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    Thanks for the link! We appreciate it.

    Your slideshow was well-done, much better than the usual amateurish efforts you see on YouTube when it comes to placing photos with music. I can tell the images were chosen with care and you went beyond simple photos of the Eagles. Good job!

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    Very good!
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    Very good indeed!
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    Here's Bernie with the Flying Burrito Brothers doing "Lazy Day" in 1970 with Chris Hillman and Sneaky Pete on pedal steel:

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdW8xQfC7JQ[/ame]
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    Ah, they're so young and fresh there! I wonder why Glenn sang lead when the Eagles covered it? Bernie sounds great. I have this for download on the site, but thanks for posting the link to it on YouTube - brings it to everyone's attention who might otherwise miss it.

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    Bernie with the Nitty Gritty Dirt band in '87 performing "Fishin' in the Dark". Unfortunatly, the camera does not focus on him a lot but he looks like he's having fun:

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yh3ml8gzrd4[/ame]
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    More classic Bernie with the Flying Burrito Brothers doing "Six Days on the Road" at the infamous Altamont concert in 1969 from the film Gimme Shelter. You only get to see couple of glimpses of Bernie, I'm sure he couldn't wait to get out of there:


    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIgMN7Kd7u8[/ame]
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    Holy crap, that looks freaking awful. The festival from hell, with Hell's Angels to boot! And thank goodness that camera didn't dip any lower on the naked guy.

    Thanks for posting it, though. It's an interesting historical glimpse. I didn't know the Flying Burrito Bros. played Altamont.

    BTW, the captions erroneously put one line of the song as "killed my baby goodbye" instead of "kissed my baby goodbye" - Freudian?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sodascouts View Post
    BTW, the captions erroneously put one line of the song as "killed my baby goodbye" instead of "kissed my baby goodbye" - Freudian?
    I noticed that. I also noticed that they are using the studio version of "Six Days" (although they edited out Bernie's guitar solo dammit!). Gram Parsons was good buddies with Keith Richards and got the Burritos a spot on the bill (along with Santana, Jefferson Airplane, CSN&Y, the Grateful Dead [who refused to play because of the violence] and of course the Stones. It's a must see movie, but very harrowing.

    Here's a recent article from Chris Hillman about the show:

    http://www.spinner.com/2009/12/04/ch...ete-nightmare/
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    I've got a book by Hillman that says that Gram Parsons got on the helicopter with the Stones and got out of there and Bernie and another guy were left behind to fend for themselves, which they did, finally. I'll see if I can find the article as it goes into detail.
    Bernie seems like the type of guy who is tough enough to take care of himself even in a crowd like that, but how selfish of Gram (sorry Gram lovers).

    GTLO - I read that article and wow, "nightmare" indeed. Ironic that it happened only months after Woodstock, but when people go too far and decide they no longer need to restrain themselves, it's going to get ugly.

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