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The Gilded Palace of Sin and Burrito Deluxe


Download links and information about The Gilded Palace of Sin and Burrito Deluxe by The Flying Burrito Brothers. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 01:09:53 minutes.

Artist: The Flying Burrito Brothers
Release date: 1997
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 22
Duration: 01:09:53
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No. Title Length
1. Christine's Tune 3:03
2. Sin City 4:08
3. Do Right Woman 3:56
4. Dark End of the Street 3:55
5. My Uncle 2:36
6. Wheels 3:02
7. Juanita 2:28
8. Hot Burrito #1 3:36
9. Hot Burrito #2 3:16
10. Do You Know How It Feels 2:06
11. Hippie Boy 4:55
12. Lazy Days 3:12
13. Image of Me 3:19
14. High Fashion Queen 2:06
15. If You Gotta Go 1:48
16. Man In the Fog 2:29
17. Farther Along 4:00
18. Older Guys 2:28
19. Cody, Cody 2:44
20. God's Own Singer 2:05
21. Down In the Churchyard 2:19
22. Wild Horses 6:22



Gram Parsons truly came into his own on 1969’s Gilded Palace of Sin and 1970’s Burrito Deluxe, driving the Flying Burrito Brothers straight into his vision of “cosmic American music” — an innovative blend of Bakersfield country, Motown soul, Southern gospel and good old fashioned rock ‘n’ roll. On “Christine’s Tune” Parsons and ex-Byrd Chris Hillman approximate the nasal-toned harmonies of the Everly Brothers over a psychedelically twangy backdrop punctuated by “Sneaky” Pete Kleinow playing pedal steel through a fuzz-box. The following “Sin City” is an epic honky-tonk ballad that recalls the Louvin Brothers’ penchant for weird country-gospel musings. Stellar covers of Dan Penn’s “Do Right Woman” and “Dark End of the Street” proved Parsons knew good music, but his own “Hot Burrito #1” revealed an otherworldly gift for perfecting the woeful serenade. “Older Guys” hinted at the boogie-rock he would embed in his following solo recordings with Emmylou Harris. A perfect way to learn where the Eagles heard what they wanted to do.