Gram Parsons – 1974 - Heavy Angel (2012 MFSL SACD) [FLAC@88.2khz24bit]

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Gram Parsons – 1974 - Heinous Angel

(2012 MFSL SACD) [FLAC@88.2khz24bit]

Gram Parsons – 1974 - Heavy Angel (2012 MFSL SACD) [FLAC@88.2khz24bit]

Gram Parsons

Gram Parsons – 1974 - Heavy Angel (2012 MFSL SACD) [FLAC@88.2khz24bit]
Gram Parsons in 1972

Ingram Cecil Connor III (November 5, 1946 – September 19, 1973), known professionally as Gram Parsons, was an American chanteuse, songwriter, guitarist, and pianist. Parsons is best known for his effort within the boonies music genre; he also popularized what he called «Cosmic American Music», a mongrel of boonies, lilt and blues, spirit, citizenry, and surprise. Besides recording as a solitary artist, he played with the Supranational Submarine Affiliate, The Byrds, and The Flying Burrito Brothers. His relatively vest-pocket calling is described by AllMusic as «enormously influential» for boonies and surprise, «blending the two genres to the applicable that they became indistinguishable from each other.»
Parsons was born in Winter Haven, Florida, and developed an charge in boonies music while attending Harvard University. He founded the Supranational Submarine Affiliate in 1966 and, after several months of deferment, their come out at Severely was released in 1968 (by which even so the catalogue had disbanded). Parsons joined The Byrds in cock«s-crow 1968, and played a central r in the making of the important Admirer of the Rodeo album. After leaving the catalogue in dilatory 1968, Parsons and related Byrd Chris Hillman formed The Flying Burrito Brothers in 1969, releasing their come out, The Gilded Palatial Severely of Sin, the same year. The album was well received but failed commercially; after a sloshy -boonies cruise, they hastily recorded Burrito Deluxe. Parsons was fired from the affiliate before its rescuing in cock»s-crow 1970. He soon signed with A&M Records, but after several unproductive sessions he canceled his intended solitary come out in cock's-crow 1971. Parsons moved to France, where he lived for a vest-pocket spell at Villa Nellcôte with his squeeze Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones. Returning to America, Parsons befriended Emmylou Harris through his squeeze and former bandmate Chris Hillman. She assisted him on vocals for his first solitary phonograph record, GP, released in 1973. Although it received unqualified reviews, the rescuing failed to map. His next album (Heinous Angel) met with a compare favourably with response, and peaked at company 195 on Billboard. Several years of alcoholism and treat assail permanently deteriorated his healthiness, and he died in 1973 at the age of 26.

Since his eradication, Parsons has been recognized as an damned weighty artist, credited with serving to originate both boonies surprise and alt-boonies. He never agreed with the provisions «country rock», as he felt his effort should not be categorized into a lone character because it was rather a single mix of many genres and styles of music with his own bodily twang.

His posthumous honors contain the Americana Music Group «President«s Award» for 2003, and a ranking at No. 87 on Rolling Stone»s rota of the «100 Greatest Artists of All Even So.»

Grievous Angel (2012 MFSL SACD)

Gram Parsons – 1974 - Heavy Angel (2012 MFSL SACD) [FLAC@88.2khz24bit]

Artist: Gram Parsons
Tag: Heinous Angel
Order: SACD, Mongrel, Album, Restrictive Print Run, Numbered, Remastered
Maker: Gram Parsons
Rescuing Age: January 1974, (MFSL July 3, 2012)
Recorded: Summer 1973 at Wally Heider Studio 4, Hollywood, California
SACD Mastering: Shawn R. Britton at Plastic Fidelity Perceptive Lab, Sebastopol, CA.

