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Authorized Bootleg: The Flying Burrito Brothers (Live At Fillmore East, New York, N.Y. – Late Show, November 7, 1970) / Authorized Bootleg: The Flying Burrito Brothers (Live At Fillmore East, New York, N.Y. - Late Show, November 7, 1970)

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Download links and information about Authorized Bootleg: The Flying Burrito Brothers (Live At Fillmore East, New York, N.Y. – Late Show, November 7, 1970) / Authorized Bootleg: The Flying Burrito Brothers (Live At Fillmore East, New York, N.Y. - Late Show, November 7, 1970) by The Flying Burrito Brothers. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Rock, Country genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 41:35 minutes.

Artist: The Flying Burrito Brothers
Release date: 2011
Genre: Rock, Country
Tracks: 12
Duration: 41:35
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Lazy Days (Live At the Fillmore East) 4:01
2. One Hundred Years from Now (Live At the Fillmore East) 2:40
3. My Uncle (Live At the Fillmore East) 2:37
4. Cody, Cody (Live At the Fillmore East) 2:53
5. Christine's Tune (A.k.A. Devil in Disguise) [Live At the Fillmore East] 4:00
6. I Am a Pilgrim (Live At the Fillmore East) 3:01
7. Dixie Breakdown (Live At the Fillmore East) 2:16
8. Willie and the Hand Jive (Live At the Fillmore East) 3:47
9. Wild Horses (Live At the Fillmore East) 5:06
10. Feel Good Music (Live At the Fillmore East) 3:28
11. Hot Burrito #2 (Live At the Fillmore East) 4:12
12. Six Days On the Road (Live At the Fillmore East) 3:34

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This version of the Flying Burrito Brothers, the one without Gram Parsons and Chris Etheridge, was one strong country-rock band that never received the same credit due to Parsons’ cult following. It’s true Parsons was an enviable country singer, but it was this line-up that pulled it off live. Any concert with “Sneaky” Pete Kleinow on pedal steel and Chris Hillman leading the way performing tunes such as Dave Dudley’s “Six Days On the Road” and Mick Jagger and Keith Richards’ “Wild Horses” is one to hear. Future Eagles guitarist Bernie Leadon is one tough customer and he throws his fresh passion into the performance as well. The Burritos were meant to play honky-tonks more than a rock club like the legendary Fillmore and they play like speed-fueled truckers through much of the set, as “Christine’s Tune (A.k.a. Devil In Disguise)” breaks the land-speed record and tracks such as “Lazy Days,” “Dixie Breakdown” and “Willie and the Hand Jive” show the band’s love for playing, pure and simple.