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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
Lucinda Williams & David Crosby. Return Of The Grievous Angel. Extract From Liner Notes: 'A portion of the proceeds from 'Return of the Grievous Angel' will go to benefit the Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation's "Campaign for a Landmine Free World". Gram Parsons Tribute (CD, Album, Promo).
Lucinda Williams & David Crosby - Return Of The Grievous Angel (4:21). Wilco - 100 Years From Now (2:54). Whiskeytown - A Song For You (6:46). Gillian Welch - Hickory Wind (4:42). The Rolling Creekdippers - In My Hour Of Darkness (4:49). You can download here blues music in few minutes. And, of course, the fans of jazz can also download on this site jazz music on their PC, smartphones and other gadgets. Jazz and blues mp3 archives are shown on the landing page.
The songs, culled from Parsons' early days with the Byrds through his posthumously released solo album, Grievous Angel, are uniformly excellent, or better. The best covers, like Lucinda Williams and David Crosby's "Return of the Grievous Angel" and the Rolling Creekdippers' "In My Hour of Darkness," feature the soaring, intertwined harmonies Parsons and Harris turned into magic on the originals.
The album is a terrific mix of artists from across the pop spectrum, Parsons' old cronies working with his disciples. Chris Hillman, an ex-Byrd who co-founded the Burritos and was Parsons' main writing partner, trades vocals with Steve Earle on "High Fashion Queen", while David Crosby backs Lucinda Williams on the title track - in my opinion the strongest track in an album full of strong tracks. Wilco weighs in with a steamroller version of "One Hundred Years from Now" and Whiskeytown's cover of "A Song for You" is just beautiful. But somehow these tracks, like the rest of the album, manages this kind of soul-stirring without becoming maudlin. Return of the Grievous Angel should satisfy the most diehard of Parsons' fans while introducing his music to legions of young alt-country fans, who've basically been listening to him all along, who'll now know who to thank. That's what a tribute does best.
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Album Grievous Angel. Return of the Grievous Angel Lyrics. Won't you scratch my itch sweet Annie Rich And welcome me back to town Come out on your porch or step into your parlour And I'll tell you how it all went down Out with the truckers and the kickers and the cowboy angels And a good saloon in every single town
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The album also included the first release of a live duet between Fitzgerald and Stevie Wonder, ‘You Are The Sunshine Of My Life’. Dinah Washington: Dinah Sings Bessie Smith (1958). It was perhaps only natural that the woman dubbed The Queen Of The Blues in the 50s should pay tribute to the original Empress Of The Blues, Bessie Smith. The songs on this EmArcy classic are full of panache and the backing musicians – including drummer Max Roach and trumpeter Clark Terry – deliver energy and rhythm on tracks such as ‘After You’ve Gone’, ‘Backwater Blues’ and ‘Send Me To The ’Lectric Chair’.
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|1||–The Pretenders & Emmylou Harris||She
Co-producer – Glyn JohnsProducer – Stephen Street
|2||–Cowboy Junkies||Ooh Las Vegas
Mixed By – Chris Lord-AlgeProducer – Michael Timmins
|3||–Beck & Emmylou Harris||Sin City
Producer – Alan Sides*
|4||–Evan Dando & Juliana Hatfield||$1,000 Wedding
Producer – Glyn Johns
|5||–The Mavericks||Hot Burrito #1
Mixed By – Mike BradleyProducer – Don Cook, Raul Malo
|6||–Chris Hillman & Steve Earle||High Fashion Queen
Mixed By – Bernard MatthewsProducer – Herb Pedersen
|7||–Sheryl Crow & Emmylou Harris||Juanita
Mixed By – Trina Shoemaker
|8||–Elvis Costello||Sleepless Nights
Producer – Glyn Johns
|9||–Lucinda Williams & David Crosby||Return Of The Grievous Angel
Producer – Glyn Johns
|10||–Wilco||One Hundred Years From Now
Mixed By – Jay Bennett, Johnathan Pines*
|11||–Whiskeytown||A Song For You
Producer – Ethan Johns
|12||–Gillian Welch||Hickory Wind
Producer – David Rawlings
|13||–The Rolling Creekdippers||In My Hour Of Darkness
Producer – Buddy Miller, Julie Miller
NotesA tribute to Gram Parsons.
Executive Producers - Emmylou Harris, Paul Kremer.
Australasian release of the Almo Sounds album.
"The Rolling Creekdippers" were a one-off ensemble comprising:
Buddy Miller - Guitar, Melodica, Vocals
Julie Miller - Guitar, Vocals
Victoria Williams - Banjo, Vocals
Mark Olsen - Vocals
Jim Lauderdale - Vocals
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|AMSD-80024||Various||Return Of The Grievous Angel / A Tribute To Gram Parsons (CD, Album)||Almo Sounds||AMSD-80024||US||1999|
|D 32065||Various||Return Of The Grievous Angel (CD)||Festival Records||D 32065||Australia||1999|
|AMSD-80024||Various||Return Of The Grievous Angel / A Tribute To Gram Parsons (CD, Album)||Almo Sounds||AMSD-80024||Canada||1999|
|UMD-9964||Various||Gram Parsons Tribute (CD, Album, TP)||Almo Sounds||UMD-9964||UK||1999|
|UMD-9964||Various||Gram Parsons Tribute (CD, Album, Promo)||Almo Sounds||UMD-9964||US||1999|