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Softly And Tenderly by Parton, Harris, And Ronstadt

This rendition of Softly And Tenderly from Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris, and Linda Ronstadt was never released.
I think it may have been for a third, uncompleted Trio album. 8 more words

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Do I Ever Cross Your Mind by Parton, Harris, and Ronstadt

I bought a download copy of The Complete Trio Collection, a remastered edition of Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris, and Linda Ronstadt’s albums Trio, Trio 2, and a whole bunch of unreleased tracks. 40 more words

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Music-Long Long Time By Linda Ronstadt

This song was selected from the Hermit Poet’s Music Collection.

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Long Long Time… 10 more words

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July 15: Happy Birthday Linda Ronstadt and Diane Kruger

Linda Ronstadt becomes the first repeat headliner in this series today as she turns 71.  An eleven-time Grammy winner and one of the must successful solo female vocalists ever, she began her career when she dropped out of Arizona State University and joined an old Arizona acquaintance in Los Angeles, becoming the lead singer of a folk-rock trio, the Stone Poneys.  1,266 more words

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Classic Rock Almanac July 15, 2017

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2010-Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry suffers minor injuries when his motorcycle is rear-ended near his Massachusetts home. The 2009 Ducati Monster 696 is struck by a car driven by 62-year-old Linda O’Brien. 454 more words

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'Different Drum' by Linda Ronstadt, covered by The Lemonheads - Magnificent Cover Version No. 27

The Lemonheads’ energetic, pop-grunge take on Different Drum now looks like a dry run for their hit version of that other AOR classic Mrs Robinson… 446 more words

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 "Aaron Neville & Linda Ronstadt - I Don't Know Much" 

Don’t Know Much” is a song written by Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil and Tom Snow. The original version of this song was recorded by Barry Mann in 1980 and was made famous when it was covered as a duet by Linda Ronstadt and Aaron Neville in 1989. 286 more words

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