Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Gram Parsons & The Fallen Angels – Bijou Café Philadelphia 1973




Gram Parsons & The Fallen Angels – Bijou Café Philadelphia 1973

Bijou Café, Philadelphia, PA – March 16, 1973

Gram Parsons (guitar, vocals)
Emmylou Harris (guitar, tambourine, vocals)
Jock Bartley (lead guitar)
Kyle Tullis (bass)
Neil Flanz (pedal steel guitar)
N.D. Smart II (drums)
Peter ??? (trumpet / cornet)

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1. Instrumental (Synthetic Flesh) (1:38)
2. We'll Sweep Out The Ashes (3:53)
3. My Uncle (4:10)
4. Drugstore Truck Drivin' Man (5:41)
5. Streets Of Baltimore (5:22)
6. Country Baptizin' (5:15)
7. Band Introductions (3:11)
8. California Cottonfields (2:53)
9. Love Hurts (5:46)
10. Cry One More Time (5:49)
11. Sin City (4:44)
12. Big Mouth Blues (5:54)
13. Jambalaya (5:07)
14. Six Days On The Road (3:35)
15. Outro - Gram Parsons And N.D. Smart Talk (3:38)

Artwork Included (front, back)

9 comments:

Rocking--Byrd said...

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david said...

Really cool ! Thanks for this one, RB : didn't know there any more Gp shows circulating. Nice to have this . Thanks !!!!!

Shawn Savoie said...

this is quite a find here rockingbyrd, i never heard this concert on the falling angel tour.

James Kelly said...

Rocking--Byrd Happy New Year and thanks for GP (always one of my favorites)
Emmylou and him really were a good team. Also want to thank you for the quality of this one, it is very listenable.

Cheers, Jim

Kevin Lockley said...

I cannot tell you how grateful I am that you have posted this. When I requested it I thought It was a long shot ! Thank you a million times over. Your blog coming back to life has made every day just a bit more interesting, The new Gene Clark is stunning,but it is not every day you get a new Gram Parsons show as well! Thanks and best wishes Kevin

mcbyrds said...

Thank you.

Edwin Deas said...

Thanks a million for this.

Edwin Deas said...

Thanks a million for this.

dino said...

If you weren't already here, somebody should invent you!
Thanks a million!