Next in a series of live music performances the hardwatching staff has enjoyed (via YouTube) at end of day
Back in 1971, the hardsmoking staff glommed on to the Flying Burrito Brothers – one of the endless Byrds spinoffs (we’ll get to Dillard & Clark soon) – and never let go, thanks to tunes like this:
All hail, Sneaky Pete Kleinow.
Recently, the hardclicking staff came across this 1970 Burritos gig at Ellis Auditorium in Memphis.
01 Lazy Days 00:00
02 One Hundred Years From Now 04:14
03 My Uncle 07:08
04 Cody, Cody 09:24
05 Christine’s Tune (aka Devil In Disguise) 12:13
06 Tried So Hard 16:03
07 Willie And The Hand Jive 19:38
08 Image Of Me 22:48
09 Six Days On The Road 26:13
10 Colorado 29:37
11 Hot Burrito #2 34:15
12 Money Honey 38:41
It’s all good.
Are you stealing Paul Krugman’s Friday Night Music meme. John?
Didn’t even know about it, Mudge. But clearly, he’s a lot more contemporary than I am.
A really interesting, listen, HWS – thanks. Music production has changed so much, it was fascinating to get into.
Glad you liked it, Mick.
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