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The Complete Reprise Sessions

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Download links and information about The Complete Reprise Sessions by Gram Parsons. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 48 tracks with total duration of 02:40:22 minutes.

Artist: Gram Parsons
Release date: 2006
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic
Tracks: 48
Duration: 02:40:22
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Still Feeling Blue 2:43
2. We'll Sweep Out the Ashes In the Morning 3:14
3. A Song for You 4:55
4. Streets of Baltimore 2:52
5. She 4:57
6. That's All It Took 3:01
7. The New Soft Shoe 3:53
8. Kiss the Children 3:00
9. Cry One More Time 3:41
10. How Much I've Lied 2:29
11. Big Mouth Blues 3:58
12. G.P. Radio Promo (She / Cry One More / Big Mouth Blues) 0:58
13. How Did You Meet Emmylou Harris? 1:52
14. What Is the Story Behind "A Song for You" 0:20
15. What Is the Story Behind "The New Soft Shoe" 0:51
16. W.B.C.N. Interview With Maxine Satori (3/73) 2:30
17. Love Hurts (featuring Emmylou Harris) 4:16
18. Sin City (featuring Emmylou Harris) 5:20
19. Return of the Grievous Angel 4:24
20. Hearts On Fire 3:52
21. I Can't Dance 2:24
22. Brass Buttons 3:29
23. $1000 Wedding 5:05
24. Medley Live from Northern Quebec / Cash On the Barrelhead / Hickory Wind 6:25
25. Love Hurts 3:38
26. Ooh Las Vegas 3:28
27. In My Hour of Darkness 3:49
28. Return of the Grievous Angel (Instrumental) 4:27
29. Did You Sing "Hickory Wind" At the Grand Ole Opry? 1:48
30. What Difference Do You See Between Pure Country and Country Rock? 1:09
31. She (Alternate Version) 4:58
32. That's All It Took (Alternate Version) 3:01
33. Still Feeling Blue (Alternate Version) 2:40
34. Kiss the Children (Alternate Version) 2:59
35. Streets of Baltimore (Alternate Version) 3:00
36. We'll Sweep Out the Ashes In the Morning (Alternate Version) 3:18
37. The New Soft Shoe (Alternate Version) 4:05
38. Return of the Grievous Angel #1 (Alternate Version) 4:28
39. In My Hour of Darkness (Alternate Version) 3:44
40. Ooh Las Vegas (Alternate Version) 3:42
41. I Can't Dance (Alternate Version) 2:24
42. Sleepless Nights (Alternate Version) 3:36
43. Love Hurts (Alternate Version) 3:44
44. Brass Buttons (Alternate Version) 3:27
45. Hickory Wind (Alternate Version) 4:15
46. Brand New Heartache 2:26
47. Sleepless Nights 3:23
48. The Angels Rejoiced Last Night 2:24

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Gram Parsons’ overdose on September 19, 1973 at age 26 ensured a certain legendary status for the man who brought country music to the rock n’ roll audience. His work with the Byrds and Flying Burrito Brothers merged his love of Hank Williams, Merle Haggard and George Jones with his equal affection for the Rolling Stones. His erratic personal life was mirrored in his musical output. He recorded just two solo albums — 1973’s G.P. and 1974’sGrievous Angel — for Reprise Records in the early 1970s, not living to see the release of the second. Both albums are stocked with highlights and feature the emergence of another future country heavyweight in Emmylou Harris, whose harmonies perfectly compliment Parsons throughout. A third disc of alternate takes will be of strong interest to Parsons fanatics, but mostly prove the producers of the original sets could discern the quality between the different takes. The real magic is heard in transcendent tracks ranging from the George Jones cover “That’s All It Took” and Parsons ori