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Album: Truckers, Kickers, Cowboys Angels: The Blissed-Out Birth of Country-Rock , Vol. 7: 1974 [Digipak]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Return of the Grievous Angel - Gram Parsons
2)    Life's Greatest Fool - Gene Clark
3)    Crooked Judge
4)    Building Fires
5)    Long Time Gone
6)    Cajun Moon
7)    When the Morning Comes
8)    After the Fire Is Gone - Willie Nelson
9)    Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way
10)    Stoned at the Jukebox
11)    Willie Jones
12)    Mule Skinner Blues
13)    Mother Nature's Way of Saying High
14)    Ohoopee River Bottomland
15)    L. A. Freeway
16)    Ripplin` Waters - The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
17)    Border Town
18)    Tell Me What You Want (And I'll Give You What You Need)
19)    I Can Help
20)    There Goes Another Love Song
21)    Bloody Mary Morning
22)    Brass Buttons
1)    Trouble in Paradise
2)    Knoxville Girl
3)    From a Silver Phial
4)    Runways of the Moon
5)    In My Hour of Darkness - Gram Parsons
6)    Sweet Desert Childhood
7)    Southbound - Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen
8)    Something's Wrong With the Beaver
9)    Slowin` Down
10)    E.E. Lawson
11)    Wait a Minute
12)    Lover Please
13)    We Had It All
14)    Railroad Man
15)    Mississippi, You're on My Mind
16)    Cowboy Peyton Place - Texas Tornados
17)    Desperados Waiting for a Train
18)    Boulder to Birmingham
19)    Wild Wicked Woman of the West
20)    Come Back to Us Barbara Lewis Hare Krishna Beauregard
21)    Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain
 
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Performer Notes
  • Liner Note Author: Colin Escott.
  • Recording information: A&M Recording Studio, Hollywood, CA (02/09/1975-02/12/1975); Ardent Recording Studios, Memphis, TN (02/09/1975-02/12/1975); Austin, TX (02/09/1975-02/12/1975); Autumn Sound Studio, Garland, Texas (02/09/1975-02/12/1975); Bradley's Barn Studio, Mt. Juliet, TN (02/09/1975-02/12/1975); Capricorn Sound Studio, Macon, GA (02/09/1975-02/12/1975); CBS Studio, San Francisco, CA (02/09/1975-02/12/1975); Cindrella Studio, Madison, TN (02/09/1975-02/12/1975); Glaser Sound Studio, Nashville, TN (02/09/1975-02/12/1975); Muscle Shols Sound, Sheffield, Alabama (02/09/1975-02/12/1975); Ray Stevens' Sound Laboratory, Nashville, TN (02/09/1975-02/12/1975); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TX (02/09/1975-02/12/1975); Silver Spring, Maryland (02/09/1975-02/12/1975); Studio Six, Montreal, PQ, CA (02/09/1975-02/12/1975); Sugar Hill Studios, Houston, TX (02/09/1975-02/12/1975); The Record Plant, Saulaito, CA (02/09/1975-02/12/1975); A&M Recording Studio, Hollywood, CA (05/20/1974); Ardent Recording Studios, Memphis, TN (05/20/1974); Austin, TX (05/20/1974); Autumn Sound Studio, Garland, Texas (05/20/1974); Bradley's Barn Studio, Mt. Juliet, TN (05/20/1974); Capricorn Sound Studio, Macon, GA (05/20/1974); CBS Studio, San Francisco, CA (05/20/1974); Cindrella Studio, Madison, TN (05/20/1974); Glaser Sound Studio, Nashville, TN (05/20/1974); Muscle Shols Sound, Sheffield, Alabama (05/20/1974); Ray Stevens' Sound Laboratory, Nashville, TN (05/20/1974); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TX (05/20/1974); Silver Spring, Maryland (05/20/1974); Studio Six, Montreal, PQ, CA (05/20/1974); Sugar Hill Studios, Houston, TX (05/20/1974); The Record Plant, Saulaito, CA (05/20/1974); A&M Recording Studio, Hollywood, CA (07/16/1975); Ardent Recording Studios, Memphis, TN (07/16/1975); Austin, TX (07/16/1975); Autumn Sound Studio, Garland, Texas (07/16/1975); Bradley's Barn Studio, Mt. Juliet, TN (07/16/1975); Capricorn Sound Studio, Macon, GA (07/16/1975); CBS Studio, San Francisco, CA (07/16/1975); Cindrella Studio, Madison, TN (07/16/1975); Glaser Sound Studio, Nashville, TN (07/16/1975); Muscle Shols Sound, Sheffield, Alabama (07/16/1975); Ray Stevens' Sound Laboratory, Nashville, TN (07/16/1975); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TX (07/16/1975); Silver Spring, Maryland (07/16/1975); Studio Six, Montreal, PQ, CA (07/16/1975); Sugar Hill Studios, Houston, TX (07/16/1975); The Record Plant, Saulaito, CA (07/16/1975); A&M Recording Studio, Hollywood, CA (07/1974-08/1974); Ardent Recording Studios, Memphis, TN (07/1974-08/1974); Austin, TX (07/1974-08/1974); Autumn