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The Last Of The Red Hot Burritos (Live/1971)

The Flying Burrito Brothers

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1.1
Devil In Disguise (Live/1971)
The Flying Burrito Brothers
3:55
1.2
Six Days On The Road (Live/1971)
The Flying Burrito Brothers
3:04
1.3
My Uncle (Live/1971)
The Flying Burrito Brothers
2:25
1.4
Dixie Breakdown (Live/1971)
The Flying Burrito Brothers
2:16
1.5
Don't Let Your Deal Go Down (Live/1971)
The Flying Burrito Brothers
2:20
1.6
Orange Blossom Special (Live/1971)
The Flying Burrito Brothers
3:40
1.7
Ain't That A Lot Of Love (Live/1971)
The Flying Burrito Brothers
3:23
1.8
High Fashion Queen (Live/1971)
The Flying Burrito Brothers
3:18
1.9
Don't Fight It (Live/1971)
The Flying Burrito Brothers
3:05
1.10
Hot Burrito #2 (Live/1971)
The Flying Burrito Brothers
4:36
1.11
Losing Game (Live/1971)
The Flying Burrito Brothers
2:56
Total Playing Time    34:58
Last of the Red Hot Burritos is the fourth album by country rock group The Flying Burrito Brothers, released in 1972. By the time this album was recorded, "Sneaky" Pete Kleinow and Bernie Leadon had left the band, leaving Chris Hillman as the sole founding member. In their places, Hillman recruited Al Perkins and Kenny Wertz respectively. Wertz had previously played with Hillman in the Scottsville Squirrel Barkers. The band also added two guest musicians for their fall 1971 tour in Byron Berline and Roger Bush from Country Gazette. This lineup toured until Hillman left the band in October 1971, leaving the rights to the band's name to Rick Roberts. Once Hillman departed, A&M Records apparently lost faith in the group. Instead of allowing a Roberts-led version of the band (with no founding members) to record a new studio album, A&M released this live recording.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – A&M Studio Masters

Tracks 1-11 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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