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VINE VOICEon June 4, 2002
"The Red Album" is a great, good- time collection, apparently live studio sessions. If you've ever enjoyed the Burritos, you'll love this; the sound is great as well. Here's the cd info: Recorded in 1976 (same lineup as "Flying Again" and "From Another Time"). Musicians: Joel Scott Hill - lead guitar / vocals tracks 2, 3, 5, 6, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 & 17 Gib Guilbeau - fiddle & guitar/ vocals tracks 4,10 & 16 Sneaky Pete Kleinow - pedal steel guitar / vocals track 8 Gene Parsons - drums / vocals track 7 Chris Ethridge - bass Track list: 1. Cannonball Rag (Public Domain) 2. Building Fires (Penn/Christopher) 3. Wheels (Hillman/Parsons) 4. Diggy Liggy Li (Miller) 5. Close Up The Honky Tonks (Simpson) 6. Sin City (Hillman/Parsons) 7. Take A Whiff On Me (Ledbetter/Lomax) 8. Faded Love (Bob Wills) 9. Easy To Get On (Brown/Hill) 10. Bon Soir Blues (Gib Guilbeau) 11. She Thinks I Still Care (D. Lee) 12. Dim Lights, Thick Smoke (Maphis/Fidler/Lee) 13. Devil In Disguise (Hillman/Parsons) 14. Hot Burrito #2 (Hillman/Parsons/Ethridge) 15. White Line Fever (M. Haggard) 16. Why Baby Why (G. Jones) 17. Chuck Berry Medley: Let It Rock/Roll Over Beethoven (C.Berry)
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on September 23, 2012
Great album. Supposedly recorded live in the studio--there's a smattering of applause after every song--the set list is a nice mix of Gram-era songs and some from FLYING AGAIN & AIRBORNE. I'm not in the same camp as those who think the Burritos ceased to exist (or should have) once Gram Parsons left. Always enjoyed Joel Scott Hill's husky voice, and Sneaky Pete's pedal steel (in fine form here once again)is just as much the defining sound of the Burritos as Gram's voice (Pete's voice, however, leaves much to be desired as you will discover when he takes his turn singing the old chestunt "Faded Love"). Were it not for sound quality issues--a little harsh & thin-sounding at times, though I have heard a lot worse--this would be a 5 star album
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