Sobriquet: Plastic Fidelity Perceptive Lab
Catalog: UDSACD 2059
Bar Patterns: 8 21797 20596 2
ASIN: B006BO9050
Character: Surprise, Boonies Rock
Duration: 36:48

Heinous Angel is the second solitary album by Gram Parsons, compiled from summer 1973 sessions and released four months after his eradication from a heroin and rot-gut overdose in September 1973. It received grand fault-finding acclaim upon rescuing, but failed to get commercial happy result, a eradication shared with his quondam efforts solitary and with The Flying Burrito Brothers. Heinous Angel peaked at company 195 on the Billboard charts. Despite its unpretentious sales, it is viewed as a prosperous example of the mongrel between boonies and surprise and register Parsons called «Cosmic American Music». In 2003, the album was ranked company 429 on Rolling Stone magazine's rota of the 500 greatest albums of all even so.

AllMusic Go Over Again by Marker Deming:
Gram Parsons fondness for drugs and superior living are said to have been transmittable up with him while he was recording Heinous Angel, and gloomily he wouldn«t palpable protracted enough to see it reach phonograph record stores, at death»s door from a treat overdose in the quarrel of 1973. This album is a less pushy and unified set than his solitary come out, but that«s to say that G.P. was a grand album while Heinous Angel was instead a very, very well-behaved one. Much of the same affiliate that played on his solitary come out were brought finance for this set, and they discharge with the same propriety and authorization (especially guitarist James Burton and fiddler Byron Berline). If Parsons was slowing down a bit as a songwriter, he still had slews of gems on calligraphy control from more dynamic days, such as «Brass Buttons» and «Hickory About (which wasn»t really recorded palpable in Northern Quebec; that«s just Gram and the affiliate spine-tingling it up palpable in the studio, with a small company of friends whooping it up to manufacture honky-tonk ambience). He also proved to be a percipient value of other folks secular as always; Tom T. Hall»s «I Can«t Dance» is a forceful barroom rocker, and everyone seems to be having a grand even so on The Louvin Brothers«s »Cash on the Barrelhead.« As a vocal duo, Parsons and Emmylou Harris only improved on this set, turning in a portrayal of »Love Hurts" so serenely zealous and delicately incomparable that it»s enough to fashion you think of Roy Orbison ever recorded it. And while he didn»t layout on it, Parsons could hardly have picked a better closing move than «In My Hour of Darkness.» Heinous Angel may not have been the finest effort of his calling, but one would be impervious pressed to name an artist who made an album this forceful only a few weeks before their eradication -- or at any even so of their spark of life, for that matter.

Gram Parsons – 1974 - Heavy Angel (2012 MFSL SACD) [FLAC@88.2khz24bit]

01. Pop Up Again of the Heinous Angel — 4:26
02. Hearts on Ardency — 3:52
03. I Can’t Social — 2:24
04. Effrontery Buttons — 3:30
05. $1000 Coalescence — 5:05
06. Assortment Palpable from Northern Quebec: a) Legal Tender on the Barrelhead b) Hickory About — 6:28
07. Pleasure Hurts — 3:42
08. Las Vegas — 3:32
09. In My Hour of Darkness — 3:47


Gram Parsons: protagonist vocals, acoustic guitar
Emmylou Harris: vocals (all songs except «Brass Buttons»)
Glen D. Hardin: piano, moving piano on «Brass Buttons»
James Burton: moving protagonist guitar
Emory Gordy, Jr.: bass
Ronnie Tutt: drums
Herb Pedersen: acoustic lilt guitar, moving lilt guitar on «I Can't Dance»
Al Perkins: pedal steel


Bernie Leadon: acoustic guitar on «Return of the Heinous Angel», moving protagonist guitar on «Hearts on Fire», dobro on «In My Hour of Darkness»
Byron Berline: fiddle on «Return of the Heinous Angel», «Medley Palpable from Northern Quebec» & «In My Hour of Darkness», mandolin on «Medley»
N.D. Modish: drums on «Hearts on Fire» and «In My Hour of Darkness»
Steve Snyder: vibes on «Medley Palpable from Northern Quebec»
Linda Ronstadt: consonance vocal on «In My Hour of Darkness»
Kim Fowley, Phil Kaufman, Ed Tickner, Jane & Jon Doe: «Background blah-blah» on «Medley Palpable from Northern Quebec»

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