Gram Parsons & The Fallen Angels “Live 3/9/73”

From 1973 a rare ? bootleg of Gram Parsons and The Fallen Angels, no more info than the track listing, if you have any details would be pleased to hear from you.


Gram Parsons – Still Feeling Blue

That’s All It Took

California Cotton Fields

Cry One More Time

A Song For You

Gram Parsons – If You Don’t Love Him (with Emmylou Harris)

Hang On Sloopy

Baby What You Want Me To Do

Bony Maronie

Forty Days (cuts of before the end)

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Wild Horses

This track is one that was love on first listen for me and the affair still goes on – I heard the Stones version first well before I discovered The Flying Burrito Brothers version which was the first to be released appearing on the bands second album Burrito Deluxe in April 1970, around a year before Sticky Fingers came out.

A quartet of favourites, MOKB has a whole load more.

The Flying Burrito Brothers – Wild Horses (buy)

Old & In The Way – Wild Horses (Wiki)

Elvis Costello & Lucinda Williams – Wild Horses (Live CMT)

And the best Stones version from Sticky Fingers Outakes – with added twang.

Rolling Stones – Wild Horses (Sticky Fingers Outakes)

Grievous Angel – The Gram Parsons Story

Continuing on the Gram theme here’s a fantastic one hour audio documentary hosted by the venerable Bob Harris who takes a look back at the enigma that is Gram Parsons, contributions from Polly Parsons, Emmylou Harris, Keith Richards, Phil Kaufman and some rare words of wisdom from the legend himself.

(Can’t recall how I got this so no acknowledgement)

Grievous Angel – The Gram Parsons Story – Part 1

Grievous Angel – The Gram Parsons Story – Part 2

Charlie Louvin “Hickory Wind: Live at the Gram Parsons Guitar Pull Waycross GA” (Tompkins Square 2010)

On February 22, 1956, The Louvin Brothers warmed up for Elvis Presley at City Auditorium in Waycross, GA. On hand was a nine year old boy named Gram Parsons. It would leave an indelible mark on the future legend, who went on to popularize several Louvin Brothers songs for the ages. On September 19, 2009, Charlie returned to Waycross to pay tribute to the granddaddy of “Alt Country”/”Americana”, singing “Hickory Wind” for the first time ever, as well as Louvin Brothers songs Gram either recorded or must have heard in his early years. If Gram is the granddaddy, Charlie is the great-granddaddy ; a Country Music Hall of Famer, and a legend in the truest sense of the word.

“There’s a young man whose name is hangin’ on this festival he recorded some Louvin brothers songs and we owe him a lot, he introduced our music to rock ‘n’ roll people” is how Charlie Louvin introduces us to Parsons classic – around which there remains some controversy.

1.Long Journey Home

2.Must You Throw Dirt In My Face

3.The Kind Of Man I Am

4. Charlie Louvin – Hickory Wind

5.If You Love Me, Stay Away

6.Wreck On The Highway

7.The Christian Life

8.I Still Miss Someone

9.Think I’ll Go Somewhere And Cry Myself To Sleep

10.Workin’ Man Blues

11.Let Her Go, God Bless Her

12.Please Don’t Tell Me How The Story Ends

13.I Don’t Love You Anymore

14. Charlie Louvin – Cash On The Barrelhead

Download the album @ eMusic

Despite or in spite of his health problems Louvin has another album set for release later this year.

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