bobby Byrd"
Maintanence (Current Employee) says"manger/payroll guy's a good man but he has no control over payroll even though that is his Job title! and the only reason I'm still working there. if I was offered a better pay doing anything else I would Jump all over it! Cons: you name it!"
Landscape Laborer (Former Employee) says"Work outdoors, learned to edge and blow-leaf, management were all white, culture working with hard-working Mexicans, working in the hot sun, not enjoyable at all. Cons: Had to pay for uniform cleaning."
Diesel Mechanic/Fleet Manager (Former Employee) says"Fair in terms of employment, however, i'm seeking more advancement opportunities and stability."
Landscaper (Former Employee) says"General labor job. It is a very physically demanding job with long hours on your feet. Lots of walking and bending. Way too much overtime. Hard to concentrate. Cons: Too crowded"