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The Flying Burrito Brothers - The Gilded Palace of Sin (1969)

The Flying Burrito Brothers - The Gilded Palace of Sin (1969)


Tracklist front / back album covers

The Flying Burrito Brothers - The Gilded Palace of Sin


Side one

"Christine's Tune" (Parsons, Hillman) – 3:04

"Sin City" (Hillman, Parsons) – 4:11

"Do Right Woman" (Chips Moman, Dan Penn) – 3:56

"Dark End of the Street" (Chips Moman, Penn) – 3:58

"My Uncle" (Parsons, Hillman) – 2:37


Side two

"Wheels" (Hillman, Parsons) – 3:04

"Juanita" (Hillman, Parsons) – 2:31

"Hot Burrito #1" (Ethridge, Parsons) – 3:40

"Hot Burrito #2" (Ethridge, Parsons) – 3:19

"Do You Know How It Feels" (Parsons, Barry Goldberg) – 2:09

"Hippie Boy" (Hillman, Parsons) – 4:55





 

The Flying Burrito Brothers Band Members / Musicians

Gram Parsons – lead and harmony vocals, acoustic guitar, piano, organ

Chris Hillman – electric and acoustic guitar, harmony, lead and backing vocals, mandolin

"Sneaky" Pete Kleinow (misspelled "Sneeky" on the back cover) – pedal steel guitar

Chris Ethridge – bass guitar, backing vocals, piano

Jon Corneal – drums (tracks 1, 3, 4, 5, 7)

Thomas "Popeye" Phillips – drums (tracks 8, 9, 11)

Eddie Hoh – drums (tracks 2, 10)

Sam Goldstein – drums (track 6)

David Crosby – backing vocals (track 3)

Hot Burrito Chorus – backing vocals (track 11)


The Flying Burrito Brothers, Larry Marks, Henry Lewy – production

Henry Lewy – engineer

Tom Wilkes – art direction

Barry Feinstein – cover photography





The Gilded Palace of Sin is the first album by the country rock group the Flying Burrito Brothers, released on February 6, 1969. It continued Gram Parsons' and Chris Hillman's work in modern country music, fusing traditional sources like folk and country with other forms of popular music like gospel, soul, and psychedelic rock.

The Flying Burrito Brothers are an American country rock band, best known for their influential 1969 debut album, The Gilded Palace of Sin. Although the group is perhaps best known for its connection to band founders Gram Parsons and Chris Hillman (formerly of The Byrds), the group underwent many personnel changes and has existed in various incarnations. A lineup with no original members (and derived from the 2000s-era Burrito Deluxe) currently performs as The Burrito Brothers.


The Flying Burrito Brothers Band Members / Musicians

Gram Parsons – guitar, piano, vocals (1968–1970)

Chris Hillman – guitar, bass, vocals (1968–1971)

Sneaky Pete Kleinow – pedal steel guitar (1968–1971, 1973, 1974–1981, 1984–1997)

Chris Ethridge – bass (1968–1969, 1974–1976, 1993)

Eddie Hoh – drums (1968)

Jon Corneal – drums (1968–1969)

Michael Clarke – drums (1969–1971)

Bernie Leadon – guitar, banjo, vocals (1969–1971)

Rick Roberts – guitar, vocals (1970–1973)

Al Perkins – pedal steel guitar, guitar (1971)

Kenny Wertz – guitar, banjo, vocals (1971–1973)

Roger Bush – bass, upright bass, vocals (1971–1973)

Byron Berline – fiddle (1971–1973)

Alan Munde – banjo (1972–1973)

Don Beck – pedal steel guitar, mandolin (1973)

Eric Dalton – drums (1972–1973)

Joel Scott Hill – guitar, vocals (1974–1977)

Gib Guilbeau – guitar, fiddle, vocals (1974–1984, 1986–1997)

Gene Parsons – drums, vocals (1974–1976, 1978, 1979)

Skip Battin – bass, vocals (1976, 1978–1980, 1984–1986)

Thad Maxwell – bass, vocals (1976–1977, 1989)

Ed Ponder – drums (1976, 1978)

Mickey McGee – drums, vocals (1976–1978, 1979–1980)

Bobby Cochran – guitar, vocals (1977)

Robb Strandlund – guitar, vocals (1978)

Greg Harris – guitar, banjo, fiddle, vocals (1978–1979, 1984–1986, 1994)

John Beland – guitar, vocals (1979–1984, 1986–1987, 1989–2000)

Jim Goodall – drums (1984–1989, 1994)

David Vaught – bass (1986–1987, 1994)

Larry Patton – bass, vocals (1989–1990, 1996–2000)

Rick Lonow – drums (1989–1990, 1990–1994)

George Grantham – drums (1990)

Gary Kubal – drums (1990, 1994-2000)

Brian Cadd – keyboards, vocals (1991–1996)

Larry Gadler - bass (1993-1994)

Wayne Bridge – pedal steel guitar (1997–2000)

The Flying Burrito Brothers (East)

Barry Tashian - guitar, vocals (1967-1969)

Billy Briggs - keyboards (1967-1969)

Ian Dunlop - bass (1967-1969)

Mickey Gauvin - drums (1967-1969)


Burrito Deluxe

Carlton Moody – guitar, vocals (2002–2009)

Sneaky Pete Kleinow – pedal steel guitar (2002–2005)

Bobby Cochran – guitar, vocals (2002–2004)

Willie Watson – guitar, vocals (2002)

Tommy Spurlock – bass, vocals (2002)

Jeff "Stick" Davis – bass (2002–2006)

Rick Lonow – drums (2002–2005, 2009)

Garth Hudson – keyboards (2002–2005)

Richard Bell – keyboards (2005–2006)

Bryan Ownings – drums (2005–2007)

Supe Granda – bass (2006–2009)

Walter Egan – guitar, vocals (2006–2009)


The Burrito Brothers

Chris James – keyboards, vocals (2010–present)

Tony Paoletta – pedal steel guitar (2013–present)

Bob Hatter - guitar, vocals (2017–present)

Peter Young – drums (2015–2016, 2019–Present)

Fred James – guitar, vocals (2010–2017)

Walter Egan – guitar, vocals (2010–2012)

Rusty Russell – bass (2012–2015)

Jody Maphis – bass, vocals (2015–2017)

Rick Lonow – drums (2010–2015)

John Sturdivant Jr. – drums (2016–2018)





The Flying Burrito Brothers Discography Full


The Flying Burrito Brothers

1969 The Gilded Palace of Sin

1970 Burrito Deluxe

1971 The Flying Burrito Bros

1975 Flying Again

1976 Airborne

1994 Eye of a Hurricane

1997 California Jukebox

1999 Sons of the Golden West (aka Honky Tonkin')


The Burrito Brothers

1981 Hearts on the Line

1982 Sunset Sundown

2018 Still Going Strong

2020 The Notorious Burrito Brothers


Burrito Deluxe

2002 Georgia Peach

2004 The Whole Enchilada

2007 Disciples of the Truth


The Burritos

2011 Sound as Ever

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