Gram Parsons And The Fallen Angels. Very quiet for a live recording, full sound in the lows and the highs get a bit loud. only issue I have is the bit of harshness in the S on some tracks which is likely from the source material. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful. My copy has a surface noise throughout. But the sound of the music is otherwise good.
Recorded and Broadcast live on March 13, 1973 at the Ultra Sonic Recording Studios, Hempstead, . for WLIR-FM, Garden City . The recording and broadcast produced by Michael Tapes, Ken Kohl and engineered by John Bradley. Matrix, Runout (Etched Side 1): △-1128 GP 1973-A. Gram Parsons And The Fallen Angels.
Live 1973 is a live album by Gram Parsons and the Fallen Angels. It was recorded at Sonic Studios in Hempstead, New York on March 13, 1973 during a live radio broadcast from WLIR-FM, a station located in Garden City, New York. The timing of the recording thus sandwiched it between Parsons' only two solo studio albums, GP, and Grievous Angel, although it was not officially released (on LP) until 1982, long after Parsons' 1973 death at age 26.
GP is American singer-songwriter Gram Parsons' debut solo album. It was originally released in a gatefold sleeve in 1973. GP received critical acclaim upon release, but failed to reach the Billboard charts.
Tracklist: 1. We’ll Sweep Out The Ashes, 2. Big Mouth Blues, 3. The New Soft Shoe, 4. Streets Of Baltimore, 5. Cry One More Time, 6. California Cottonfields, 7. Love Hurts, 8. Country Baptizing, 9. Drug Store Truck Drivin’ Man, 10. That’s All It Took, 11. Six Days On The Road. By: Gram Parsons & The Fallen Angels (1982, Rock). 1. We’ll Sweep Out The Ashes. 3. The New Soft Shoe. 4. Streets Of Baltimore. 5. Cry One More Time.
Gram Parsons may have been one of rock's first great trust fund hippies, but he couldn't match the kind of paycheck Elvis Presley was able to offer for a Vegas gig. So when he hit the road in 1973 to promote his superb solo debut, . James Burton, Ronnie Tutt, and most of the band that anchored that album were otherwise engaged. Live 1973 was recorded live for radio broadcast in the midst of that tour, and if you imagine it sounds a good bit rougher and leaner than . which includes six of the 12 cuts featured here), you'd be right