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    protégé Emmylou Harris. Sessions for Safe at Home were completed in December 1967, with a possible release date of February 1968. However, Parsons abruptly left the group prior to the album's release in order to join The Byrds, who were busy recording their own country rock album, Sweetheart of the Rodeo. Parsons' departure upset Hazlewood and caused the release of Safe at Home to be delayed. Eventually released after the group had ceased to exist, the album was initially overshadowed by Parson's work with the Byrds, the Flying Burrito Brothers and his solo records.

    In the wake of Parsons' recognition as a country rock pioneer, Safe at Home grew in stature considerably. Discovered by fans lucky enough to find an original copy, the album was rightfully acknowledged as a classic. Now, Sundazed makes Safe at Home available to everyone through this stellar reissue. Sourced from the original analog LHI tapes, this edition includes an unreleased track from the original sessions, the Marty Roberts/Guy Mitchell hit "Knee Deep in the Blues," along with new liner notes by Sid Griffin.

    Also available on LP!

    Also available as a digital download on iTunes.

    Includes:

    Blue Eyes • I Must Be Somebody Else You’ve Known • A Satisfied Mind • Folsom Prison Blues, That’s All Right • Miller’s Cave • I Still Miss Someone • Luxury Liner • Strong Boy • Do You Know How It Feels To Be Lonesome? • Knee Deep In The Blues (previously unissued)