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Linda Ronstadt–Videos

Posted on October 4, 2009. Filed under: Art, Blogroll, Culture, Entertainment, liberty, Life, Links, Music, People, Raves, Video, Wisdom | Tags: , , , , , , |

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““The constant fear of a performer is to become what is reflected back at you.”

Johnny Cash and Linda Ronstadt-I Wll Never Marry

Linda Ronstadt – “New Hard Times” 1968 Live

Linda Ronstadt – “One For One” – Live from 1968

Linda Ronstadt – I Knew You When – Live

Linda Ronstadt – Long Long Time

Linda Ronstadt and Bobby Darin – Long Long Time


 

Linda Ronstadt – It Doesn’t Matter Anymore

Linda Ronstadt – It Doesn’t Matter Anymore

LINDA RONSTADT – Lovesick Blues (1970)

Linda Ronstadt – Tracks Of My Tears

Desperado – Linda Ronstadt

Love Has No Pride – Linda Ronstadt

Linda Ronstadt – You’re No Good

Linda Ronstadt – Silver Threads And Golden Needles (1976) Offenbach, Germany

Linda Ronstadt – Love Has No Pride (1976) Offenbach, Germany

Linda Ronstadt – Crazy (1976) Offenbach, Germany

Linda Ronstadt – Tracks Of My Tears (1976) Offenbach, Germany

Linda Ronstadt – Heat Wave (1976) Offenbach, Germany

Linda Ronstadt – Someone To Lay Down Beside Me (1976) Offenbach, Germany

Linda Ronstadt – The Tattler (1976) Offenbach, Germany

Linda Ronstadt – Willin’ (1976) Offenbach, Germany

Linda Ronstadt-Hasten Down The Wind

Linda Ronstadt – Lose Again

Linda Ronstadt – That’ll Be The Day (1976) Offenbach, Germany

Linda Ronstadt – Heart Like A Wheel (1976) Offenbach, Germany

Linda Ronstadt – Guess It Doesn’t Matter Anymore (1976) Offenbach, Germany

Linda Ronstadt : Love is a Rose (1977)

Linda Ronstadt – Tumbling Dice (1977 Atlanta)

LINDA RONSTADT – Blue Bayou (1977)

Linda Ronstadt & Nitty Gritty Dirt Band – Hey Goodlokin’

Jackson Browne,Linda Ronstadt with Eagles – Take It Easy

Linda Ronstadt & Hoy Axton – Lion in the Winter

Linda Ronstadt & Bonnie Raitt – Blowing Away

Linda Ronstadt – Fill My Eyes

Linda Ronstadt – First Cut is the Deepest

Linda Ronstadt – First Cut is the Deepest

Linda Ronstadt – Heatwave

Linda Ronstadt – That’ll Be The Day

Linda Ronstadt – Baby You’ve Been On My Mind

Linda Ronstadt – When Will I be Loved

Linda Ronstadt-Livin’ in the U.S.A.

Linda Ronstadt – Canciones de mi padre – La Rielera(railera)

Linda Ronstadt “Frenesi”

Linda Ronstadt “Entre Abismos”

Linda La Cigarra

Linda Los Laureles

Linda La Charreada

Linda Ronstadt – “What’s New”

Linda Ronstadt & Smokey Robinson – Medley

LINDA RONSTADT – “SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME”

Linda Ronstadt “Tell Him I Said Hello”

Linda Ronstadt “Tell Him I Said Hello”

Linda Ronstadt – Someday my prince will come

“The thing you have to be prepared for is that other people don’t always dream your dream.”

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Background Articles and Videos

Linda Ronstadt

“…Linda Ronstadt (born July 15, 1946) is an American popular music vocalist and entertainer whose vocal styles in a variety of genres have resonated with the general public over the course of her four-decade career. As a result, she has earned multiple Grammy Awards, two Academy of Country Music awards, an Emmy Award, an ALMA Award, numerous United States and internationally certified gold, platinum and multiplatinum albums, in addition to Tony Award and Golden Globe nominations.

A singer-songwriter and record producer, she is recognized as a definitive interpreter of songs.[1] Being one of music’s most versatile, and commercially successful female singers in U.S. history, she is recognized for her many public stages of self-reinvention and public incarnations.[2]

With a one time standing as the Queen of Rock[3][4] where she was bestowed the title of “highest paid woman in rock”,[5][6] and known as the First Lady of Rock, she has more recently emerged as music matriarch and international arts advocate.[7] Ronstadt has collaborated with more artists from a diverse spectrum of genres – including Billy Eckstine[8] , Frank Zappa, Rosemary Clooney, Flaco Jimenez, Phillip Glass, The Chieftains, Gram Parsons – than perhaps any popular music vocalist in modern U.S. history, lending her voice to over 120 albums around the world.[9]

