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Sleepless Nights

by Various Artists

Sleepless Nights by Various Artists

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Sleepless Nights

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Label: HIP-O (PG)/Fontana
With a title that was allegedly originally slated to be used for Grievous Angel, Sleepless Nights was released three years after Gram Parsons died. Highlighted by a trio of duets with Emmylou Harris, it collects deep-cut country covers Parsons recorded before his untimely death. Most of the songs were recorded while he was still in The Byrds, which probably accounts for the slow-motion tempos. The almost narcotic pace and pervasive heartbreaking lyrics help to cement Parsons' legacy as a doomed purveyor of sad, sad music. You can practically hear him shooting up in "Honky Tonk Women."

About This Album

With a title that was allegedly originally slated to be used for Grievous Angel, Sleepless Nights was released three years after Gram Parsons died. Highlighted by a trio of duets with Emmylou Harris, it collects deep-cut country covers Parsons recorded before his untimely death. Most of the songs were recorded while he was still in The Byrds, which probably accounts for the slow-motion tempos. The almost narcotic pace and pervasive heartbreaking lyrics help to cement Parsons' legacy as a doomed purveyor of sad, sad music. You can practically hear him shooting up in "Honky Tonk Women."

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About This Album

With a title that was allegedly originally slated to be used for Grievous Angel, Sleepless Nights was released three years after Gram Parsons died. Highlighted by a trio of duets with Emmylou Harris, it collects deep-cut country covers Parsons recorded before his untimely death. Most of the songs were recorded while he was still in The Byrds, which probably accounts for the slow-motion tempos. The almost narcotic pace and pervasive heartbreaking lyrics help to cement Parsons' legacy as a doomed purveyor of sad, sad music. You can practically hear him shooting up in "Honky Tonk Women."