Calling Me Home: Gram Parsons and the Roots of Country Rock

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"Mines the cultural geography of a region and time period while narrating the story of a musician who has remained influential over the past 40 years."--"Library Journal" Looks beyond the melodrama at the musical influences that Parsons absorbed and the ones that he passed along to pals such as Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones. Orlando Sentinel" Kealing s skilled reporting uncovers new twists in the Parsons narrative. It s a worthy addition even to a bookshelf already groaning with Gram bios, and it s best read with Parson s music playing in the background. Nashville Tennessean" A compulsively readable and intimate portrait of a young man who introduced the pure strains of country stars such as the Louvin Brothers and Merle Haggard to musicians like Bernie Leadon of the Eagles and Chris Hillman. Engine 145" Illuminates new parts of the myth, deepens the story and further underscores that plaintive, high lonesome voice singing In My Hour of Darkness. REAL SOUTH Magazine" Read it for the tragic tale of a local boy who flew too close to the sun, and use it as a reference for, and introduction to, the thriving music scene in our neck of the woods during the 1960s. Florida Times-Union" Follows Parsons through a succession of teenage bands and juvenile collaborations, visiting along the way many of the places . . . where in the early 60s there was a flourishing if mostly undocumented music scene. Uncut Magazine" The most well-rounded, most multi-dimensional picture we ve ever had of the visionary yet maddeningly complex musician. . . . If you read just one biography of Gram Parsons, make sure it s this one. Underground Nashville" A sympathetic human portrait of the man that neither glosses over nor sensationalizes him. Detroit Metro Times" Illuminates new parts of the myth, deepens the story and further underscores that plaintive, high lonesome voice singing In My Hour of Darkness. "REAL SOUTH Magazine"" Read it for the tragic tale of a local boy who flew too close to the sun, and use it as a reference for, and introduction to, the thriving music scene in our neck of the woods during the 1960s. "Florida Times-Union"" Follows Parsons through a succession of teenage bands and juvenile collaborations, visiting along the way many of the places . . . where in the early 60s there was a flourishing if mostly undocumented music scene. "Uncut Magazine"" A compulsively readable and intimate portrait of a young man who introduced the pure strains of country stars such as the Louvin Brothers and Merle Haggard to musicians like Bernie Leadon of the Eagles and Chris Hillman. "Engine 145"" Looks beyond the melodrama at the musical influences that Parsons absorbed and the ones that he passed along to pals such as Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones. "Orlando Sentinel"" A sympathetic human portrait of the man that neither glosses over nor sensationalizes him. "Detroit Metro Times"" Kealing s skilled reporting uncovers new twists in the Parsons narrative. It s a worthy addition even to a bookshelf already groaning with Gram bios, and it s best read with Parson s music playing in the background. "Nashville Tennessean"" The most well-rounded, most multi-dimensional picture we ve ever had of the visionary yet maddeningly complex musician. . . . If you read just one biography of Gram Parsons, make sure it s this one. "Underground Nashville"" "Looks beyond the melodrama at the musical influences that Parsons absorbed and the ones that he passed along to pals such as Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones."--"Orlando Sentinel" "Kealing's skilled reporting uncovers new twists in the Parsons narrative. It's a worthy addition even to a bookshelf already groaning with Gram bios, and it's best read with Parson's music playing in the background."--"Nashville Tennessean" "The most well-rounded, most multi-dimensional picture we've ever had of the visionary yet maddeningly complex musician. . . . If you read just one biography of Gram Parsons, make sure it's this one."--"Underground Nashville" "Illuminates new parts of the myth, deepens the story and further underscores that plaintive, high lonesome voice singing 'In My Hour of Darkness.'"--"REAL SOUTH Magazine" "Read it for the tragic tale of a local boy who flew too close to the sun, and use it as a reference for, and introduction to, the thriving music scene in our neck of the woods during the 1960s."--"Florida Times-Union" "Follows Parsons through a succession of teenage bands and juvenile collaborations, visiting along the way many of the places . . . where in the early '60s there was a flourishing if mostly undocumented music scene."--"Uncut Magazine" "A compulsively readable and intimate portrait of a young man who introduced the pure strains of country stars such as the Louvin Brothers and Merle Haggard to musicians like Bernie Leadon of the Eagles and Chris Hillman."--"Engine 145" "Kealing forgoes the familiar to dig deeper."--"Orlando Sentinel" "A sympathetic human portrait of the man that neither glosses over nor sensationalizes him."--"Detroit Metro Times" "Draw[s] on never-before-available writings and new interviews with Parson's family and friends."--"Publishers Weekly"

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On September 19, 1973, Gram Parsons became yet another rock-and-roll casualty in an era of excess, a time when young men wore their dangerous habits like badges of honour. Unfortunately, his many musical accomplishments have been overshadowed by a morbid fascination with his drug overdose in the Joshua Tree desert at the age of twenty-six. Known as the father of country rock, Parsons played with the International Submarine Band, The Byrds, and the Flying Burrito Brothers. In the late 1960s and early 70s, he was a key confidante of Keith Richards. In 1972, he gave Emmylou Harris her first big break. When Tom Petty re-formed his Florida garage band Mudcrutch, he invoked the name of Gram Parsons as an inspiration. Musicians as diverse as Elvis Costello, Dwight Yoakam, Ryan Adams, Patty Griffin, and Steve Earle have also paid homage to alt-country's patron saint. In Calling Me Home, Kealing traces the entire arc of Parsons's career, emphasising his Southern roots. Drawing on dozens of new interviews as well as rare letters and photographs provided by Parsons's family and legendary photojournalist Ted Polumbaum, Kealing has uncovered facts that even the most stalwart Parsons fans will find revealing. Travelling from Parsons' boyhood home in Waycross, Georgia, to the southern folk mecca of Coconut Grove, Florida, from the birthplace of outlaw country in Austin, Texas, to the Ryman auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee Kealing celebrates Parsons's timeless and transformative musical legacy.

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