Burrito Deluxe

Burrito Deluxe

The Flying Burrito Brothers
Burrito Deluxe
Edsel Records 2782 194 2
A&M Records SP-4258

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The follow-up to the brilliant Guilded Palace of Sin finds the band somewhat directionless with Gram Parsons losing interest and playing a less active role. While the Parson/Hillman penned “Cody Cody” and a touching rendition of the Rolling Stones’ “Wild Horses” capture some of the previous album’s magic, Burrito Deluxe is somewhat of a let down. Parsons left for a solo career shortly after. ~ Chris Woodstra, All-Music Guide

01 – Lazy Day (Parsons)
02 – Image Of Me (Howard)
03 – High Fashion Queen (Parsons/Hillman)
04 – If You Gotta Go (Dylan)
05 – Man In The Fog
06 – Farther Along (traditional)
07 – Older Guys (Parsons/Hillman/Leadon)
08 – Cody, Cody (Parsons/Hillman/Leadon)LinkLink
09 – God’s Own Singer (Leadon)
10 – Down In The Churchyard (Parsons/Hillman)
11 – Wild Horses (Jagger/Richards)

Vocals: Gram Parsons, Chris Hillman, Bernie Leadon
Guitar: Gram Parsons, Chris Hillman, Bernie Leadon
Mandolin: Gram Parsons
Drums: Michael Clarke
Violin: Byron Berline
Steel: “Sneeky” Pete Kleinow
Bass: Chris Hillman
Piano: Leon Russell
Horns: Buddy Childers, Tommy Johnson
Percussion: Frank Blanco
Accordion: Leopold Carbajal

Producers: Henry Lewy and Jim Dickson
Engineer: Henry Lewy