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Linda Ronstadt - I Can't Let Go FLAC album

Performer: Linda Ronstadt
Genre: Rock
Title: I Can't Let Go
Released: 1980
Style: Soft Rock, Pop Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1784 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1703 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1350 mb
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Mad Love is the tenth studio album by singer, songwriter and producer Linda Ronstadt, released in 1980. It debuted at on the Billboard album chart, a record at the time and a first for any female artist, and quickly became her seventh consecutive album to sell over one million copies. It was certified Platinum and nominated for a Grammy. The album contains versions of Elvis Costello's "Party Girl", "Girls Talk" and "Talking in the Dark" as well as Neil Young's "Look Out for My Love".

Get Closer is the eleventh studio album by singer, songwriter and producer Linda Ronstadt, released in 1982. Get Closer found Ronstadt returning to the genres that had resulted in her commercial and critical success throughout the 1970s, and working again with British musician and producer Peter Asher. The album contained two tracks originally recorded for but never included on previous albums.

Linda Ronstadt lyrics - 277 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Blue Bayou", "Don't Know Much", "Willin'". Mad Love Party Girl How Do I Make You I Can't Let Go Hurt So Bad Look Out For My Love Cost Of Love Justine Girls Talk Talking In The Dark. album: "Get Closer" (1982). Get Closer The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress I Knew You When Easy For You To Say People Gonna Talk Talk To Me Of Mendocino I Think It's Gonna Work Out Fine Mr. Radio Lies Tell Him Sometimes You Just Can't Win My Blue Tears. album: "What's New" (1983).

I Can't Let Go" was the album's third hit single. Ronstadt was named Billboard's Female Artist of 1980. This was her fourth time earning that honor. She was also named the year's top woman in 1975, 1977, and 1978. Linda was nominated for a Grammy Award in the Best Rock Vocal Performance Female category for the single "How Do I Make You". In the United Kingdom, this release peaked at In 2011, after 31 years, Mad Love was taken out of print.

Linda Ronstadt's generically titled four-CD, five-hour, 86-track box set retrospective attempts with considerable success to encompass the many types of music she's sung from the mid-'60s to the late '90s.

Linda Ronstadt: Live in Hollywood" is a terrific album, but it's one that might never have happened if not for a chance encounter at a hockey rink. The 12-track offering finds Ronstadt at the height of her vocal powers, recorded on April 24, 1980, at the Television Center Studios in Hollywood. The concert was originally filmed for an HBO special. Get more of our music coverage on Flipboard. com/watch?v IsEwBzfdMnk. The disc unfolds like a greatest hits package, as Ronstadt - who was just 33 at the time - illustrates exactly why she was vastly popular at the start of the ’80s. She was supporting Mad Love, which would go on to become the singer’s seventh consecutive platinum-selling album. Her vocals are strong, clear.

Ronstadt, Dolly Parton and Emmylou Harris famously collaborated on the Grammy-winning albums: Trio (1987) and Trio II (1999). On this collection, Ronstadt duets with Parton on I Will Never Marry and Harris on I Can’t Help It If I’m Still In Love You. I Can't Let Go (2015 Remastered Version).

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A I Can't Let Go
Written-By – Al Gorgoni, Chip Taylor
B Cost Of Love 2:38


  • Producer – Peter Asher