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Gilded Palace of Sin / Burrito Deluxe
Flying Burrito Brothers
Gilded Palace of Sin / Burrito Deluxe
Genres: Country, Pop, Rock
 
  •  Track Listings (22) - Disc #1

Digitally remastered two-on-one of their first two LPs,1968's 'The Gilded Palace Of Sin' & 1969's 'Burrito Deluxe',the only albums they did with Gram Parsons. The line up herealso includes ex-Byrds Chris Hillman & Michael ...  more »

      
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All Artists: Flying Burrito Brothers
Title: Gilded Palace of Sin / Burrito Deluxe
Members Wishing: 14
Total Copies: 0
Label: Ume Imports
Original Release Date: 1/1/1969
Re-Release Date: 8/9/2004
Album Type: Extra tracks, Import, Original recording remastered
Genres: Country, Pop, Rock
Styles: Americana, Country Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 766482877621, 731454070423

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Digitally remastered two-on-one of their first two LPs,1968's 'The Gilded Palace Of Sin' & 1969's 'Burrito Deluxe',the only albums they did with Gram Parsons. The line up herealso includes ex-Byrds Chris Hillman & Michael Clarke, plusthe Eagles' Bernie Leadon. 22 tracks total, including 'SinCity', 'Christine's Tune' and 'Dark End Of The Street'. 1997A&M release.

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CD Reviews

The First Burrito Album was a Classic
J. Fuller | Minneapolis | 02/04/2010
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I love the first album, (more than Sweetheart (although McGuinn's version of "You Ain't Goin' Nowhere" is still my favorite Dylan cover). If you're a Parsons junkie, it compares favorably with Grevious Angel. We all know that the second album barely rates a mention. The fact that they're both included here as a single album is pretty funny. What puzzles me, however, is how Guilded Palace with all its mystical status, has always been considered a Parsons album. Yes, he was definitely a more flamboyant frontman than Chris Hillman, but the songs were collaborations and great ones at that. Hillman was as important to this album as Parsons was. I had the good fortune of seeing the band live soon after they had formed on a good night. The interplay and harmonies between Parsons and Hillman were fabulous. They put the Eagles, Poco, and later day Byrds to shame. I love Gram, don't get me wrong, but I do hope that Hillman finally gets his do. There are some great songs here. They're the ones from the band's beginnings when the Parsons/Hillman pairing clicked."