℗ 2020 UMG Recordings; An A&M Records Release
 

The Gilded Palace Of Sin

The Flying Burrito Brothers

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1.1
Christine’s Tune
The Flying Burrito Brothers
3:00
1.2
Sin City
The Flying Burrito Brothers
4:07
1.3
Do Right Woman
The Flying Burrito Brothers
3:56
1.4
Dark End Of The Street
The Flying Burrito Brothers
3:48
1.5
My Uncle
The Flying Burrito Brothers
2:36
1.6
Wheels
The Flying Burrito Brothers
3:01
1.7
Juanita
The Flying Burrito Brothers
2:28
1.8
Hot Burrito #1
The Flying Burrito Brothers
3:35
1.9
Hot Burrito #2
The Flying Burrito Brothers
3:15
1.10
Do You Know How It Feels
The Flying Burrito Brothers
2:06
1.11
Hippie Boy
The Flying Burrito Brothers
4:54
Total Playing Time    36:46
Rolling Stones "500 Greatest Albums of All Time" - #192 (2013) The Gilded Palace of Sin is the first album by the country rock group the Flying Burrito Brothers, released in 1969. It continued Gram Parsons' and Chris Hillman's work in modern country music, fusing traditional sources like folk and country with other forms of popular music like gospel, soul, and psychedelic rock.
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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