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Cowgirl's Prayer album for sale by Emmylou Harris was released Sep 28, 1993 on the Elektra (Label) label. You've got to know an album that opens with the line "I hear the clock a-tickin'" is going to demonstrate more than a passing interest in the process by which we grow older and, hopefully, wiser. COWGIRL'S PRAYER, Emmylou Harris' 17th studio album, presents its somber meditations on life and love in an appropriately lovely, quiet acoustic setting. The overall mood of this record is adult and reflective, but not melancholy. Cowgirl's Prayer CD music contains a single disc with 11 songs. ...See Full Description
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Emmylou Harris - Cowgirl's Prayer Album Track Listing
|1||Ways to Go|
|3||High Powered Love See All 2 |
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|4||You Don't Know Me |
|5||Prayer In Open D See All 5 |
|6||Crescent City |
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|7||Lovin' You Again |
|8||Jerusalem Tomorrow |
|9||Thanks To You |
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|10||I Hear a Call See All 2 |
|11||Ballad of a Runaway Horse See All 2|
Cowgirl's Prayer buy CD music Customer Reviews
||Emmylou good as ever.|
Emmylou is always a pleasure to listen to and to me this is great listening.
By bellrobca (Mountain View, CA USA)
||She does it again!|
Emmylou Harris is quite possibly the greatest artist who ever sang a note of music. She charts her own course and records the most intriguing music. Cowgirl's Prayer stands as a solid masterpiece with it's spiritual inflections and meditative feel. If you are new to Emmylou Harris, I recommend this disc alongside "The Ballad of Sally Rose" as introduction to her music. This album is excellent through and through!
By a reviewer (Ivanhoe, VA)
||Some of her best work|
"Cowgirl's Prayer", like so many of Emmylou's CD's, has a beginning and an end, a theme, a point of view -- almost a literary approach to the organization of its tracks. "Prayer in Open D", one of her best creations ever, ranks with "The Pearl" "Ballad of a Runaway Horse", a Leonard Cohen piece, also a kind of prayer, is brilliant as well. And she does an anguished "You Don't Know Me" better than it's ever been done by anybody as far as I know. This is not, except for the latter track, a "country" album -- it really is Emmylou setting out in what was in the early 90's, during the "Warner years", a new interpretive direction; something she has done with startling success several times since. I'd rate it among the top half-dozen of her albums for quality, musicality, and innovation.
By Jack McAlister (Greensboro, NC)
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