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✨✧ Flying Burrito BrothersGilded Palace Of Sin ... LP
A&M, 1969. Very Good+ ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A true late 60s rock masterpiece – and like albums by Love and The Velvet Underground, a set that barely made a mainstream impact at the time – but which has gone on to be the stuff of influence and legend over the decades! The album's the first from Gram Parsons and the group – one of only two they would cut together – and the whole thing is a perfect blend of rough-edged rock and country influences rising up from the LA scene – all those glimmers of brilliance that Parsons had brought to the Byrds and other projects, maybe given their full flowering here in a mode that's unabashed about its country music influences – maybe even more so than some of Gram's later solo work. Sneeky Pete Kleinow's steel guitar really adds a lot – but so does the presence of Chris Hillman on guitar and mandolin, and Chris Ethridge on bass and piano. Titles include the brilliant "Sin City" – a track we'll love until we die – plus "Christine's Tune", "Do Right Woman", "Dark End Of The Street", "My Uncle", "Wheels", "Juanita", "Hot Burrito No 1", "Hot Burrito No 2", "Do You Know How It Feels", and "Hippy Boy". LP, Vinyl record album
(Tan label stereo pressing, including A&M inner sleeve. Cover has a bottom corner bend, but is otherwise great!)
 
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✨✧ ByrdsSweetheart Of The Rodeo ... LP
Columbia, 1968. Near Mint- ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the group's greatest moments – thanks in part to sweet Cali production from Gary Usher, and vocals from Gram Parsons! The vibe here is really a mix of the Byrds and Flying Burrito Brothers – and titles include "You Ain't Going Nowhere", "Hickory Wind", "Life In Prison", "Blue Canadian Rockies", "Pretty Boy Floyd", "The Christian Life", "You're Still On My Mind", and "Nothing Was Delivered". LP, Vinyl record album
(70s pressing. Cover has some ring and edge wear and a small sticker at the spine.)

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✨✧ Michael NesmithDifferent Drum – The Lost RCA Victor Recordings (blue vinyl pressing) ... LP
RCA/Real Gone, Early 70s. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
That's a country-looking Mike Nesmith on the cover – which is no surprise, as these cuts were all recorded during Nesmith's great early 70s country rock years on RCA – although none of them were issued at the time! Those in the know love Mike's fantastic records with The First National Band – done after his time in The Monkees, at a time when he was really letting his hair down and his songwriting skills flow – to a point where he was joining the hipper country-inspired world of The Flying Burrito Brothers and The Byrds! Those modes are in full flourish here – in a set that features 14 vocal numbers from the RCA years, including many rare alternates – and 8 more instrumentals, which show the wonderful use of pedal steel from Red Rhodes, and some of the other hip players on the sessions. Titles include "American Airman", "Six Days On The Road", and "Circle Sky" – plus rare alternates of "Some Of Shelly's Blues", "Marie's Theme", "Roll With The Flow", "Different Drum", "Tengo Amore", "Dedicated Friend", "Texas Morning", "Rene", "Listen To The Band", and other vocal tunes – some in very different arrangements. Instrumental tunes include "Hollywood", "Tan My Hide", "You Are My One", "Born To Love You", and "Magnolia Simms" – and the set also features a bonus "Loose Salute" radio spot too! LP, Vinyl record album
(On "Blue Smoke" vinyl!)
 
 
 



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