"In 1969, The Flying Burrito Brothers welcomed listeners into their Gilded Palace of Sin. The album, released on Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss' A&M label, heralded a new style of music - one which co-founder Gram Parsons would famously dub "Cosmic American Music." Indeed, the sounds emanating from this Palace were, at the same time, surprisingly traditional and completely radical. For the Burritos melded the harmonies of the Everlys or the Louvins with the gutbucket soul of the deep south, the instrumentation of classic Nashville, and the experimentation of psychedelia. The sound created on The Gilded Palace of Sin would come to be known as country-rock, and influence a generation of performers, perhaps most notably the Eagles but also bands from Poco to Wilco..."
- Joe Marchese, theseconddisc.com
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