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Paperback, 336 Seiten, Sprache: Englisch. Hot Burritos is a hard-hitting insider account of the brief but influential career of The Flying Burrito Brothers, as told to writer John Einarson by founder member Chris Hillman and other band-members and associates. Dressed in sequined Nudie suits and on the run from the commercial music machine, The Flying Burrito Brothers were pioneers of a genre that continues to resonate today. In their four-year existence, the original lineup transcended cult status to earn universal respect and admiration, creating what later became known as country-rock. Speaking candidly for the first time, Hillman shatters countless myths surrounding this legendary band and offers a uniquely intimate portrait of his band-mate, the doomed cult hero Gram Parsons. He tells of the Hillman-Parsons creative partnership; the notorious 'train trip' tour of 1969; the ill-fated Altamont festival; the discovery of Emmylou Harris; the introduction of college crowds to bluegrass; and the group's enduring legacy. Here, at last, is the true story of The Flying Burrito Brothers. *Edition Olms

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