Gram Parsons And The Fallen Angels*The Last Roundup (Live From The Bijou Café In Philadelphia, 3/16/73)

Label:Amoeba Records (3) – AM005
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Record Store Day, Limited Edition
Genre:Rock, Folk, World, & Country
Style:Country Rock, Country


A1Introduction / Flint Hill Special1:47
A2We'll Sweep Out The Ashes4:13
A3My Uncle2:55
A4Drug Store Truck Drivin' Man5:23
A5Streets of Baltimore3:34
B6Country Baptizing4:22
B7California Cotton Fields3:49
B8Love Hurts5:20
B9Cry One More Time5:05
C1Sin City4:50
C2Big Mouth Blues5:12
C4Six Days On The Road3:33
D6The New Soft Shoe7:07
Rock & Roll Medley(12:36)
D7aHang On Sloopy2:46
D7bBaby What You Want Me To Do2:18
D7cBoney Maronie2:32
D7dForty Days0:50
D7eAlmost Grown3:10

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Record Store Day Black Friday 2023 "RSD First" Release, quantity: 7,500.

Hype sticker:
Definitive 2LP Collection
Gram's Complete Performance In Its Original Sequence
Includes Versions Of "Sin City," "Love Hurts" & "Drug Store Truck Drivin' Man"
RSD Black Friday
First New Gram Solo Material In 40 Years!
Gram Poster Included

Sticker on back cover: Made In Canada

Tracks are sequentially numbered per LP.

Mastered at A. Hammer Mastering SF.

Created from a soundboard recording kept for 40 years by pedal steel player Neil Flanz, then acquired by Amoeba Music (2) and maintained for another 10 years in their Los Angeles store. The tape was rediscovered when Amoeba moved to a new location. In collaboration with Gram Parsons' family, a Kickstarter campaign was established to restore the tape and produce the album.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 61297 91759 4
  • Barcode (Scanned): 061297917594
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): AR005 V1292759-A KP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): AR005 V1292759-B KP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout): AR005 V1292760-C KP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout): AR005 V1292760-D KP

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The Last Roundup (Live From The Bijou Café, Philadelphia, March 16, 1973) (CD, Album)Amoeba Records (3)AM006US2023



  • Lautarodlh's avatar
    This sounds better than I expected. Beautiful concert, and Emmylou sings solo in some songs. No skips in my copy, and dead silent vinyl.
    • GaboWabo's avatar
      Great to have for historical purpose. The sound is not far from excellent, but listenable for what its significance represents.
      The vinyl is good, no issues after a good cleaning.
      Please clean all your new records, it is as important as used records.
      • kangoids's avatar
        As of 12/20/2023 Amoeba no longer has this LP listed on their site.
        • ancientphrase's avatar
          My records were both flat and without defects, definitely worth giving a good cleaning before playing, I didn't have the skipping issues others did but they did seem pretty dirty (and everyone needs to cool it with the crappy paper inners). Music itself is phenomenal obviously, recording itself is fairly basic but overall commendable release that I'll definitely listen to regularly. Not sure how their CS is but this isn't super limited (7500) so buy direct from Amoeba if concerned about needing replacements. They have 15% off for two days every month if you sign up for the their e-mail list you'll be notified.
          • Bluemoon1967's avatar
            it's a worthwhile release - sound is pretty good seeing as how it is from a cassette tape, nicely cleaned up by that Master of Sound - Gary Hobish. My Side 3 has a relatively bad edge warp, however, it does play through and on first listen there doesn't seem to be any wow/flutter problem, just my stylus bobbing up and down near the edge of the record. I would return, as £50 is a lot to play for a Record that is just about OK, quality wise, but of course this was a Limited Black Friday Release, imported to the UK, and the shop i bought from, Banquet Records, is now Sold Out, so i will make do.....
            • cliveclements's avatar
              Edited 2 months ago
              3 people have mentioned skips - 1 on side b, 1 on side d, and 1 throughout. Just adding that I have a lock/repeating skip on side c approx 3:15 into “Sin City,” which plays through for about 5 seconds with static (not good!) when I put a weight on, even though there’s no noticeable warp. Also got mine new through the kickstarter. Otherwise I don’t have any complaints about the sound and my records appear clean & flat out of the packaging. I can’t see what might be causing the skip, but imagine it’s a pressing defect based on how it plays through?
              • souldriver's avatar
                Skips on 2nd side that were unable to be fixed - bought brand new
                • Hap_Hazard_Lee's avatar
                  Attention people. Don’t pay $60+ for this record. They have plenty of them at all 3 Amoeba locations. They do mail order.
                  • Al_yankovic_exander's avatar
                    My copy had no skips or anything funky pressing-wise. Great collection of live tracks, also hearing the stage banter was super neat. Some of the versions here I found myself preferring to the studio arrangements after spinning a few times. As far as the audio goes, the pressing itself is fine, it's simply a live album so the audio is just not going to be perfect regardless. That's part of the ride haha. It's likely due to the occasional sound imperfections that the recordings were shelved in the first place and left unreleased all these years, so I'm just grateful to be able to experience it at all! Overall if you are a big fan of Gram and Emmylou this is worth it if you see it imo.
                    • firedemon76's avatar
                      My copy is unlistenabe. Terrible pressing. Skips and slides all throughout the record.


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