06 July 2010

Flying Burrito Brothers - Avalon Ballroom 1969




The Flying Burrito Brothers
Avalon Ballroom (San Francisco)
April 6, 1969


Gram Parsons - vocals, guitar, organ
Chris Hillman - vocals, guitar, mandolin
Sneaky Pete Kleinow - pedal steel guitar
Chris Etheridge - bass
Michael Clarke - drums

1.Introduction / Close Up …2:31
2.Dark End Of The Street4:28
3.Medley: If You Can't Understand…3:35
4.She Once Lived Here5:08
5.Sweet Mental Revenge3:19
6.We Gotta Get Ourselves T…3:43
7.Lucille2:54
8.Sin City4:52
9.You Win Again3:37
10.Hot Burrito #1  4:28
11.Hot Burrito #2  4:26
12.You're Still On My Mind2:37
13.The Train Song2:22
14.Jesus, Move Me Down The …2:15
15.Long Black Limousine3:30
16.Do Right Woman 



no covers
mp3/128k/54mb
DOWNLOAD LINK IS AT:
[LINKS REMOVED]

sorry this seems to be released by Parsons

10 comments:

fred said...

got to congratulate you for this one even though i still can't dig gram parsons at all, really hard to find
will enjoy it anyway at least once!

fred

Stadium said...

Despite using password this will not extract

Stadium said...

Is this the Amoeba release?

Anonymous said...

fred said...
"got to congratulate you for this one even though i still can't dig gram parsons at all, really hard to find
will enjoy it anyway at least once!"


You can find it at your local record store...

Stadium said...

Does it still constitute a bootleg

Stadium said...

I managed to extract eventually, must have been messing up the p/w

Tunz Master said...

this may have been a bootleg prior to parsons releasing it himself, don't know.........but I had to remove the links to try to stay safe so to speak.

it's pretty good stuff, glad ya got it.

Stadium said...

So am I. I'll purchase the retail release when they stop asking ludicrous prices.

fred said...

yes you're right, i mistook the boot my fault

fred

Anonymous said...

The only other source I have seen for this show is from the Wolfgangs. A real hissy source. The release from Amoeba is excellent, at least from the one track the I have heard on their website. They do not include "Do Right Woman", which if this release has a clean version of, I would be most interested in. The Wolfgang sound is not the same tape as "The Bear" recorded it, otherwise it would have not been in the Bill Graham warehouse.

I am going to purchase the release from Amoeba, but it is an incomplete show. I asked from them, if they had the last track, "Do Right Woman", but alas, they do not have it available. Is there any help here?

regards