Zurück zur Übersicht
  • Ab 55 € versandkostenfrei (innerhalb DE)
  • DHL Versand - Auslieferung auch Samstags
  • Über 50.000 Artikel direkt ab Lager lieferbar.

Flying Burrito Brothers Honky Tonk 2-CD

Artikel-Nr.: CD250160

Gewicht in Kg: 0,200


Sofort versandfertig, Lieferzeit** 1-3 Werktage

Statt: 9,95 € * (20 % gespart)
7,96 € *

Flying Burrito Brothers: Honky Tonk 2-CD

(2006/MA) 35 tracks from the vaults 1979-82 with 8 page booklet


Flying Burrito Brothers - Honky Tonk 2-CD CD 1
1: Diggi Diggi Li
2: Wheels
3: Dim Light, Thick Smoke
4: Faded Love
5: Devil In Disguise
6: Buildung Fires
7: Bon Soir Blues
8: White Line Fever
9: Sin City
10: She Thinks I Still Care
11: Why Baby Why?
12: Close Up The Honky Tonks
Flying Burrito Brothers - Honky Tonk 2-CD CD 2
1: She Belongs To Everyone But Me
2: Somewhere Tonight
3: Baby, How'd We Ever Get This Way?
4: Too Much Honky Tonkin'
5: Midnight Magic Woman
6: My Abandoned Heart
7: She's A Friend Of A Friend
8: Louisiana
9: Cheating Kind Of Love
10: Why Must The Ending Always Be So Sad
11: That's When You Know It's Over
12: You
13: I Swear I Don't Miss Her Anymore
14: She's A Hell Of A Deal
15: Another Shade Of Grey
16: Damned It I'll Be Lonely Tonight
17: It Something Should Come Between Us
18: When You're Going Yourself To A Stranger
19: Run To The Night
20: Coast To Coast
21: Closer To You
22: True Love Never Runs Dry
23: Tell Me It Ain't So


Artikeleigenschaften von Flying Burrito Brothers: Honky Tonk 2-CD

  • Interpret: Flying Burrito Brothers

  • Albumtitel: Honky Tonk 2-CD

  • Artikelart CD

  • Genre Country

  • Music Genre Country Music
  • Music Style Songwriter / Outlaw / Country Rock
  • Music Sub-Genre 009 Songwriter/Outlaw/Country Rock

  • SubGenre Country - General

  • EAN: 5413992501601

  • Gewicht in Kg: 0.200

Interpreten-Beschreibung "Flying Burrito Brothers"

Flying Burrito Brothers

Sin City

Flying Burrito Brothers

Sin City

(Gram Parsons-Chris Hillman)

recorded c. November 1968; A&M studio, Hollywood, California; Producers:The Flying Burrito Brothers, Larry Marks, Henry Lewy

with Gram Parsons: vocal/rhythm guitar; Chris Hillman: vocal/mandolin; Sneaky Pete Kleinow: pedal steel; Chris Ethridge: vocal/bass/piano; Eddie Hoh: drums

A&M SP 4175 (LP)


Cosmic American music. It was enough to make a country fan choke on soppin' syrup and go find some hippie ass to kick, but that was Gram Parsons' vision when he founded the Flying Burrito Brothers. The group name had been coined several years earlier by one of the International Submarine Band. The Byrds wanted it for an LP title, but Parsons hung onto it, and—after leaving the Byrds in England—returned to Los Angeles with his group name and his big dream. Parsons connected with Chris Ethridge, who'd played bass on some Submarine Band sessions, and then Chris Hillman left the Byrds and joined them. A steel guitarist was core to Parsons' vision, and he found Sneaky Pete Kleinow working in animation studios by day and moonlighting at hillbilly clubs. "Sneaky Pete is different," said steel ace Buddy Emmons. "He has a tone most steel players try NOT to get, the one we started out with, but he makes it work."

Getting a record deal was surprisingly easy. "We had more Byrds than the Byrds did," said Ethridge. Elektra, was interested, as was Warner Bros., but A&M's art director knew Chris Hillman and insisted that the Burritos meet Jerry Moss, the 'M' in A&M. Despite dismal sales of the first Dillard & Clark LP, Moss gave the Burritos $1500 apiece, and they went to Nudie's Rodeo Tailors on Lankershim Blvd. to order psychotropic-themed Nudie suits. And then it was time to come up with some songs. "'Sin City' is the song that personifies the Burrito Brothers," Hillman said later. "I wrote half of it while Gram was asleep in the morning. I said, 'Gram, wake up, I've got something really interesting. A verse and a chorus.' He thought it was great, downed a cup of coffee and we finished it in ten minutes. I wrote the first verse, 'This old town's filled with sin/It will swallow you in…' I'd just been through a divorce. My wife had been having an affair with [the Byrds'] road manager and there's some of that in there. Gram came up with the 'green mohair suits' stuff. A fascinating line. And then it went off into some abstract thing about being at the Whisky-a-Go Go on Sunset Boulevard. It was a microcosm of the culture at that particular time. People like Gene Clark from the Byrds, who came here from Kansas all bright-eyed, talented and idealistic, and the whole thing just swallowed him up. And Robert Kennedy was the fool who '…came around/And tried to clean up this town.'" The "gold-plated door on the 31st floor" belonged to Larry Spector, the guy who'd seduced Hillman's wife. "Spector was a thief, it was as simple as that," Hillman said. "And his condo was on the 31st floor behind this awful, garish gold door." Hillman and Parsons sung Sin City with the Louvin Brothers' demented piety. Were you in a backwoods church or roaring through one of L.A.'s vertiginous canyon roads in a drug-addled haze? Hillman and Parsons ensured that you were never sure. "There was a time," Hillman said, "when I'd hear someone talking about Gram Parsons' beautiful composition 'Sin City,' and I'd go, 'Hey, I had half that song written before he was awake.' And my wife would look over and say, 'Would you like to trade places with him now?'"

Sin City was one of the first two songs recorded at the chaotic album sessions. Drummer Eddie Hoh took A&M's money, played on this and another song, and then, in Parsons' words, "scored and left town." Sneaky Pete overdubbed his steel guitar and Ethridge probably overdubbed the piano; all other parts were live to tape. Released in mid-April 1969, the LP, 'Gilded Palace Of Sin,' has yet to be certified gold, but Rolling Stone placed it at #192 on its 500 best albums of all time. It became the cornerstone of alternative country music - as nebulous as that term is, influencing not only roots artists, but even some mainstream Nashville acts. Examine the DNA of the 20th century's biggest-selling LP, the Eagles' 'Greatest Hits,' and 'Gilded Palace Of Sin' is in evidence there, too. (Chris Hillman quotes compiled from the L.A. Times, No Depression, and interviews in Ben Fong-Torres' 'Hickory Wind').


- Colin Escott -

Various Country & Western Hit Parade 1969

Read more at:
Copyright © Bear Family Records

Presseartikel über Flying Burrito Brothers - Honky Tonk 2-CD
Kundenbewertungen für "Honky Tonk 2-CD"
Bewertungen werden nach Überprüfung freigeschaltet.
Schreiben Sie eine Bewertung für den Artikel "Flying Burrito Brothers: Honky Tonk 2-CD"

Die mit einem * markierten Felder sind Pflichtfelder.

Zuletzt angesehen