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Gram Parsons - Grievous Angel flac album
  • Performer: Gram Parsons
  • Title: Grievous Angel
  • Genre: Pop Rock
  • Style: Country-Rock
  • Recording location: Capitol Recording Studios
  • Date of release: January, 1974
  • MP3 size: 1763 mb
  • FLAC size 1528 mb
  • Duration: 36:46

Return of the Grievous Angel: A Tribute to Gram Parsons is a 1999 tribute album to pioneering country rock musician Gram Parsons, co-produced by his one-time singing partner, Emmylou Harris and featuring cover versions of songs written/co-written by or popularized by Parsons, performed by Harris, Beck, Wilco, The Pretenders, Cowboy Junkies, Elvis Costello, Sheryl Crow, Lucinda Williams, David Crosby, Steve Earle, Chris Hillman and many other artists

Gram Parsons fondness for drugs and high living are said to have been catching up with him while he was recording Grievous Angel, and sadly he wouldn't live long enough to see it reach record stores, dying from a drug overdose in the fall of 1973. This album is a less ambitious and unified set than his solo debut, but that's to say that .

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But regardless of how crucial her contributions to Grievous Angel are, this is Gram’s record, and while Emmylou’s role is integral to the album, it’s Gram’s vision that she elevates. The degree to which Emmylou compliments the music on Grievous Angel is instantly apparent on the title track, a song which lays out all the best qualities of the album as a whole without overshadowing the rest of the songs.

More albums from Gram Parsons: GP by Gram Parsons. Marty Paich Quartet by Gram Parsons. Sleepless Nights by Gram Parsons. Safe At Home by Gram Parsons. Cosmic American Music by Gram Parsons. View all albums . Grievous Angel.

Album · 1974 · 9 Songs. The smartest move in the making of Gram Parson's posthumously released 1974 sophomore album is Emmylou Harris' promotion from backing singer to full-fledged duet partner-with the deliciously painful "Love Hurts" and "Hearts on Fire" immortalizing their rapport. Grievous Angel Gram Parsons.

Listen free to Gram Parsons – Grievous Angel (Return of the Grievous Angel, Hearts on Fire and more). Grievous Angel is the second solo album by American singer, songwriter, guitarist and pianist Gram Parsons, compiled from summer 1973 sessions and released four months after his death in September 1973 from a morphine and alcohol overdose. The album peaked at number 195 on the Billboard charts

Genre: Singer-Songwriter. Though it’s categorized as a Gram Parsons solo album, Grievous Angel is one of the all-time great duet albums. Parsons and Emmylou Harris singing together is pure magic; not only do their voices blend perfectly and effortlessly, but they completely match and complement each other from an emotional standpoint. Their wonderful duets bring this set of nine n cosmic American songs to life. Nobody can write a song quite like Parsons, though many have tried. 2mo. lucacdornelles SONGS RANKED: 9. I Can&a.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Return of the Grievous Angel Gram Parsons Gram Parsons 4:26
2 Hearts On Fire Walter Egan / Tom Guidera Gram Parsons 3:52
3 I Can't Dance Tom T. Hall Gram Parsons 2:24
4 Brass Buttons Gram Parsons Gram Parsons 3:30
5 $1000 Wedding Gram Parsons Gram Parsons 5:05
6 Medley Live From Northern Quebec: Cash On the Barrelhead/Hickory Wind Bob Buchanon / Charlie Louvin / Gram Parsons Gram Parsons 6:28
7 Love Hurts Bouldeaux Briant Gram Parsons 3:42
8 Las Vegas Rick Gretch / Gram Parsons Gram Parsons 3:32
9 In My Hour of Darkness Emmylou Harris / Gram Parsons Gram Parsons 3:47


Byron Berline - Fiddle, Mandolin
Dick Bernot - Photography
Dave Bhang - Design
Bouldeaux Briant - Composer
Shawn R. Britton - Mastering
Bob Buchanon - Composer
James Burton - Guitar (Electric)
Hugh Davies - Engineer, Remix Engineer
Joe Doe - Vocals (Background)
Walter Egan - Composer
Kim Fowley - Vocals (Background)
Emory Gordy Jr. - Bass
Rick Gretch - Composer
Tom Guidera - Composer
Tom T. Hall - Composer
Glen D. Hardin - Piano, Piano (Electric)
Emmylou Harris - Composer, Featured Artist, Vocals
Phil Kaufman - Vocals (Background)
Bernie Leadon - Dobro, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric)
Charlie Louvin - Composer
Gram Parsons - Composer, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals
Herb Pederson - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Rhythm)
Al Perkins - Pedal Steel Guitar
Linda Ronstadt - Vocals
N.D. Smart II - Drums
Steve Snyder - Vibraphone
Ed Thrasher - Art Direction
Ed Tickner - Vocals (Background)
Ronnie Tutt - Drums
Ginny Winn - Photography
Comments: (2)
I have been listening to this album since it came out in 1974. I believe that is primarily responsible for my love of Country/Alt-Country/Americana music today. It sets the standard by which many artist are judged. Gram was a innovator, a gifted vocalist, and the eternal tragic figure in country music. No wonder so many artist consider him a seminal influence. The term "Classic" may be overused, but in this instance no other adjective seems appropriate.
Whatever Parsons has lost in terms of focus and voice (surprisingly little given his weak constitution and heroic substance abuse) is more than replaced by the evolution of his musical relationship with Emmylou Harris and his deepening interpretive abilities. Some critics point to this album as a decline or falling off: they are wrong. At the end, he had completely merged the counterculture and the country tradition and sang with the emotional complexity of a much older man.
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