Wednesday, May 2, 2012

The Flying Burrito Brothers – WMMR Philadelphia 1971



The Flying Burrito Brothers – WMMR Philadelphia 1971

Sigma Studios, WMMR, Philadelphia - June 1971

Chris Hillman, Michael Clarke, Bernie Leadon, Rick Roberts, Al Perkins

THIS ONE IS GOING TO BE RELEASED OFFICIALLY ON JUNE 18th, 2012 – SO GRAB IT NOW.

THIS IS FROM A NEW SOURCE; THE SPEED HAS BEEN CORRECTED AND ALL FILES ARE TAGGED.

1. Intro (0:46)
2. Six Days On The Road (3:12)
3. 100 Years From Now (2:44)
4. My Uncle (2:29)
5. Four Days of Rain (4:28)
6. She Made Me Lose My Blues (2:15)
7. Intro To Bluegrass Songs (0:33)
8. Shenandoah Valley County Breakdown (1:35)
9. Why Are You Crying (3:22)
10. Intro To Dixie Breakdown (0:20)
11. Dixie Breakdown (2:43)
12. Can't You Hear Me Calling (2:38)
13. Intro To While Line Fever (0:20)
14. White Line Fever (3:31)
15. Colorado (5:28)
16. Steel Guitar Instrumental (2:33)
17. Devil In Disguise (4:24)
18. Do Right Woman (4:15)
19. Dark End Of The Street (6:07)
20. Tried So Hard (3:18)
21. Hot Burrito #2 (4:29)
22. Wake Up Little Susie (cut) (1:37)


Artwork included

10 comments:

Rocking--Byrd said...

http://freakshare.com/files/6f4itndw/FBBSigmaWMMR71.zip.html

Rufus said...

Hi Rockingbyrd. It's great to see you posting again. I saw that this show is going to be released next month so I am looking forward to listening to it. I went to the freakshare link but received an error message "This file does not exist" I'll try back later, Thanks.

dino said...

Hi Rockingbyrd,this time (but not only this...) you've really got it made: an advance post of something that's going to be officially released is really something. You're great! Thanks again

Rocking--Byrd said...

Rufus, yes there was an error in the previous zip file so I took it off and replaced it.

Rufus said...

Thanks Rockingbyrd, I appreciate the effort. I'm good now.

Rufus said...

I don't know if you saw this yet but last Wednesday night at the Tales from the Tavern show at the Maverick Saloon, Chris Hillman and Herb Pedersen were joined onstage by David Crosby for three songs. Chris Hillman dedicated the song Sin City to Burritos Brother Chris Ethridge: http://www.noozhawk.com/article/050212_jeff_moehlis_two_byrds_in_house

david said...

RB,
Thanks for posting. Don't know if you're aware, but all the files except 21 & 22 are opening as corrupted

Rocking--Byrd said...

David, I just checked it - I re-dOwnloaded it and it unzips ok.

david said...

Would advise all interested to download this version. The supposed "Authorized " version is out, and it's not authorized, but is a cheap copy made from a DIME upload, with the 1st song cut,incorrest speed,62 less than perfect audio, and lousy incorrect artwork. Byrdsflyte confirmed this release was not authorized by Chris Hillman, so grab RB's copy. The audio quality is better too.

Anonymous said...

To Rufus: Thanks for the link to the noozhawk.com article. It was nice to read that these guys still play together once in a while, and apparently have a good time doing it. Would love to see that show find it's way over here! Years ago,circa 1990, when it looked like a Byrds reunion might happen but then didn't, Hillman and especially Crosby appeared quite diappointed from what I read at the time. I wondered if a Crosby & Hillman album was a possibility. I don't know if musically they have enough in common anymore, but it's nice to know that they'll still jam together!