Country-rock journeyman bass player Clyde Skip Battin was part of the duo Skip Flip that scored three chart entries in 1959-1960, including It Was I and Cherry Pie, both of which reached number 11. He formed the Evergreen Blueshoes in the mid-'60s and was a member of the Byrds from 1969 to 1972, playing bass and singing. He later appeared with lineups of the Flying Burrito Brothers and New Riders of the Purple Sage. ~ William Ruhlmann, Rovi

Skip Battin - Skip (1972) Full Album
Skip Battin TV Broadcast 1965- Searchin/She Acts Like We Never Have Met
Skip Battin - Navigator (1981) (Full)
The Byrds - John York Leaves/Skip Battin Joins
Don't Go Down the Drain
Do Not Disturb
Skip Battin/Spencer Dryden - Dust My Promise (UNRELEASED)
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