In total, she has released over 30 solo albums, more than 15 compilations or greatest hits albums. Ronstadt has charted thirty-eight Billboard Hot 100 singles, twenty-one of which have reached the top 40, ten of which have reached the top 10, three peaking at No. 2, the No. 1 hit, “You’re No Good.” In the UK, her single “Blue Bayou” reached the UK Top 40[10] and the duet with Aaron Neville, “Don’t Know Much”, peaked at #2 in November 1989.[11] In addition, she has charted thirty-six albums, ten Top 10 albums, and three No. 1 albums on the Billboard 200 Pop Album Charts. …”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linda_Ronstadt

Linda Ronstadt Johnny Carson Chat

Linda Ronstadt 2004 Interview Part One

Linda Ronstadt 2004 Interview Part Two

Linda Ronstadt interview / profile – part 1

Linda Ronstadt interview / profile – part 2

 

Linda Ronstadt: The Regis Interview

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The Byrds–Videos

Posted on October 4, 2009. Filed under: Blogroll, Communications, Culture, Entertainment, Law, liberty, Life, Links, Music, People, Quotations, Raves, Video, Wisdom | Tags: , , , , |

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“I always got a kick out of it when they called it the California Sound because it really came out of Liverpool and Greenwich Village.”

~Roger McGuinn

The Byrds – Turn! Turn! Turn!

The Byrds-“All I Really Want To Do”-8/5/65

The Byrds – Chimes Of Freedom Live

Byrds – I’ll Feel A Whole Lot Better

The Byrds (Monterey Pop Festival 1967) – Hey Joe

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The Byrds-“Set You Free This Time”-2/19/66

The Byrds-“Mr. Spaceman”-10/22/67

The Byrds – Satisfied Mind

The Byrds-“You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere”-6/2069

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The Byrds – Ballad Of Easy Rider

The Byrds-“So You Want To Be A Rock N’ Roll Star”-2/2/73

The Byrds – Chestnut Mare

The Byrds-“Jesus Is Just Alright”-9/23/70

The Byrds-“Old Blue”-6/28/1970

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The Byrds-“Eight Miles High”

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 “I think what makes the Byrds stand up all these years is the basis in folk music. Folk music, being a timeless art form, is the foundation of the Byrds. We were all from a folk background. We considered ourselves folk singers even when we strapped on electric instruments and dabbled in different things.”

~Roger McGuinn

Byrds

Background Articles and Videos

Roger McGuinn Blog

http://rogermcguinn.blogspot.com/

The Byrds

“…The Byrds were an American rock and roll band. Formed in Los Angeles, California in 1964, The Byrds underwent several personnel changes, with frontman Roger McGuinn remaining the sole consistent member until the group’s disbandment in 1973.

Their trademark songs include covers of Bob Dylan’s “Mr. Tambourine Man” and “My Back Pages”, Pete Seeger’s “Turn! Turn! Turn!” and Carole King’s “Goin’ Back”, as well as the originals “I’ll Feel a Whole Lot Better”, “Eight Miles High”, “So You Want to Be a Rock ‘n’ Roll Star”.

The Byrds were popular and influential during the mid-1960s and into the early 1970s. Initially, the band played folk rock, melding influences such as the British Invasion sound, contemporary folk and pop music. Later they expanded their sound into such sub-genres as space rock, psychedelic rock and, on their 1968 album Sweetheart of the Rodeo, country rock.

During 1991 they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In 2004 Rolling Stone Magazine ranked them #45 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.[1]

…”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Byrds

The Byrds

“…The Byrds, led by Roger McGuinn, pioneered folk rock and later country rock. With their high harmonies, ringing guitars, and obsession with studio technique, the Byrds also became the sonic model for many rock bands, including the Eagles, Tom Petty, and the latter-day Fleetwood Mac.

The band was formed in summer 1964 as the Jet Set and toyed with the name Beefeaters before settling on the Byrds, misspelled à la the Beatles. A few months later, the Byrds were touted as “L.A.’s answer to London.” After signing with Columbia in November 1964 they recorded demos released years later as Preflyte. In January 1965 they met Bob Dylan who provided their first hit, the #1 “Mr. Tambourine Man.” The single had Dylan’s lyrics, a guitar hook, chorus harmonies, and a rock rhythm section: folk rock. Mr. Tambourine Man, released in June 1965, went to #6.

In 1966 the Byrds had a major hit with the anthemic “Turn! Turn! Turn!” – a Bible passage set to music by Pete Seeger. But the Byrds failed to achieve such commercial success for the rest of their existence. By the time Fifth Dimension was released in summer 1966, Gene Clark had left to embark on a solo career. His departure, plus their somewhat avant-garde LP, marked the start of the Byrds’ “space rock” phase. The hit single “Eight Miles High” (#14, 1966) from Fifth Dimension solidified their new style. It was also one of the first records to be widely banned because of supposedly drug-oriented lyrics. …”

http://www.rollingstone.com/artists/thebyrds/biography

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