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LP in VG/VG+ condition: one light scratch visible, possible light surface noise on your system, otherwise just inaudible surface marks. Original inner sleeve and outer jacket totally intact, no taped or glued edges/seams, jacket shows light to average surface wear for its age. This is A&M SP 4343 original issue. Comes with full money-back guarantee. Check my feedback and buy from a trusted seller.
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Format: Vinyl Record LP. A&M Records, USA release from 1972. Gatefold LP release from pioneering country rock band The Flying Burrito Brothers. The group being led by Chris Hillman, ex-member of the rock band The Byrds. By this LP release Parsons had left the band. USA first or early pressing with AM-SP 4585-M1 and A+M SP 4586-M1 in run out grooves. Record label is the original tan coloured version. 11 tracks.

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Statman
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Enjoyable from Start to Finish
Reviewed in the United States on June 16, 2011
This release includes the FBBs third and fourth albums, and last, with Chris Hillman. They were also the first two without Gram Parsons, the bands founder and chief creative force, who had been fired by Hillman for undependability. The Flying Burrito Brothers... See more
This release includes the FBBs third and fourth albums, and last, with Chris Hillman. They were also the first two without Gram Parsons, the bands founder and chief creative force, who had been fired by Hillman for undependability.

The Flying Burrito Brothers album features founding members Hillman and Sneaky Pete Kleinow, along with Bernie Leadon and Michael Clarke who joined for their second album, and Rick Roberts who was hired to replace Parsons. Parsons, Hillman, and Clarke were all former Byrds, while Leadon (formerly of Dillard & Clark) would leave the group to co-found the Eagles and Roberts would found Firefall. Although Kleinow has played pedal steel as a session performer for many recordings (including the Byrds, the Rolling Stones, and the Eagles), Kleinow''s chief claim to fame was as a stop-action animator, originally for Gumby, but more importantly for movies like the Empire Strikes Back and the Terminator. The Flying Burrito Brothers album is a very solid and enjoyable country-rock album with solid singing and songwriting, and superb musicianship. Similar in sound and quality to any of the Eagles first four albums, as well as to any albums by Hillman''s highly successful Desert Rose Band in the late 80s. "Tried So Hard" should have been a major hit. Maybe four stars on its own.

Last of the Red Hot Burritos was intended to be the band''s last album. By the time it was recorded, Leadon had left to join the Eagles and Kleinow had decided that movie and session work paid better. Kleinow was replaced by Al Perkins, while Leadon was replaced with guitarist/banjoist Kenny Wertz. However, since Wertz was already a member of the progressive bluegrass band, the Country Gazette, other Gazette members, virtuoso fiddler Byron Berline and acoustic bass player Roger Bush, were also (temporarily) added to the Burritos. The result is an amazing performance of country, bluegrass, and hard rock which represents a terrific country-rock band at their live best. Maybe four and a half stars on its own.

The last two songs are excellent compositions and performances by former Byrds'' lead singer & songwriter Gene Clark, which feature Clark on harmony vocals on the single version of "Tried So Hard" and on lead vocals on "Here Tonight".
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Dr. Victor S. Alpher
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Blue Best!
Reviewed in the United States on October 6, 2012
I am on the record elsewhere regarding the blue album with Rick Roberts. I do not thing that Firefall or anything I know of his later work compares with this album. After the "loose" organization of the FBB, Chris Hillman was coming into his own as a professional... See more
I am on the record elsewhere regarding the blue album with Rick Roberts. I do not thing that Firefall or anything I know of his later work compares with this album.

After the "loose" organization of the FBB, Chris Hillman was coming into his own as a professional musician.
At 19, he had been the bassist for the Byrds, and by 1972 knew the industry well More importantly, the industry, and A & M Records, had trust and confidence in him. The result is the "Blue Album" which is in a class by itself. It is more than good "old music." If a band came out with this album today, they would be imediately successful, and great things would be expected from them. This album has some of Mr. Kleinow''s very best original pedal steel work, which aroused my interest even more than previous albums in this instrument, beginning with the Byrds'' Sweetheart album, also a classic in every sense of the word for me as a music historian and a musician.

The songwriting here is superlative. Hillman & Roberts made some very insightful music, not just the lackadaisical material used to fill Burrito albums. The album is tight, and if you are musically inclined at all, will be with you, and possibly haunt you (in a good way) for years. Do not miss this one, because they go out of production too fast!!!

If you read this far, you either ordered it, or you are not listening to me!
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R. Lee Guthrie
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Excellent music and good delivery
Reviewed in the United States on January 1, 2021
Best road music ever. Recorded on a tour with the band hitting on every song.
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Raven
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Best Burrito LP/CD w/out Gram...easily!
Reviewed in the United States on May 31, 2010
As we Burrito freaks call it, The Blue LP, was easily the best FBB Lp without Gram involved...er sort of. Gram''s influence is still here, you see. Anyway, if only these guys [Bernie, Pete, Rick, Chris & Michael] could''ve kept it together...this version of FBB... See more
As we Burrito freaks call it, The Blue LP, was easily the best FBB Lp without Gram involved...er sort of. Gram''s influence is still here, you see.

Anyway, if only these guys [Bernie, Pete, Rick, Chris & Michael] could''ve kept it together...this version of FBB could''ve kept the FBB tradition as a 5* Band throughout the Life of the FBB. Unfortunately...this isn''t the case. It all ends after these 2 Lp''s. I saw them perform w/out Gram & Rick afterwards and...well...they were just Ordinary w/out either. No wonder Chris went forward w/ Manassas.

