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Further outtakes and rehearsal recordings from the album sessions emerged in 2003 with another reissue, the Legacy Edition of the Sweetheart Of the Rodeo album this time as a 2 CD set which also included seven previously released International Submarine Band tracks.Gram remained with the band until July 1968 having toured in the US and played several shows in Europe, particularly in London & Rome.Several tapes from this period circulate which show the band's influences from the Country, R & B and Rock idioms.The band played 3 nights, April 4 - 6th 1969, at the Avalon Ballroom in San Francisco opening for the Grateful Deadwith the set from April 6thbeing broadcast on FM radio and susequently bootlegged. In November 2007 the San Francisco based label Amoeba Records released a double CD set, "",with the first disc featuring the previously unreleased set from the April 4th Avalon showwiththe bonus ofa couple of Gram Parsons demos from 1967 / 69.
1 - "Live at the Avalon Ballroom 1969" Amoeba / Fontana AMO 002 (2007) Band: Gram Parsons, Chris Hillman, Chris Ethridge, Sneaky Pete Kleinow & Michael Clarke.
In February 1969 the Flying Burrito Brothers were featured on the same program with The Byrds at the Boston Tea Party (Feb. On the closing night of the gig the Byrds stood on the stage for an hour and a half with most of the Burritos and they did every song they could think of.
The band continued playing local shows along the west coast with the most popular venues in LA being the "Troubadour" and the "Palomino" where Clarence White occasionally sat in when not touring with the Byrds.
Another notable show was from a few weeks later at the Palomino in L. The second disc was thefirst official release on the previously bootlegged April 6th show.
The superb audio qualityrecordings of the Avalon shows were sourced from the Grateful Dead tape vaults and were recorded by the Grateful Dead's sound engineer Bear (Owsley Stanley).
Gram eventually recorded it again for his solo "Grievous Angel" album, So, in early 1970 with the band were still playing locally around L. and awaiting the release of the new album, they went back into the Sound Factory studios to record a cache of old country standards and some current material from the likes of John Fogerty , The Bee Gees & the Rolling Stones.