Flying Burrito Brothers

The Flying Burrito Brothers - The Guilded Palace of Sin (US Original) Vinyl rip in 24 Bit/96 Khz + CD, Repost

The Flying Burrito Brothers - The Guilded Palace of Sin (1969)
Vinyl rip in 24-bit/96kHz + 16-bit/44kHz | FLAC (Tracks), artworks | Stereo | 786 Mb, 230 Mb | 5% RAR Recovery
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A&M Records (SP 4175)

By 1969, Gram Parsons had already built the foundation of the country-rock movement through his work with the International Submarine Band and the Byrds, but his first album with the Flying Burrito Brothers, The Gilded Palace of Sin, was where he revealed the full extent of his talents, and it ranks among the finest and most influential albums the genre would ever produce.
The Flying Burrito Brothers - Hot Burritos! Anthology 1969-1972 (2000) 2 CD

The Flying Burrito Brothers - Hot Burritos! Anthology 1969-1972 (2000) 2 CD
XLD Rip | FLAC (tracks & cue & log) | 843 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 320 MB | Artwork (PNG) | 98 MB | 2:19:45
Genre: Country Rock | Country: USA | Label: A&M | 069 490 610-2

Hot Burritos! The Flying Burrito Brothers Anthology 1969–1972 is an album by the country rock band the Flying Burrito Brothers. It was released in 2000. A forty-three song compilation on two CDs, it includes all of their first three albums — The Gilded Palace of Sin (1969), Burrito Deluxe (1970), and The Flying Burrito Bros (1971) — along with eleven additional songs. The album's bonus tracks include the non-LP single "The Train Song" and "Six Days on the Road". "Ain't That a Lot of Love" and "Losing Game" were recorded live. According to a note on the back cover, the entire album was "24-bit remastered from the original master tapes."
The Flying Burrito Brothers - Burrito Deluxe (1970) [UICY-94244 Japan SHM]

The Flying Burrito Brothers - Burrito Deluxe (1970) [UICY-94244 Japan SHM]
Country Rock | EAC Rip | Lossless FLAC with Log+Cue+Cover -> 243MB | Nitroflare/1Fichier

Gram Parsons had a habit of taking over whatever band he happened to be working with, and on the first three albums on which he appeared he became the focal point, regardless of the talent of his compatriots. Burrito Deluxe, the Burritos' second album, is unique in Parsons' repertoire in that it's the only album where he seems to have deliberately stepped back to make more room for others; whether this was due to Gram's disinterest in a band he was soon to leave, or if he was simply in an unusually democratic frame of mind is a matter of debate. But while it is hardly a bad album, it's not nearly as striking as The Gilded Palace of Sin. And while the band sounds tight and they play with genuine enthusiasm, there's a certain lack of focus in these performances; the band's frontman sounds as if his thoughts are often elsewhere, and the other players can't quite compensate for him. Burrito Deluxe is certainly a better than average country-rock album, but coming from the band who made the genre's most strongly defining music, it's something of a disappointment.
The Flying Burrito Brothers - The Gilded Palace of Sin (1969) [UICY-94243 Japan SHM]

The Flying Burrito Brothers - The Gilded Palace of Sin (1969) [UICY-94243 Japan SHM]
Country Rock | EAC Rip | Lossless FLAC with Log+Cue+Cover -> 262MB | Nitroflare/1Fichier

After exiting the Byrds, Gram Parsons and Chris Hillman formed the Burrito Brothers and recorded The Gilded Palace of Sin, an alternative country record before there even was such a thing. It's all thrilling: the country-ish covers of soul classics such as "Dark End of the Street," the distorted pedal-steel fills of Sneaky Pete Kleinow, and the classic country-rock compositions like the bluegrassy draft-dodger's anthem "My Uncle" and the amazingly twangy critique of capitalism, "Sin City." Along with the Byrds' Sweetheart of the Rodeo, this is the premier example of Parsons and Hillman's prescient hippie-from-Muskogee aesthetic.
The Flying Burrito Brothers - The Last of the Red Hot Burritos (1972)

