Linda Ronstadt - Linda Ronstadt album flac
- Album: Linda Ronstadt
- FLAC: 1426 mb | MP3: 1683 mb
- Country: US
- Style: Country, Vocal, Ballad
- Rating: 4.3/5
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|A1||Rock Me On The Water
Acoustic Guitar – John BoylanArranged By, Electric Guitar – Glenn FreyBass Guitar – Mike BowdenDrums – Don HenleySteel Guitar – Sneaky Pete KleinowWritten-By – Jackson Browne
Arranged By – Linda RonstadtArranged By, Acoustic Guitar – John BoylanBacking Vocals – John David SoutherBass Guitar – Mike BowdenDrums – Don HenleyElectric Guitar – Richard BowdenFiddle – Gib GuilbeauSteel Guitar – Sneaky Pete KleinowWritten-By – Ralph Mooney
|A3||I Won't Be Hangin' Round
Backing Vocals – Diana Davidson, Merry Clayton, Miss OnaBass Guitar – David HoodDrums – Roger HawkinsGuitar – Tippy ArmstrongKeyboards – Barry BeckettSteel Guitar – Weldon MyrickWritten-By – Eric Kaz
|A4||I Still Miss Someone
Backing Vocals – Gib Guilbeau, John Martin*Bass Guitar – Wesley PritchettFiddle – Gib GuilbeauGuitar – Bernie Leadon, Herb PedersenMandolin – Dean Webb Written-By – Johnny Cash
|A5||In My Reply
Arranged By, Guitar – John BoylanBacking Vocals – Herb PedersenBass Guitar – Randy MeisnerDrums – Michael Botts*Guitar, Backing Vocals – Bernie LeadonSteel Guitar – Buddy EmmonsWritten-By – Livingston Taylor
|B1||I Fall To Pieces
Bass Guitar – Mike BowdenDrums – Don HenleyFiddle – Gib GuilbeauGuitar – Glenn Frey, John BoylanSteel Guitar – Sneaky Pete KleinowWritten-By – Hank Cochran, Harlan Howard
Arranged By – Linda RonstadtBanjo, Backing Vocals – Herb PedersenBass Guitar – Lyle RitzFiddle – Gib GuilbeauGuitar, Backing Vocals – Bernie LeadonHarmonica – Jimmie FaddenWritten-By – Alan Lomax, Huddie Ledbetter, Woody Guthrie
Backing Vocals – Randy MeisnerBass Guitar – Mike BowdenDrums, Backing Vocals – Don HenleyGuitar – Glenn Frey, John Boylan, John Martin*Steel Guitar – Sneaky Pete KleinowWritten-By – Neil Young
|B4||I Ain't Always Been Faithful
Arranged By, Guitar – John BoylanBass Guitar – Mike BowdenDrums, Backing Vocals – Don HenleyGuitar, Backing Vocals – Glenn FreySteel Guitar – Buddy EmmonsWritten-By – Eric Andersen
Backing Vocals – Randy MeisnerBass Guitar – Mike BowdenDrums, Backing Vocals – Don HenleyGuitar – John Martin*Guitar, Backing Vocals – Glenn FreySteel Guitar – Sneaky Pete KleinowTambourine – Linda RonstadtWritten-By – W.C. Smith*, R.Miner*
- Record Company – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Licensed To – Columbia House
- Licensed From – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Santa Maria
- Mastered At – Capitol Mastering
- Engineer, Mastered By, Mixed By – Mike Shields
- Producer – John Boylan
NotesRecorded at United & Western in Hollywood / Muscle Shoals Sound in Alabama / & Live at the Troubadour in L.A. by Wally Heider.
Columbia House club release on 1972+ orange labels. Columbia House release noted on label rim text and in fine print on bottom of back cover. Catalog number with "500" prefix is also an indicator of a Columbia House release.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label matrix side A): (SMAS 1-500635)
- Matrix / Runout (Label matrix side B): (SMAS 2-500635)
- Matrix / Runout (Run-out side A / etched [stamped]): SMA-635-A-1C  SXT C3 [ᴍᴀsᴛᴇʀᴇᴅ ʙʏ ᴄᴀᴘɪᴛᴏʟ] 1S
- Matrix / Runout (Run-out side B / etched [stamped]): SMA-635-B-1B SX C [ᴍᴀsᴛᴇʀᴇᴅ ʙʏ ᴄᴀᴘɪᴛᴏʟ] 1S
|SMAS 635||Linda Ronstadt||Linda Ronstadt (LP, Album, Jac)||Capitol Records||SMAS 635||US||1971|
|FA 3015||Linda Ronstadt||Linda Ronstadt (LP, Album, RE)||Fame||FA 3015||UK||Unknown|
|SN-16132||Linda Ronstadt||Linda Ronstadt (LP, Album, RE)||Capitol Records||SN-16132||Canada||Unknown|
|1C 062-81 072||Linda Ronstadt||Linda Ronstadt (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||1C 062-81 072||Germany||1972|
|EA-ST-635||Linda Ronstadt||Linda Ronstadt (LP, Album, Gat)||Capitol Records||EA-ST-635||UK||1972|
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