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Limited blue colored vinyl LP pressing. Sundazed Music is proud to reissue Another Side Of This Life, 13 previously unheard demo recordings of Gram Parsons, country-rock pioneer and former member of the Byrds and founding member of the Flying Burrito Brothers. Another Side, now on sky blue vinyl, features Parsons, singing and playing acoustic guitar, recorded from March 1965 to April 1966 at the home of his friend. Another Side Of This Life also features rare photos and a detailed liner essay by noted writer Stanley Booth (The True Adventures Of The Rolling Stones).
Limited blue colored vinyl LP pressing. Sundazed Music is proud to reissue Another Side Of This Life, 13 previously unheard demo recordings of Gram Parsons, country-rock pioneer and former member of the Byrds and founding member of the Flying Burrito Brothers. Another Side, now on sky blue vinyl, features Parsons, singing and playing acoustic guitar, recorded from March 1965 to April 1966 at the home of his friend. Another Side Of This Life also features rare photos and a detailed liner essay by noted writer Stanley Booth (The True Adventures Of The Rolling Stones).
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Another Side Of This Life (Blue) [Colored Vinyl]
Artist: Gram Parsons
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Codine
2. Wheel of Fortune
3. Another Side of This Life
4. High Flyin' Bird
5. November Nights
6. Zah's Blues
7. Reputation
8. That's the Bag I'm in
9. They Still Go Down
10. Pride of Man
11. Brass Buttons
12. I Just Can't Take It Anymore
13. Candy Man

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Limited blue colored vinyl LP pressing. Sundazed Music is proud to reissue Another Side Of This Life, 13 previously unheard demo recordings of Gram Parsons, country-rock pioneer and former member of the Byrds and founding member of the Flying Burrito Brothers. Another Side, now on sky blue vinyl, features Parsons, singing and playing acoustic guitar, recorded from March 1965 to April 1966 at the home of his friend. Another Side Of This Life also features rare photos and a detailed liner essay by noted writer Stanley Booth (The True Adventures Of The Rolling Stones).
        
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