I asked Gram during tours after the split, where Rick was, his reply was that Rick Roberts had a fear of flying. I believe that''s also the reason the FBB w/ Gram didn''t sell out, Gram didn''t like to travel. You see, he''s been known to take a train to the East onto NY to record a LIVE lp. Then took the famous East to West Canadian tour w/ the Grateful Dead, Janis, Ian & Sylvia, The Band and a LOT more from the Festival Express. Just get the DVD, you''ll see. :) I bought it, too.

The Blue FBB, IMHO, is the 3rd overall best music delivered by this amazing group. This LP, by itself shoulda/woulda/coulda been considered a Super Group even w/out Gram [my favorite singer/songwriter of All-Time] Parsons!

The music Rick Roberts performed w/ Firefall pales in comparison to this FBB Blue LP and his 2 Solo Lp''s; Windmills / She Is A Song!

As for the Green Live Lp, nice Bluegrass, love it, but really...it''s not the FBB music we''ve come to know w/ the first 3 Studio Lp''s. However, LIVE...it''s great stuff...and folks in Amsterdam saw this group w/out Gram too...LIVE!
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Bone Head
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Maybe the Best
Reviewed in the United States on April 26, 2019
I''m still listening, but I think this album may have theirr best tunes.
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James Kramer
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Best Album by FBB
Reviewed in the United States on May 28, 2008
The album "Flying Burrito Brother''s" is one of the classics of the original alternative country scene in the 70''s. The band at this time consisted of Chris Hillman on vocals/bass; Rick Roberts (Firefall) on vocals/guitar; Bernie Leadon (Eagles) vocals/guitar/banjo; Sneaky... See more
The album "Flying Burrito Brother''s" is one of the classics of the original alternative country scene in the 70''s. The band at this time consisted of Chris Hillman on vocals/bass; Rick Roberts (Firefall) on vocals/guitar; Bernie Leadon (Eagles) vocals/guitar/banjo; Sneaky Pete Kleinow on pedal steel; and Michael Clarke on drums.

Gram Parsons had already been kicked out of the band by this time, and the group wasn''t doing well in the charts. But this album really needs to be heard by folks who hail from the country-rock era. It includes the Merle Haggard classic "White Line Fever" and Dave Dudley''s "Six Day''s on the Road."

But with Gram gone, the Bakersfield influence was waning. This album really gave Rick Roberts a chance to stretch his musical wings. His song "Colorado", though a bit sentimental really show cased his tenor voice. The mournful "Just Can''t Be" gives a glimpse into what would become the Firefall sound. "Hand to Mouth" and "Why Are You Crying" set a tone typical of acoustic guitar country-rock that was oft imitated.

But the best song on the album "Flying Burrito Brothers" is by far "Four Days of Rain." This tune was later covered by the New Grass Revival on their album "When the Storm is Over." While Sam Bush and the boys did a remarkable job of that tune, there is nothing like hearing the original. This song is also on the more sentimental side, but it captures the feeling of the Colorado mountain town, long-haired country music scene like none other ever written.

The Burrito''s will always be Gram''s band, but Chris and Rick did an outstanding job on this album. It''s a "must own" for 70''s country rock fans.
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david emerick
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hot burritos
Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2008
Nice package of the final two Burrito albums.The 3rd is probably the weakeast of the three studio lps, but there are some good moments; "Can''t you Hear me Callin''" and "Tried So Hard" most notable.Rick Roberts replaced Gram Parsons for this record, and some of his stuff is... See more
Nice package of the final two Burrito albums.The 3rd is probably the weakeast of the three studio lps, but there are some good moments; "Can''t you Hear me Callin''" and "Tried So Hard" most notable.Rick Roberts replaced Gram Parsons for this record, and some of his stuff is a little too commercial for what the Burritos had been doing.Not enough of Sneeky Pete and Bernie Leadon on this album either. The "Last of the Red Hots" cd smokes, with newcomer Al Perkins on steel and guitar burning it up, along with Chris Hillman and Michael Clarke.Good material, although the loss of Bernie Leadon is felt here as well. The bluegrass set is okay; could have done without the overplayed "Orange Blossom Special''.Two bonus tracks, both Gene Clark songs are included: the 45 version of "Tried So Hard", and Gene''s "Here Tonight", with him on lead vocals;two of the best things from the third lp sessions.The only complaint would be not including more bonus material, some which has shown up on other issues. A good package for those who don''t have the cds already.Nice liner notes.
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Janet F.
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great music
Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2019
Great music 👍
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christopher hugh courtenay
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
One of the best live albums ever released.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 3, 2021
I''m not a great fan of "Country Music" which is a genre this arguably belongs to. That aside this is a real high voltage set, one of the very best live albums of all time.
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Bobster
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
... departure of Gram Parsons and it''s not at all bad (the song ''Colorado'' is simply beautiful) - it''s another ...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 25, 2016
The first (completed) FBB album after the departure of Gram Parsons and it''s not at all bad (the song ''Colorado'' is simply beautiful) - it''s another in the FBB cannon that asks the question ...''what if'' ... The live album that accompanies this is pretty good too . Live,...See more
The first (completed) FBB album after the departure of Gram Parsons and it''s not at all bad (the song ''Colorado'' is simply beautiful) - it''s another in the FBB cannon that asks the question ...''what if'' ... The live album that accompanies this is pretty good too . Live, these guys could rock.
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Cokey g
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Last of the red hot burritos.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 25, 2019
Good live CD,for country rock fans.
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charlie1westie
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
one studio one live
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 31, 2013
great package An eagle, two byrds What more do you want ! Worth the money for the flying burritos bros alone, so the live albums a bonus
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James Maclean
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Fantastic
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 24, 2014
Fantastic album from yesteryear if you like country rock and bluegrass give it a go
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