2-CD Digipak (6-plated) with comprehensive booklet, 43 tracks. Volume 7 – 1974-1975: The leading edge of the country rock scene was shifting from Los Angeles to Austin. In March 1973, 'Crawdaddy' magazine highlighted the Austin for the first time. We followed Country Rock on a ten-year journey from 1966 to 1975. Since then, it has branched in many directions: Soft Rock, Outlaw country, Southern Rock, Alt-Country, Americana, and much else. But if you follow the tributaries back, you usually arrive at the music anthologized in this series.
Sir Doug & The Texas Tornados.
Parsons died in 1973, the year covered in the previous volume, but "Brass Buttons" appeared in 1974 and provides a nice counterpart to the equally wistful Willie tune "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain," the song that closes this set and series.
The center of the country rock scene shifted from Los Angeles to Austin. In its March 1973 issue, Crawdaddy magazine first featured Austin. Soon everyone else followed suit. Over a period of ten years, from 1966 to 1975, we followed the history of country rock. Since then the music has branched out widely: Soft Rock, Outlaw Country, Southern Rock, Alt-Country, Americana and much more. But if you follow the tributaries back to the source, you usually end up with the music we documented in this anthology. Article properties: Various - Truckers, Kickers, Cowboy Angels: Vo. 7, The Blissed-Out Birth Of Country Rock 1974-75 (2-CD). Interpret: Various - Truckers, Kickers, Cowboy Angels. Weitere Artikel von Various - Truckers, Kickers, Cowboy Angels.
New Riders Of The Purple Sage - Lonesome .
Suddenly, Country Rock was a phrase on everyones lips. The birth of Country Rock Long overdue collection of neglected music. If you love Country Rock as I do, 90% will be familiar. Take a trip back to the era of the Honky Tonk Hippie.
VA – Truckers, Kickers, Cowboy Angels: The Blissed-Out Birth of Country Rock, Volume 1, 1966-1968 (2014) Beolab1700. VA - Truckers Kickers Cowboy Angels: The Blissed Out Birth of Country Rock -. Artist. Various Artists Album. Truckers Kickers Cowboy Angels: The Blissed Out Birth of Country Rock Genre. Gram gave country-rock a mythos and enduring sex appeal but he was supported by a number of long-haired refugees, Music City freaks, and Hollywood misfits, all of whom feature prominently on this compilation.
Earl Scruggs Revue, The - Salty Dog Blues 13. New Riders Of The Purple Sage - Lonesome .
|1-1||–Gram Parsons, Emmylou Harris||Return Of The Grievous Angel||4:22|
|1-2||–Gene Clark||Life's Greatest Fool||4:43|
|1-3||–New Riders Of The Purple Sage||Crooked Judge||2:56|
|1-4||–The Flying Burrito Bros||Building Fires||4:19|
|1-5||–Richard Betts*||Long Time Gone||4:30|
|1-6||–J.J. Cale||Cajun Moon||2:11|
|1-7||–Hoyt Axton||When The Morning Comes||3:29|
|1-8||–Willie Nelson, Tracy Nelson||After The Fire Is Gone||3:02|
|1-9||–Waylon Jennings||Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way||2:54|
|1-10||–Hank Williams Jr.||Stoned At The Jukebox||2:44|
|1-11||–The Charlie Daniels Band||Willie Jones||3:11|
|1-13||–Barefoot Jerry||Mother Nature's Way Of Saying High||5:39|
|1-14||–Larry Jon Wilson||Ohoopee River Bottomland||3:40|
|1-15||–Guy Clark||L.A. Freeway||4:56|
|1-16||–Nitty Gritty Dirt Band||Ripplin' Waters||5:44|
|1-17||–The Souther-Hillman-Furay Band||Border Town||3:51|
|1-18||–The Doobie Brothers||Tell Me What You Want (And I'll Give You What You Need)||3:49|
|1-19||–Billy Swan||I Can Help||3:59|
|1-20||–Outlaws||Another Love Song||3:03|
|1:21||–Willie Nelson||Bloody Mary Morning||2:47|
|1-22||–Gram Parsons||Brass Buttons||3:28|
|2-1||–The Souther-Hillman-Furay Band||trouble In Paradise||5:03|
|2-3||–Gene Clark||From A Silver Phial||3:40|
|2-4||–Muleskinner||Runways Of The Moon||4:19|
|2-5||–Gram Parsons, Emmylou Harris||In My Hour Of Darkness||3:42|
|2-6||–The Flying Burrito Bros||Sweet Desert Childhood||3:44|
|2-7||–Commander Cody And His Lost Planet Airmen||Southbound||2:17|
|2-8||–Kinky Friedman||Something's Wrong With The Beaver||2:47|
|2-9||–Barefoot Jerry||Slowin' Down||3:42|
|2-10||–The Ozark Mountain Daredevils||E. E. Lawson||3:32|
|2-11||–Johnny Rivers||Wait A Minute||4:15|
|2-12||–Billy Swan||Lover Please||2:49|
|2-13||–Donnie Fritts||We Had It All||2:58|
|2-14||–The Lost Gonzo Band||Railroad Man||4:34|
|2:15||–Jesse Winchester||Mississippi You're On My Mind||3:24|
|2-16||–Sir Doug & The Texas Tornados||Cowboy Peyton Place||3:35|
|2-17||–Guy Clark||Desperadoes Waiting For A Train||4:30|
|2-18||–Emmylou Harris||Boulder To Birmingham||3:30|
|2-19||–The Wright Brothers Overland Stage Company||Wild Wicked Woman Of The West||4:53|
|2-20||–John Prine||Coma Back To Us Barbara Lewis Hare Krishna Beauregard||3:16|
|2-21||–Willie Nelson||Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain||2:18|
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