Blue Kentucky Girl (Remastered)
Download links and information about Blue Kentucky Girl (Remastered) by Emmylou Harris. This album was released in 1979 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 39:49 minutes.
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|1.||Sister's Coming Home (featuring Tanya Tucker)||2:53|
|2.||Beneath Still Waters||3:42|
|3.||Rough and Rocky||3:52|
|5.||Save the Last Dance for Me||3:44|
|6.||Sorrow in the Wind (featuring Cheryl White, Sharon White)||3:29|
|7.||They'll Never Take His Love from Me||2:34|
|8.||Everytime You Leave (featuring Don Everly)||2:58|
|9.||Blue Kentucky Girl||3:20|
|10.||Even Cowgirls Get the Blues (featuring Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt)||3:55|
|11.||Cheatin' Is (featuring Glen Campbell)||2:28|
|12.||I Know an Ending When It Comes||2:51|
Emmylou Harris was hardly a country traditionalist. She’d apprenticed with pioneer country-rocker Gram Parsons and could just as effectively sing Beatles tunes as anything by Hank Williams. The 1970s saw a radical shift in the sound of country records as well. The countrypolitan sound engineered by Chet Atkins and Billy Sherrill was being further modernized by the upcoming “Urban Cowboy” phase that would usher in the ‘80s. Blue Kentucky Girl appeared in 1979, just as pop music was getting ready to re-embrace “country” music in a big way. Harris, however, was finding her country roots. The electric guitars still modulated with a rocker’s sense of tone, but Harris’ phrasing was becoming more chilling with each ballad. “Beneath Still Waters,” “Rough and Rocky,” Gram Parsons’ trademark “Hickory Wind” and Leon Payne’s “They’ll Never Take His Love from Me” (popularized by Hank Williams) remain among Harris’ finest performances. While her career was already in full swing, Harris was still only warming up.