Details about EMMYLOU HARRIS:QUARTER MOON IN A TEN CENT TOWN (1978) 2011 CDSee original listing
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Emmylou Harris - Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town (2004)
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1. Easy from Now On
2. Two More Bottles of Wine
3. To Daddy
4. My Songbird
5. Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight
6. Defying Gravity
7. I Ain't Living Long Like This
8. One Paper Kid
9. Green Rolling Hills
10. Burn That Candle
11. New Cut Road
12. LaCassine Special
Includes two previously unreleased bonus tracks.Emmylou Harris & The Hot Band: Emmylou Harris (vocals, acoustic guitar); Rodney Crowell (acoustic guitar); Albert Lee (electric guitar); Hank DeVito (pedal steel guitar); Glen D. Hardin (piano); Emory Gordy (bass); John Ware (drums).Additional personnel: Willie Nelson (vocals); Brian Ahern, James Burton (guitar); Mickey Raphael (harmonica); Ricky Skaggs (fiddle, viola); Rick Danko (fiddle); Garth Hudson (baritone saxophone, accordion); Fayssoux Starling, Nicolette Larson, Diane Brooks (background vocals).Recorded at the Enactron Truck, Beverly Hills, California. Originally released on Warner Bros. (3141).All of Emmylou Harris' albums from the '70s and early '80s are flawless gems. But if there is one that rises above the others, then QUARTER MOON IN A TEN CENT TOWN is that album. From song selection to performance and production, MOON is the perfect distillation of Harris' remarkable work during this period. A wonderful duet with Willie Nelson ("One Paper Kid") and guest appearances from Rick Danko, Garth Hudson, and harmonica wizard Mickey Raphael are what puts this album over the top.At the time of MOON's release, Harris sat atop the country world. She was the genre's most widely respected artist and one of its most popular personalities. Not surprisingly, MOON yielded three hits: Delbert McClinton's rocking "Two More Bottles of Wine," Carlene Carter's "Easy from Now On," and "To Daddy," Dolly Parton's chilling evocation of a loveless marriage. Other standout tracks include "Defying Gravity," "Green Rolling Hills," and the Cajun-inflected "Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight." But every track on this 1978 classic is a hands-down winner.
Tracks: Easy From Now On / Two More Bottles Of Wine / To Daddy / My Songbird / Leaving Louisiana In The Broad Daylight / Defying Gravity / I Ain't Living Long Like This / One Paper Kid (with Willie Nelson) / Green Rolling Hills / Burn That Candle.
Please Note: This 2011 CD re-issue of the 1978 album is part of an archive series from Warner Brothers Records, in conjunction with Rhino. The CD does not come in the standard 'jewel' case; the disc is in a quality card sleeve designed to replicate the original vinyl album sleeve.
Despite what it states in E-Bay's album info above there are no bonus tracks on this CD. The concept of the reissue series is to replicate the original album.