Various - An Interview Companion To Gram Parsons & Return Of The Grievous Angel mp3 flac download
|Title:||An Interview Companion To Gram Parsons & Return Of The Grievous Angel|
|Date of release:||1999|
|MP3 album size:||1318 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1590 mb|
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Return of the Grievous Angel: A Tribute to Gram Parsons is a 1999 tribute album to pioneering country rock musician Gram Parsons, co-produced by his one-time singing partner, Emmylou Harris and featuring cover versions of songs written/co-written by or popularized by Parsons, performed by Harris, Beck, Wilco, The Pretenders, Cowboy Junkies, Elvis Costello, Sheryl Crow, Lucinda Williams, David Crosby, Steve Earle, Chris Hillman and many other artists
The songs, culled from Parsons' early days with the Byrds through his posthumously released solo album, Grievous Angel, are uniformly excellent, or better. The best covers, like Lucinda Williams and David Crosby's "Return of the Grievous Angel" and the Rolling Creekdippers' "In My Hour of Darkness," feature the soaring, intertwined harmonies Parsons and Harris turned into magic on the originals.
A tribute to Gram Parsons. Executive Producers - Emmylou Harris, Paul Kremer. The Rolling Creekdippers" were a one-off ensemble comprising: Buddy Miller - Guitar, Melodica, Vocals Julie Miller - Guitar, Vocals Victoria Williams - Banjo, Vocals Mark Olsen - Vocals Jim Lauderdale - Vocals.
Sleepless Nights (Elvis Costello). 9. Return Of The Grievous Angel (Lucinda Williams & David Crosby). 10. One Hundred Years From Now (Wilco). 11. A Song For You (Whiskeytown). From the album notes: "If you're reading this, chances are I don't have to tell you that Gram Parsons was the subversive Harvard-educated hillbilly who invented country-rock in the mid-Sixties with the protypical International Submarine Band before perfecting it with the Byrds, the Flying Burrito Brothers, and on a pair of extraordinary solo albums before fatally overdosing in. 1973 at a mere 26. While the Eagles polished Parsons' country-rock to a multiplatinum sheen, his original vision was hell-bent, haunted, and heart-wrenching.
The album is a terrific mix of artists from across the pop spectrum, Parsons' old cronies working with his disciples. Chris Hillman, an ex-Byrd who co-founded the Burritos and was Parsons' main writing partner, trades vocals with Steve Earle on "High Fashion Queen", while David Crosby backs Lucinda Williams on the title track - in my opinion the strongest track in an album full of strong tracks. Wilco weighs in with a steamroller version of "One Hundred Years from Now" and Whiskeytown's cover of "A Song for You" is just beautiful. But somehow these tracks, like the rest of the album, manages this kind of soul-stirring without becoming maudlin. Return of the Grievous Angel should satisfy the most diehard of Parsons' fans while introducing his music to legions of young alt-country fans, who've basically been listening to him all along, who'll now know who to thank. That's what a tribute does best.
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Lucinda Williams & David Crosby - Return Of The Grievous Angel (4:21). Wilco - 100 Years From Now (2:54). Whiskeytown - A Song For You (6:46). Gillian Welch - Hickory Wind (4:42). The Rolling Creekdippers - In My Hour Of Darkness (4:49). As old Latin proverb says: how many people, so many tastes. You can download here blues music in few minutes.
Album · 2011 · 13 Songs. The musicians here are among the most sympathetic to Parsons’ cause, and their performances accentuate his greatness. Chrissie Hynde finds the sensual and seductive side of Parsons’ music with a rendition of She that lets Emmylou Harris find her groove. The Cowboy Junkies cast a hypnotic beauty over Ooh Las Vegas, which sounds like the soundtrack to a David Lynch film. Beck plays it straight and powerful for the Flying Burrito Brothers classic Sin City. Ex-Byrd and Burrito Brother Chris Hillman teams with Steve Earle for the pure country drive of High Fashion Queen
Compilation album by various artists. Parts of the album were performed on September 19, 1999 on the PBS show Sessions at West 54th Street. The performance included a version of the song "Wheels" which did not appear on the album by Chris Hillman and Jim Lauderdale. Emmylou Harris, Steve Earle, Chris Hillman, Ryan Adams and Whiskeytown, Jim Lauderdale, Gillian Welch, David Rawlings, and Bernie Leadon were some of the performers on the show.
|Featuring Interviews From|
|2||Raul Malo (Of The Mavericks)|
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NotesPromo only release.
"For promotional use only. Not for sale" on back of sleeve and CD label.