Album artwork for Live From The Bottom Line NYC 1976 by The Flying Burrito Brothers

Touring in support of their fifth studio album Airborne, The Flying Burrito Brothers performed at the legendary New York City venue, The Bottom Line on August 18, 1976. This 12-track set features many of their classic tracks alongside a few C&W standards. The group's line up consisted of Skip Battin and Gene Parsons (both ex-Byrds band members), along with Gib Guilbeau, Joel Scott Hill and original Burrito pedal steel legend, "Sneaky" Pete Kleinow. This live recording is previously unreleased. 1976 was a great year for re-iteration of the Flying Burrito Brothers having the opportunity to travel throughout the USA celebrating the 200th Anniversary of the founding of the United States. Though Gram Parsons wasn't around anymore, Chris Hillman embarked on a solo career, and Chris Ethridge had just departed this band, we had some great guys that just happened to be really familiar with the 'Burrito' mentality. It all came together quite spectacularly! To begin, Gib Guilbeau was my life-long pal and Cajun guy par excellence. Gene Parsons, formerly of the Byrds, was he drummer from hell who lifted the excitement to the limit (and picked a great banjo and string bender guitar. What can I say about Joel Scott Hill? A rebel? A reverent fanatic? A soulful and emotional artist? ALL of the above! Then there is Skip Battin, who just joined the band whom everyone loved and called friend who provided very original bass and vocal support. All these cuts are genuine items from a live performance at New York City's legendary "Bottom Line" club with all the warts AND magical moments. No fix ups and no apologies. Just real music and true enthusiasm. This was the way it was when he hit the road in 1976! - Sneaky Pete (2001)

The Flying Burrito Brothers

Live From The Bottom Line NYC 1976

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Album artwork for Live From The Bottom Line NYC 1976 by The Flying Burrito Brothers
LP

$24.99

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Released 11/25/2022Catalogue Number

LIB-5103

The Flying Burrito Brothers

Live From The Bottom Line NYC 1976

Album artwork for Album artwork for Live From The Bottom Line NYC 1976 by The Flying Burrito Brothers by Live From The Bottom Line NYC 1976 - The Flying Burrito Brothers
Album artwork for Live From The Bottom Line NYC 1976 by The Flying Burrito Brothers
LP

$24.99

Black
Released 11/25/2022Catalogue Number

LIB-5103

Touring in support of their fifth studio album Airborne, The Flying Burrito Brothers performed at the legendary New York City venue, The Bottom Line on August 18, 1976. This 12-track set features many of their classic tracks alongside a few C&W standards. The group's line up consisted of Skip Battin and Gene Parsons (both ex-Byrds band members), along with Gib Guilbeau, Joel Scott Hill and original Burrito pedal steel legend, "Sneaky" Pete Kleinow. This live recording is previously unreleased. 1976 was a great year for re-iteration of the Flying Burrito Brothers having the opportunity to travel throughout the USA celebrating the 200th Anniversary of the founding of the United States. Though Gram Parsons wasn't around anymore, Chris Hillman embarked on a solo career, and Chris Ethridge had just departed this band, we had some great guys that just happened to be really familiar with the 'Burrito' mentality. It all came together quite spectacularly! To begin, Gib Guilbeau was my life-long pal and Cajun guy par excellence. Gene Parsons, formerly of the Byrds, was he drummer from hell who lifted the excitement to the limit (and picked a great banjo and string bender guitar. What can I say about Joel Scott Hill? A rebel? A reverent fanatic? A soulful and emotional artist? ALL of the above! Then there is Skip Battin, who just joined the band whom everyone loved and called friend who provided very original bass and vocal support. All these cuts are genuine items from a live performance at New York City's legendary "Bottom Line" club with all the warts AND magical moments. No fix ups and no apologies. Just real music and true enthusiasm. This was the way it was when he hit the road in 1976! - Sneaky Pete (2001)