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The Definitive Collection

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Download links and information about The Definitive Collection by The Flying Burrito Brothers. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Rock genres. It contains 25 tracks with total duration of 01:17:59 minutes.

Artist: The Flying Burrito Brothers
Release date: 2002
Genre: Rock
Tracks: 25
Duration: 01:17:59
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Christine's Tune 3:01
2. Sin City 4:09
3. Do Right Woman 3:56
4. Dark End of the Street 3:55
5. My Uncle 2:37
6. Wheels 3:02
7. Juanita 2:29
8. Hot Burrito,Pt. 1 3:39
9. Hot Burrito, Pt. 2 3:15
10. Do You Know How It Feels 2:07
11. Hippie Boy 4:55
12. The Train Song 3:03
13. Lazy Days 2:59
14. Image of Me 3:18
15. High Fashion Queen 2:06
16. If You Gotta Go 1:49
17. Man In the Fog 2:29
18. Farther Along 4:00
19. Older Guys 2:28
20. Cody, Cody 2:44
21. God's Own Singer 2:06
22. Down In the Churchyard 2:20
23. Wild Horses 6:21
24. Six Days on the Road 2:54
25. Close Up the Honky-Tonks 2:17

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It's tough to get closer to the core of country-rock than this collection. The genre's patron saint, Gram Parsons, cut two albums fronting The Flying Burrito Brothers in between leaving The Byrds and going solo, and the "Cosmic American Music" he created with his band of former Byrds and future Eagles has inspired generations of alt-country artists. All the tracks from the first two Burrito albums (and then some) are here, from the aching love ballad "Hot Burrito #1" to the barroom rocker "Lazy Day." Soul was a crucial Burrito ingredient too, exemplified by shimmering, twangy covers of the James Carr hit "Dark End of the Street" and the Aretha Franklin classic "Do Right Woman."