Eight Miles High

single

"Eight Miles High" is a 1966 song by The Byrds and was taken from their third studio album Fifth Dimension. It went to number 14 in the United States and number 24 in the United Kingdom. The song was subjected to a US radio ban shortly after its release following drug content use. It has been covered by many artists since its release.

"Eight Miles High"
Single by the Byrds
from the album Fifth Dimension
B-side"Why"
ReleasedMarch 14, 1966
RecordedJanuary 24–25, 1966
StudioColumbia, Hollywood
Genre
Length3:33
LabelColumbia
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)Allen Stanton
The Byrds singles chronology
"Set You Free This Time" / "It Won't Be Wrong"
(1966)
"Eight Miles High"
(1966)
"5D (Fifth Dimension)"
(1966)
Music video
"Eight Miles High" (audio) on YouTube

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