Sound Studio, Garland, Texas (07/1974-08/1974); Bradley's Barn Studio, Mt. Juliet, TN (07/1974-08/1974); Capricorn Sound Studio, Macon, GA (07/1974-08/1974); CBS Studio, San Francisco, CA (07/1974-08/1974); Cindrella Studio, Madison, TN (07/1974-08/1974); Glaser Sound Studio, Nashville, TN (07/1974-08/1974); Muscle Shols Sound, Sheffield, Alabama (07/1974-08/1974); Ray Stevens' Sound Laboratory, Nashville, TN (07/1974-08/1974); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TX (07/1974-08/1974); Silver Spring, Maryland (07/1974-08/1974); Studio Six, Montreal, PQ, CA (07/1974-08/1974); Sugar Hill Studios, Houston, TX (07/1974-08/1974); The Record Plant, Saulaito, CA (07/1974-08/1974); A&M Recording Studio, Hollywood, CA (08/1975-09/1975); Ardent Recording Studios, Memphis, TN (08/1975-09/1975); Austin, TX (08/1975-09/1975); Autumn Sound Studio, Garland, Texas (08/1975-09/1975); Bradley's Barn Studio, Mt. Juliet, TN (08/1975-09/1975); Capricorn Sound Studio, Macon, GA (08/1975-09/1975); CBS Studio, San Francisco, CA (08/1975-09/1975); Cindrella Studio, Madison, TN (08/1975-09/1975); Glaser Sound Studio, Nashville, TN (08/1975-09/1975); Muscle Shols Sound, Sheffield, Alabama (08/1975-09/1975); Ray Stevens' Sound Laboratory, Nashville, TN (08/1975-09/1975); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TX (08/1975-09/1975); Silver Spring, Maryland (08/1975-09/1975); Studio Six, Montreal, PQ, CA (08/1975-09/1975); Sugar Hill Studios, Houston, TX (08/1975-09/1975); The Record Plant, Saulaito, CA (08/1975-09/1975); A&M Recording Studio, Hollywood, CA (09/02/1974); Ardent Recording Studios, Memphis, TN (09/02/1974); Austin, TX (09/02/1974); Autumn Sound Studio, Garland, Texas (09/02/1974); Bradley's Barn Studio, Mt. Juliet, TN (09/02/1974); Capricorn Sound Studio, Macon, GA (09/02/1974); CBS Studio, San Francisco, CA (09/02/1974); Cindrella Studio, Madison, TN (09/02/1974); Glaser Sound Studio, Nashville, TN (09/02/1974); Muscle Shols Sound, Sheffield, Alabama (09/02/1974); Ray Stevens' Sound Laboratory, Nashville, TN (09/02/1974); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TX (09/02/1974); Silver Spring, Maryland (09/02/1974); Studio Six, Montreal, PQ, CA (09/02/1974); Sugar Hill Studios, Houston, TX (09/02/1974); The Record Plant, Saulaito, CA (09/02/1974); A&M Recording Studio, Hollywood, CA (11/20/1973); Ardent Recording Studios, Memphis, TN (11/20/1973); Austin, TX (11/20/1973).
  • The final volume of Bear Family's seven-part country-rock history Truckers, Kickers, Cowboys Angels: The Blissed-Out Birth of Country-Rock concludes the story of the rise of country-rock by illustrating ways rock worked its way into mainstream country, while mainstream rock embraced the sunny vibes of California cowboy music so thoroughly it no longer seemed country. Of these two trends, the latter doesn't get as much space on this double-disc volume devoted to the music of 1974-1975. It's there in the Doobie Brothers' mellow "Tell Me What You Want (And I'll Give You What You Need)" and the Outlaws' railroad-train twang "There Goes Another Love Song," plus the laid-back boogie of the Souther-Hillman-Furay Band, who sound like a lither Eagles on "Trouble in Paradise." All this pales in comparison to the rise of Waylon and Willie. These long-haired outlaws started to take over Nashville -- it's hard to mistake how Hank Williams, Jr. and Charlie Daniels, two veterans, decided to remake themselves in their image -- and their shadow is cast elsewhere, evident in the rise of Kinky Friedman, Billy Swan's back-to-the-'50s rock & roll, Larry Jon Wilson's pungent redneck funk, and even Doug Sahm, who formed the first version of the Texas Tornados and then bowed out of the Austin competition with "Cowboy Peyton Place." Elsewhere, Guy Clark released his classic "Desperados Waiting for a Train" and "L.A. Freeway," Hoyt Axton settled into the '70s hangover of "When the Morning Comes," and the last recordings of Gram Parsons are heard. 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. "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain" gave Nelson his first number one single and, in doing so, provided the triumph not just for outlaw country but country-rock, proving how these cosmic cowboys changed American music for good. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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