The Flying Burrito Brothers - The Last of the Red Hot Burritos (1972)
Country-Rock | EAC rip | APE: IMG+CUE+LOG -> 239 MB | [email protected] V0 (252kbps) -> 87 MB
34:51 min | scans | RAR inc. 3% recovery | UL & DF | A&M Records 314 520 239-2
Flying Burrito Brothers - The Guilded Palace Of Sin (1969)  & Burrito Deluxe (1970) [2on1, 1997]

Flying Burrito Brothers - The Guilded Palace Of Sin (1969) & Burrito Deluxe (1970)
Country-Rock | EAC rip | WavPack: IMG+CUE+EAC/log -> 457 MB | [email protected] V0 (246kbps) -> 131 MB
70:51 min | scans 600dpi | RAR inc. 3% recovery | UL & FF | A&M Records 540 704-2 (1997)
The Flying Burrito Brothers - The Guilded Palace of Sin [A&M SP 4175] 24bit/96kHz LP Rip

The Flying Burrito Brothers - The Guilded Palace of Sin
Vinyl rip in 24-bit/96kHz | FLAC (Tracks) , m3u, artworks | Stereo | 786 Mo | 5% RAR Recovery | 1969
Styles: Cosmic American Music | RapidShare Download

By 1969, Gram Parsons had already built the foundation of the country-rock movement through his work with the International Submarine Band and the Byrds, but his first album with the Flying Burrito Brothers, The Gilded Palace of Sin, was where he revealed the full extent of his talents, and it ranks among the finest and most influential albums the genre would ever produce. by Mark Deming
The Long Ryders - Native Sons (1984) {2011 Remastered Expanded}

The Long Ryders - Native Sons (1984) {2011 Remastered Expanded}
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks & cue & log) | 554 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 182 MB | Artwork (PNG) | 22 MB | 1:19:49
Genre: Country Rock / Folk Rock / Indie Rock | Country: USA | Label: Prima Records | SID 024

Native Sons was the first full-length album by the Long Ryders and the one that established their eclectic mixture of Byrds/Clash/Flying Burrito Brothers' influences. The band recycled those influences, literally, going so far as to recreate the cover of an unreleased Buffalo Springfield album, Stampede, for Native Sons and using the producer of the first two Flying Burrito Brothers albums, Henry Lewy. Native Sons lovingly captures the band's musical obsessions, while turning in an original sound that became the banner for both the paisley underground and cowpunk styles in the mid-'80s.
Dillard & Clark - Fantastic Expedition / Through The Morning Through The Night (1968/1969) [1989 MFCD-791] (Repost)

Dillard & Clark - Fantastic Expedition / Through The Morning Through The Night (1968/1969) [1989 MFCD-791] (Repost)
Country-Rock | Lossless FLAC -> 400MB | EAC Log/Cue | 600dpi Covers | Uploaded/UpToBox

The Dillard & Clark duo was Gene Clark's most artistically successful post-Byrds collaboration, and his best venture into country-rock as well. With Chris Hillman and Bernie Leadon playing behind the duo throughout the first album, in many ways it is as much an offshoot of the Flying Burrito Brothers' work as it is of the Byrds, with more of the Burritos' feel. The standard of playing and singing on both albums is extremely high, but the ten songs on The Fantastic Expedition of Dillard & Clark are more impressive, both as recordings and compositions. The ten songs from Through the Morning, Through the Night fail to match the joyous quality or the originality of their predecessors and the sound is less unified, mostly due to the presence of a third singer in the guise of Donna Washburn. But combined together, these 20 songs are an essential addition to any country-rock collection and are also indispensible to fans of the Byrds or the Flying Burrito Brothers. This 1989 audiophile release by Mobile Fidelity combines both albums on one remastered CD.
The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - Will The Circle Be Unbroken (1972)

The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - Will The Circle Be Unbroken (1972)
Country | 2cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
EMI 746589 1/2 | rel: 1994 | 710Mb

With all due respect to the Byrds and the Flying Burrito Brothers, it took the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band until this album to come up with a merger of rock and country music that worked for both sides and everyone involved. The opening number, "The Grand Ole Opry Song," set the tone for the album, showing that this band – for all of their origins in rock and popular music – were willing to meet country music on its own terms, rather than as a vehicle for embellishment as rock music.