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The Flying Burrito Brothers (album)

The Flying Burrito Bros
The Flying Burrito Brothers
Released June 1971
Recorded 1971
Genre Country rock
Length 36:15
Label A&M
Producer Jim Dickson, Bob Hughes
The Flying Burrito Brothers chronology

Burrito Deluxe
(1970)
The Flying Burrito Bros
(1971)
Last of the Red Hot Burritos
(1972)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

The Flying Burrito Bros is the third album by the country rock group The Flying Burrito Brothers, released in 1971. Before recording sessions for the album began, Gram Parsons would leave the band for a solo career, leaving Chris Hillman and "Sneaky" Pete Kleinow to carry on. In Parsons' place, the band hired a young unknown musician named Rick Roberts,[2] who later was the lead singer of Firefall.

Track listing

  1. "White Line Fever" (Merle Haggard) – 3:16
  2. "Colorado" (Rick Roberts) – 4:52
  3. "Hand to Mouth" (Rick Roberts, Chris Hillman) – 3:44
  4. "Tried So Hard" (Gene Clark) – 3:08
  5. "Just Can't Be" (Rick Roberts, Chris Hillman) – 4:58
  6. "To Ramona" (Bob Dylan) – 3:40
  7. "Four Days of Rain" (Rick Roberts) – 3:39
  8. "Can't You Hear Me Calling" (Rick Roberts, Chris Hillman) – 2:23
  9. "All Alone" (Rick Roberts/Chris Hillman) – 3:33
  10. "Why Are You Crying" (Rick Roberts) – 3:02

Personnel

Additional personnel
  • Earl P. Ball: piano
  • Bob Gibson: guitar
  • Mike Deasy: guitar

Production

  • Producer: Jim Dickson/Bob Hughes
  • Recording Engineer: Lillian Davis Douma / Bob Hughes
  • Art Direction: unknown
  • Photography: unknown
  • Liner Notes: unknown

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