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The Ballad of Sally Rose
1. Ballad of Sally Rose, The
2. Rhythm Guitar
3. I Think I Love Him / You Are My Flower
4. Heart to Heart
5. Woman Walk the Line
6. Bad News
8. Long Tall Sally Rose
9. White Line
10. Diamond in My Crown
11. Sweetheart of the Rodeo, The
12. K-S-O-S Medley: Ring Of Fire / Wildwood Flower / Six Days On The Road
13. Sweet Chariot
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 25205
Emmylou Harris; Paul Kennerley
Donivan Cowart; Keith Odle; Tom Harding
Personnel: Emmylou Harris (vocals, acoustic guitar); Hank DeVito (acoustic & electric guitars, pedal steel guitar, dobro); Paul Kennerley (acoustic & electric guitars); Barry Tashian, Bobby Thompson (acoustic guitar, banjo); Emory Gordy, Jr. (acoustic guitar, bass); Albert Lee (guitar, mandolin); Vince Gill (electric guitar, background vocals); Ray Flacke (electric guitar); Philip Donelly (electric slide guitar); Waylon Jennings (guitar); Buddy Spicher (fiddle); Steve Cash, Gary Scruggs (harmonica); Bessyl Duhon (accordion); Shane Keister, John Jarvis (keyboards); Larrie Londin (drums, percussion); Russ Kunkel (drums); Tom Roady (percussion); Gail Davies, Barbara Cowart, Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt (background vocals).
Recorded at Treasure Isle Studios, Nashville, Tennessee.
Personnel: Emmylou Harris (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, background vocals); Albert Lee (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, mandolin); Vince Gill (vocals, guitar, electric guitar, background vocals); Waylon Jennings (vocals, electric guitar); Dolly Parton, Gail Davies, Barbara Cowart, Linda Ronstadt (vocals, background vocals); Barry & Holly Tashian (vocals); Paul Kennerley (guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Bobby Thompson (guitar, acoustic guitar, banjo); Ray Flacke (guitar, electric guitar); Philip Donnelly (guitar); Hank DeVito (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, steel guitar, dobro); Emory Gordy, Barry Tashian (acoustic guitar); Buddy Spicher (violin, fiddle); Gary Scruggs, Steve Cash (harmonica); Bessyl Duhon (accordion); Shane Keister, John Jarvis (keyboards); Larrie Londin (drums, percussion); Russ Kunkel (drums); Tom Roady (percussion).
Recording information: Treasure Isle Studios, Nashville, TN.
Illustrator: Dianne OQuinn Burke.
Photographer: Aaron Rapoport.
This is one of the most intriguing albums of Emmylou Harris' career, and that is saying a lot. It marked the first album where she wrote or co-wrote all the songs, and the strength of the songwriting makes one wonder why she had never attempted it before. One can tell that this album is truly a labor of love, as it is a semi-autobiographical concept album that she also co-produced. It tells the story of a girl from a small town who gets taken under the wing of singer that takes her (and her angelic voice) out on the road. (The story mirrors her relationship with Gram Parsons, although it is a fictional account of the life of another woman.) As a concept album, it only partly holds together; one must read the liner notes to get a true feeling for the story. However, Emmylou Harris sounds particularly inspired, and the songs themselves are strong both musically and lyrically. As expected, she truly shines on the slower ballads such as "Diamond in My Crown" and the closer "Sweet Chariot." While not essential for casual fans, it is an interesting album worth tracking down for Emmylou Harris fans. ~ Vik Iyengar
Mojo (Publisher) (12/00, p.41) - "...Lucid, tough songs..."
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