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Gram Parsons - Cosmic American Music mp3 download

Performer: Gram Parsons
Title: Cosmic American Music
Style: Country-Rock
Duration: 01:18:12
Released: July 18, 1995
Date of recording: 1972
Size MP3 version: 1996 mb
Size FLAC version: 1324 mb
Size WMA version: 1158 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 795
Genre: Country

Gram Parsons - Cosmic American Music mp3 download

Cosmic American Music. Cosmic American is a collection of demos made in various homes and hotel rooms in 1972.

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Fifty years after Parsons helped define country rock with the Byrds, we trace his steps there and beyond in bootlegs and demos. Invisible Hits is a column in which Tyler Wilcox scours the internet for the best (and strangest) bootlegs, rarities, outtakes, and live clips. The Byrds’ Sweetheart of the Rodeo, released 50 years ago this week, is one of the foundational documents of country rock. But it could’ve been a much different album.

Gram Parsons didn't grow up living the hardscrabble life of most country singers. The man originally named Cecil Ingram Connor III was born into a wealthy Florida citrus family and spent a semester at Harvard before dropping out to concentrate on his burgeoning interest in country music. After stints in the Shilos and the International Submarine Band, he joined the Byrds in 1968 for a five-month spell that resulted in the landmark 'Sweetheart of the Rodeo' album. Although his recording career lasted only five years, Parsons still made a tremendous impact, creating what he famously called "cosmic American music," a fusion of country, rock and soul. His influence wasn't just felt in the '70s country-rock movement that produced the Eagles and Poco, but in great modern acts like Wilco, the Jayhawks and Jason Isbell.

Gram Parsons lived fast, died young and left a far-reaching musical legacy. When the singer-songwriter Gram Parsons died of a drug overdose at the age of 26 in 1973, it wasn’t clear he would ever receive the full Robert Johnson treatment: plucked from cult status, hailed as a neglected genius, honored with remasterings, tribute albums and a host of biographies

Five decades since Gram Parsons pioneered an alternative strand of experimental Americana, the genre is thriving with a new generation of artists such as Steve Gunn and William Tyler inspired by its loose spirit. In the late 1960s, Gram Parsons flew the flag for what he named cosmic American music, a vague term that offered a distinction from the plastic dry fuck of country rock, and reclaimed an experimental streak that traditionalist Nashville rejected. His coinage fits these musicians, away from mainstream Americana and country, where respect for history isn’t cerebral, improvisation eschews noodling, and an existentialist streak runs wild.

The Coal Porters The Gram Parsons Tribute Concert Live London 1998 CD album. Condition is Very Good. Dispatched with Royal Mail 1st Class Large Letter. Style: Country RockArtist: Gram Parsons. GRAM PARSONS Cosmic American Music - The Rehearsal Tapes 1972 CD (1995).

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Song for You Gram Parsons Gram Parsons 0:27
2 Kentucky Blues Gram Parsons 3:05
3 Streets of Baltimore Tompall Glaser / Harlan Howard Gram Parsons 2:54
4 Folsom Prison Blues Johnny Cash Gram Parsons 2:54
5 Lovesick Blues Cliff Friend / Irving Mills Gram Parsons 0:43
6 The New Soft Shoe Gram Parsons Gram Parsons 4:44
7 How Much I've Lied Gram Parsons / Pam Rifkin Gram Parsons 3:15
8 Still Feeling Blue Gram Parsons Gram Parsons 0:32
9 Still Feeling Blue Gram Parsons Gram Parsons 2:34
10 Ain't No Beatles, Ain't No Rolling Stones Gram Parsons Gram Parsons 5:28
11 Medley: How Can I Forget You/Cry One More Time Thomas Biggs / Seth Justman / Peter Wolf Gram Parsons 4:15
12 A Song for You Gram Parsons Gram Parsons 9:53
13 Streets of Baltimore Tompall Glaser / Harlan Howard Gram Parsons 4:04
14 That's All It Took Darrell Edwards / Carlos Grier / George Jones Gram Parsons 2:55
15 Somebody's Back in Town Don Helms / Doyle Wilburn / Teddy Wilburn Gram Parsons 2:02
16 More and More Gram Parsons 2:55
17 Teaching Emmy to Sweep Out the Ashes Joyce Ann Allsup Gram Parsons 1:40
18 Daddy's Fiddle Gram Parsons 6:58
19 We'll Sweep out the Ashes in the Morning Joyce Ann Allsup / Gram Parsons Gram Parsons 2:57
20 Cold, Cold Heart Hank Williams Gram Parsons 5:19
21 That's All It Took Darrell Edwards / Carlos Grier / George Jones Gram Parsons 3:20
22 A Song for You Gram Parsons Gram Parsons 5:18


Joyce Ann Allsup - Composer
Thomas Biggs - Composer
Johnny Cash - Composer
Darrell Edwards - Composer
Cliff Friend - Composer
Tompall Glaser - Composer
Jenny Grech - Remastering
Carlos Grier - Composer
Sid Griffin - Liner Notes
Emmylou Harris - Guest Artist
Don Helms - Composer
Harlan Howard - Composer
George Jones - Composer
Seth Justman - Composer
Bobby Marin - Executive Producer
Irving Mills - Composer
Nigel Molden - Remastering
Gram Parsons - Composer, Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals
Pam Rifkin - Composer
Doyle Wilburn - Composer
Teddy Wilburn - Composer
Hank Williams - Composer
Peter Wolf - Composer