Disc One: "Gram Parsons-The Early Years-Volume 1", 1963-65 folk recordings of "Gram Parsons and the Shilos, "Volume 2" of lost early recordings focusing on Gram's solo efforts recorded by Dick Weissman including several never before heard Parsons' compositions!
I MAY BE RIGHT / BIG COUNTRY / ZAH'S BLUES / MARY DON'T YOU WEEP / BELLS OF RHYMNEY / GOIN' AWAY, DON'T YOU WANT TO GO / THEY STILL GO DOWN / ON MY JOURNEY HOME / OH, DIDN'T THEY CRUCIFY MY LORD / SURFINANNY / (Unreleased Solo Performances): THE GREAT SILKIE / RACE WITH THE WIND / THE RAINS CAME DOWN / HAND WITHIN THE GLOVE / ROLLING STONE / DARKEST YEARS / THAT KIND OF LIVIN' / A RIVER IS MADE OUT OF RAINDROPS // (Gram Parsons & the Like): JUST CAN'T TAKE IT ANY MORE / NOVEMBER NIGHTS // (Brandon deWilde with Gram Parsons & the Like): TOGETHER AGAIN // (Brandon deWilde & Gram Parsons) DO RIGHT WOMAN & HICKORY WIND (plus a 30 second hidden track)
Disc Two: "Big Mouth Blues: A Conversation with Gram Parsons - 76 minute interview with Gram Parsons conducted in 1972 with Chuck Casell.
Disc Three is a DVD of "Gram Parsons and the Fallen Angels" at Liberty Hall, Houston. Video quality is a bit better than the VHS version, with longer introductions by Gram on stage. The last track is the Burritos lip synching "HOT BURRITO #1"!
DVD Performances: BIG MOUTH BLUES / NEW SOFT SHOE / STREETS OF BALTIMORE / SIX DAYS ON THE ROAD / (Bonus) HOT BURRITO #1
Bonus CD: ANOTHER SIDE TO THIS LIFE / MACO LIGHT / RUN, LITTLE BOY, RUN / BIG COUNTRY / $1000 WEDDING / HOT BURRITO #1 (Tracks 1-4 recorded by Dick Weissman Sept 1965 in New York, Track 5-6 recorded by Cal Frisk, Burrito era).
Booklet: "Gram Parsons-The Early Years" 24 page color booklet that accompanied the original 1979 vinyl LP release. It includes rare photos, letters, and album notes by Mark Leviton.
Booklet: “Gram Parsons at Harvard - Fall 1965" A new 24 page booklet/pictorial featuring photographs by noted Life Magazine photographer Ted Polumbaum with commentary by Harvard grad (Class of 1968) and fellow Gram classmate, David Johnson.
Three Posters: Folded posters of "Gram Parsons at the Chateau Marmont 1969" (24" x 36" poster) and two versions of the Pete Frame's Gram Parsons Rock Family Tree "The Grievous Angel" & "Gram and Emmylou" (both posters are 18"x 24").