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  4. Allmusic calls it 'the first important country-rock album', and despite the fact that only two songs on this album are originals (Hickory Wind and One Hundred Years from Now, both written by Gram Parsons, with Parsons Lazy Days added as one of the bonus tracks, along with Pretty Polly by Chris Hillman and Roger McGuinn), it broke new ground/5().
  5. It includes proto TX boogie rock that's a clear precursor to early ZZ Top, harmony flavored numbers that sound closer to Cali than they do The Lone Star State, one track that somehow fuses CS&N with The Beatles and does so with prominent cowbell in the mix (and it's good!!!), punchy psych grit, and swaggering country rock with some twang in the.
  6. Although there is debate among musicologists and banjo players as to who "invented" the three-finger style of five-string banjo playing, there is no disagreement that the style was popularized by Earl Scruggs in the late s and early s.
  7. The CD release of the original vinyl LP is followed by eight bonus tracks. Three of them, "You Got A Reputation", "Lazy Days", and "Pretty Polly," rock more than anything on the original album. Could that be why they were left off? The first two actually use electric guitar and the latter sounds like McGuinn finally broke out his trusty
  8. Sweetheart of the Rodeo is the sixth album by American rock band the Byrds and was released on August 30, , on Columbia Records (see in music). Recorded with the addition of country rock pioneer Gram Parsons, it became the first major album widely recognised as country rock, and represented a stylistic move away from the psychedelic rock of the band's previous LP, The .

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