== Later configurations ==
As Gram Parsons' influence and fame grew, so did interest in the Flying Burrito Brothers. This new-found popularity led to the release of [[Close Up the Honky Tonks]] in 1974, a double-LP compilation of album tracks, B-sides, and out-takes, followed by the re-creation of the band by Kleinow and Ethridge in 1975. [[Gib Guilbeau|Floyd "Gib" Gilbeau]], [[Joel Scott Hill]], and [[Gene Parsons]] (no relation to Gram) also joined the group, and the band released [[Flying Again]] that year. Ethridge was then replaced by [[Skip Battin]] for 1976's [[Airborne (The Flying Burrito Brothers album)|]], followed by an album of previously unreleased early material, [[Sleepless Nights (Gram Parsons album)|]]. The lineup continued to evolve for the rest of the 1970s with the band even releasing an album under the name while continuing to play shows as The Flying Burrito Brothers. In 1980, they had a country hit with a version of [[Merle Haggard|Merle Haggard's]] "White Line Fever" from their [[Live In Tokyo (Album)|]] live album of the previous year.