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Linda Ronstadt - Live In Hollywood album

Linda Ronstadt - Live In Hollywood album
  • Performer Linda Ronstadt
  • Title Live In Hollywood
  • Other formats VOC AU AHX DMF DXD MOD AIFF
  • Genre Other
  • Size MP3 1485 mb
  • Size FLAC 1658 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 663

Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). 1. 30. I Can't Let Go (Live at Television Center Studios, Hollywood, CA 4/24/1980). 2. It's so Easy (Live at Television Center Studios, Hollywood, CA 4/24/1980). The vocals on this Live album brings me back to that concert in particular. The sound on this CD is as clear as what I had heard back then in the fifth row. "Live In Hollywood" was recorded after the release of the "Mad Love" and before the "Get Closer" album. The album art work is reminiscent of the "Mad Love" album. The cd cover is a tri-fold with separate liner notes inside the front cover. This is superb packaging.

2019 Live at Television Center Studios, Hollywood, CA 4/24/1980. The Broadcast Archive. Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt.

It's so Easy (Live at Television Center Studios, Hollywood, CA 4/24/1980). 3. Willin' (Live at Television Center Studios, Hollywood, CA 4/24/1980). 4. Just One Look (Live at Television Center Studios, Hollywood, CA 4/24/1980). 5. Blue Bayou (Live at Television Center Studios, Hollywood, CA 4/24/1980). 6. Faithless Love (Live at Television Center Studios, Hollywood, CA 4/24/1980). 7. Hurt so Bad (Live at Television Center Studios, Hollywood, CA 4/24/1980).

Great sounding album. Linda and the band are in top form here. Reply Notify me Helpful. Linda really lets loose here, quite a bit more than on her studio albums. I only wish there were more songs.

Linda Ronstadt on New Live Album, Life With Parkinson’s and Modern Country Music. Singer, who retired in 2009, has released the new ‘Live in Hollywood,’ recorded in 1980. By. Stephen L. Betts. But with the recent discovery of audiotapes from a concert filmed for HBO in April 1980, Rhino Entertainment has released Live in Hollywood. The album documents, for the first time, Ronstadt’s thrilling live show, as she tears through full-throttle versions of Mad Love cuts as well as classic hits like It’s So Easy, Back in the . and a blistering You’re No Good, backed by a band that includes ace guitarists Edwards (who died in 2010) and Danny Kortchmar.

Linda Ronstadt singing at the Forum in Inglewood in May 1980, just weeks after she recorded a special for HBO from which the audio has been released on the new "Live in Hollywood" album. Gary Friedman, Los Angeles Times). The recent release of the first official live recording of Linda Ronstadt’s career, coming more than a decade after Parkinson’s disease forced her to abandon singing, is surprising on at least two fronts. For starters, this celebrated perfectionist is not a fan of live albums in general, much less any with her voice front and center. What audiences today hear on Live in Hollywood is exactly what Ronstadt sang into her microphone. It was very minor burnishing of the sound to bring it up to 21st century standards, Boylan said in a separate interview. It was mixed originally by Val Garay, so it was an excellent-sounding thing.

LIVE IN HOLLYWOOD features amazing performances from a concert that Ronstadt recorded in 1980 for her acclaimed HBO television special. Recorded on April 24, 1980 at Television Center Studios in Hollywood, and produced by John Boylan, the concert captures Ronstadt at the peak of her reign as America’s most popular female rock singer. In concert, she was joined by an outstanding band that included guitarists Kenny Edwards and Danny Kortchmar, drummer Russ Kunkel, bassist Bob Glaub, keyboardist.

It peaked at on Billboard's Pop Album Chart and on Billboard's Country Album Chart. It is considered to be a front-runner in the country rock music genre.

Center Studios, Hollywood, CA 4/24/1980) 6. Faithless Love (Live at Television Center Studios, Hollywood, CA 4/24/1980) 7. Hurt so Bad (Live at Television Center Studios, Hollywood, CA 4/24/1980) 8. Poor Poor Pitiful Me (Live at Television Center Studios, Hollywood, CA 4/24/1980) 9. You’re No Good (Live at Television Center Studios, Hollywood, CA. 4/24/1980) 10. How Do I Make You (Live at Television Center Studios, Hollywood, CA 4/24/1980) 11. Back in the .