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Gram Parsons/Grievous Angel

Album: Gram Parsons/Grievous Angel
# Song Title   Time
1)    Still Feeling Blue
2)    We'll Sweep Out the Ashes in the Morning
3)    Song For You, A
4)    Streets of Baltimore
5)    She
6)    That's All It Took
7)    New Soft Shoe, The
8)    Kiss the Children
9)    Cry One More Time
10)    How Much I've Lied
11)    Big Mouth Blues
12)    Return of the Grievous Angel
13)    Hearts on Fire
14)    I Can't Dance
15)    Brass Buttons
16)    $1000 Wedding
17)    Medley Live From Northern Quebec: Cash On The Barrelhead / Hickory Wind
18)    Love Hurts
19)    Ooh las Vegas
20)    In My Hour of Darkness
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1. Still Feeling Blue

2. We'll Sweep Out The Ashes In T

3. A Song For You

4. Streets Of Baltimore

5. She

6. That's All It Took

7. The New Soft Shoe

8. Kiss The Children

9. Cry One More Time

10. How Much I've Lied

11. Big Mouth Blues

12. Return Of The Grievous Angel

13. Hearts On Fire

14. I Can't Dance

15. Brass Buttons

16. $1000 Wedding

17. Cash On The Barrelhead

18. Hickory Wind

19. Love Hurts

20. Ooh Las Vegas

21. In My Hour Of Darkness

Performer Notes
  • 2 LP's on 1 CD: GP (1973)/GRIEVOUS ANGEL (1974).
  • Personnel: Gram Parsons (vocals, acoustic guitar); Barry Tashian (vocals, guitar); Emmylou Harris, Barry & Holly Tashian (vocals); Bernie Leadon (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, dobro); Herb Pedersen (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); James Burton (electric guitar, dobro); Al Perkins , Buddy Emmons (steel guitar, pedal steel guitar); Alan Munde (banjo); Byron Berline (mandolin, fiddle); Harold Battiste, Jr., Hal Battiste (baritone saxophone); Glen D. Hardin (piano, organ); Steve Snyder (vibraphone, background vocals); Stephen Snyder (vibraphone); Emory Gordy (bass instrument); Sam Goldstein, John Guerin, N.D. Smart II, Ron Tutt, Ronnie Tutt (drums); Mitch Gordon, Phil Kaufman, Lewis Morford, Joe Doe, Ed Tickner, Jane Doe, Kim Fowley, Tom Bahler, Linda Ronstadt, Ron Hicklin (background vocals).
  • Audio Mixer: Hugh Davies.
  • Audio Remixer: Hugh Davies.
  • Liner Note Authors: Marley Brant; John Delgato.
  • Recording information: Capitol Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA; Wally Heider Studio 4.
  • Director: Glen D. Hardin.
  • Photographer: Barry Feinstein.
  • In the pursuit of what he labeled "Cosmic American Music," Gram Parsons--with the Byrds, the Flying Burrito Brothers, and as a solo artist--helped invent country-rock, forever changing the relationship between the two genres. GP, released in 1973, and GRIEVOUS ANGEL, released posthumously in 1974, are the only two studio albums on which Parsons served as the lone bandleader. With the help of Elvis Presley's backing band and a then unknown singer named Emmylou Harris on harmony vocals, Parsons wrapped up bluegrass, honky tonk, traditional country, R&B, and rock & roll in one delicious package.
  • Compiled here on one CD, both GP and GRIEVOUS ANGEL are packed with country-rock classics like the character sketch ballad "She," the boot-tapping "That's All It Took," and the irresistibly rocking "Big Mouth Blues," while "Return of the Grievous Angel" is an all-time Parsons gem and one of his most beautiful duets with Harris. The albums flow together perfectly, with the strength of the songwriting and musicianship guaranteeing no missteps along the way (even the covers of "Love Hurts" and a rave-up version of the Louvin Brothers' "Cash on the Barrellhead" sparkle). In addition to its status as one of the quintessential, defining documents of country-rock, GP/GRIEVOUS ANGEL is still a beautiful, satisfying listen decades after its release.
Professional Reviews
Q (1/94, p.111) - 5 Stars - Indispensable - "...the modern era's best country all-time great album..."

Melody Maker (11/6/93, p.33) - "...the desperate sadness of the ballads stands outside time and place....GRIEVOUS ANGEL is simply the finest record of its kind...blazingly, unimpeachably brilliant...."

NME (Magazine) (9/18/93, p.19) - Ranked #20 in NME's list of 'The Greatest Albums Of The '70s.'

NME (Magazine) (10/2/93, p.29) - Ranked #53 in NME's list of the 'Greatest Albums Of All Time.'

NME (Magazine) (8/12/00, p.29) - Ranked #21 in The NME "Top 30 Heartbreak Albums" - "...[His] traumatized narratives of jilted grooms, forlorn lovers and drifters grasping for spiritual consolation represented the apotheosis of country misery."
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