Linda Ronstadt - Classic Linda Ronstadt: Just One Look [3LP] TRIPLE VINYL-SEALED


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Just One Look Highlights The Extraordinary Singer's Best-Loved Songs With A 30-Track, 3LP Collection That Spans Nearly Three Decades!

Before her induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last year, Linda Ronstadt was already one of the most successful female recording artists in history. Her incomparable voice has graced dozens of hits, she's sold more than 100 million albums, won countless industry awards (including 11 Grammys) and is among the best-selling artists of all time.

Rhino looks back on the singer's extraordinary career with a new double-disc retrospective that brings together many of her unforgettable recordings, including the #1 US smash, "You're No Good."

The 30-track collection spans 26 years and features selections from 11 studio albums, including her first hit, "Different Drum." The song, which was written by Mike Nesmith of The Monkees, came out in 1967 on the second album from Ronstadt's short-lived folk-rock trio, The Stone Poneys.

The first disc retraces the groundbreaking singer's rise to fame during the 1970s with songs like: "Love Has No Pride" from 1973's 'Don't Cry Now;' "You're No Good" from her Grammy-winning 1974 breakthrough 'Heart Like A Wheel;' "Heat Wave" from 1975's 'Prisoner In Disguise;' "Crazy" from 1976's 'Hasten Down The Wind;' and "Blue Bayou" from her 1977 Grammy-winning release 'Simple Dreams.'

The hits continue on the second disc, which opens with the collection's title track, "Just One Look," from Ronstadt's album, 1978's 'Living In The USA.' Selections from four more albums are also featured: "Hurts So Bad" from the 1980's 'Mad Love;' the title track from 1982's 'Get Closer;' her extraordinary duet with Aaron Neville on the ARIA #1 single release "Don't Know Much" from 1989's 'Cry Like A Rainstorm, Howl Like The Wind;' and "Heartbeats Accelerating" from 1993's acclaimed 'Winter Light.'

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."