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Original Album Series album for sale by Linda Ronstadt was released Sep 11, 2012 on the Rhino (Label) label. This set combines five of Linda Ronstadt's albums for Asylum Records released between 1975 and 1980 and all produced by Peter Asher, 1975's Prisoner in Disguise, 1976's Hasten Down the Wind, 1977's Simple Dreams, 1978's Living in the U.S. A., and 1980's Mad Love, which means one gets Ronstadt's fine versions of Neil Young's "Love Is a Rose," Buddy Holly's "That'll Be the Day," Roy Orbison's "Blue Bayou," and many other covers done while she was at the peak of her radio success. ...See Full Description
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Original Album Series songs Joey, was considering buying this CD, love Linda Ronstadt, but sound quality is a MUST for the car and home. Thank you for the heads up, I will pass on this CD....
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Original Album Series album for sale I love Linda Ronstedís music. I have all of her great albums in the original packaging from the 1970ís. One thing that I have always loved is the outstanding sound quality of the original LPís.
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|CD Universe Part number||8797381|
|Release Date||Sep 11, 2012|
|Recording Time||176 minutes|
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Original Album Series buy CD music Track Listing of songs: DISC 1; I've Got To Walk That Lonesome Road; Roll On Jordan; Smooth Sailin'; I Just Teal Away And Pray; What Kind Of Church; Farmer And The Lord; Rainbow Of Love; At Calvary; Sweetest Words He Ever Said; I'm Gonna Serve The Lord Today; You Gotta Pay As Youu Go; If You Know The Lord; How Great Thou Art; DISC 2; Give The World A Smile; I'll Have A New Song; My Dearest Friend; Victory Road; I Believe; His Love; Wall Of Jerricho; Lord Give Us Victory; Thie Old Country ...
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Original Album Series songs Even while this compilation centers on a unified feeling -- a mostly calm aura spiced with a bit of kinetic rhythm and plenty of glistening ornamentation -- it also manages to thankfully bring a surprising amount of variety to the table as well. In short, everything here can be classified as down-tempo music, most of it involving ambient breakbeats and some sort of vocals. Yet as standard as that description may sound, this features a little bit of everything, from drum'n'bass (Hidden Agenda's "Vindication") to sunny yet smoked-out dub-reggae (Tikiman and Yoshino's "Gwaan So") to blissed-out hip-hop (Nextman's "My Way"). And there are even a few delightful surprises, such as Flying Saucer Attack's "She Is the Daylight," an ambient guitar-driven piece that, though a bit out of place, is no doubt an album highlight. For the most part, the best songs here are those produced by the more well-known artists such as DJ Food, Rae & Christian, and the aforementioned artists. And while there are few lackluster moments here and the album can admittedly drag a bit at times due to its sedate pace, that's simply the nature of this music. Otherwise, the album's wide range of styles is perhaps the only criticism worth noting, though this also happens to be one of the album's strengths, so even this may be a trivial point as well. ~ Jason Birchmeier
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Audio Mixers: Ingo Sanger; Steve Christian.