The Flying Burrito Brothers-Live in Amsterdam 1972

Label: Liberation Hall
Format: 2xLP

Formed by departing Byrds Gram Parsons and Chris Hillman in 1968, The Flying Burrito Brothers boasted a staggering wealth of musical talent during their first half-decade set of incarnations, including The Eagles' Bernie Leadon, and pedal steel titan “Sneaky” Pete Kleinow. But by 1972, soon-to-be Firefall founder Rick Roberts needed to recruit virtually a whole band to fulfill tour dates already contracted. Enter bluegrass legend Byron Berline and Roger Bush of Country Gazette, plus others, for a magical date recorded in Amsterdam in 1972. The double vinyl set had been available in Europe in ‘72/'73 and hadn't ever been released in the US. Features an entire bluegrass set followed by a country-rock set including their standards of “Wild Horses”, “Sin City” and ‘Devil in Disguise”. Packaged in a gatefold sleeve with liner notes, rare photos and a family tree.

Side One: 1. Six Days On The Road 2. The Image Of Me 3. Four Days Of Rain 4. My Uncle 5. Budle Poll Rag Shenandoah Valley Breakdown Side Two: 1. Sing Me Back Home 2. Hands to Dedication-White Line Fever 3. Why Are You Crying 4. Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms 5. The Salty Dog Blues Side Three: 1. Wild Horse 2. She Thinks I Still Care 3. The Wild Side OF Life 4. Rubin's Train-Foggy Mountain Breakdown 5. Dixie Breakdown Side Four: 1. Colorado 2. She Makes Me Lose My Blues-Sin City 3. Devil In Disguise 4. Roll Over Beethoven 5. Six Days on The Road

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