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Trio II


Download links and information about Trio II by Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt, Emmylou Harris. This album was released in 1998 and it belongs to Rock, World Music, Country, Pop genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 37:30 minutes.

Artist: Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt, Emmylou Harris
Release date: 1998
Genre: Rock, World Music, Country, Pop
Tracks: 9
Duration: 37:30
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No. Title Length
1. Lover's Return 4:02
2. High Sierra 4:26
3. Do I Ever Cross Your Mind 3:17
4. After the Gold Rush 3:31
5. The Blue Train 5:03
6. I Feel the Blues Movin' In 4:31
7. You'll Never Be the Sun 4:44
8. He Rode All the Way to Texas 3:07
9. Feels Like Home 4:49



Widely agreed upon as technically perfect, this five-year-in-the-making collaboration among these Oprytown divas should be a diamond — or three diamonds: a Trio II tiara. But this album, for all its harmonic, sopranic vibrato perfection, is not a glassy ride across the entire lake. Let Linda Ronstadt covet the tracks for her own album projects as much as she reportedly had — Dolly Parton walks all over this record in true Dollywood fashion, with Emmylou Harris and Ronstadt chirping deliciously behind her. There are plenty of exceptions to this, as "Feels Like Home" is really Ronstadt's, and Harris treats "You'll Never Be the Sun" with crystal, bitter prayer-book reverence. Even contributing fiddles and pedal-steel guitars drop by to accompany Parton without a flaw. It isn't her fault her voice, as distinct as the rarest and loudest bird in a forest populated by rare and loud birds, outsculpts the tone and impact of any song she sings with others. She and the gals score a soaring version of the old Carter Family classic "Lover's Return" in a heartbreaking three-parter; the baffling choice to include a Parton-heavy Neil Young standard about the survival and solitude of the dope-drenched '60s, "After the Gold Rush," is, well, baffling. Parton changes his lyrics to say, "I felt like I could cry," instead of voicing the song's former urge to procure some mind-altering substances. In general, a gem along the beautiful lines of cubic zirconium, from the most well-intended and loving of real-deal songbird girlfriends.