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Title: COWGIRL'S PRAYER
Street Release Date: 09/28/1993
Emmylou Harris has aged more gracefully than any other country artist (with the exception of Willie Nelson). 1993's Cowgirl's Prayer showcases this maturity in a collection of songs that share wisdom, offer forgiveness, make amends, and explore spirituality. As always, Harris's voice is angelic and sad, her phrasing languid and lonesome. Lucinda Williams's "Crescent City" glows with tragic barroom neon while the classic "You Don't Know Me" takes on a deeper meaning, as if sung perhaps to an old friend or a lost relative? And while spoken-word delivery often falls flat, "Jerusalem Tomorrow" tells such a compelling story--and Harris's delivery is so knowing--that it haunts you long after it's over. --Alexandra Russell
I like this CD a lot. It has a nice variety of styles and, even though Harris strains on high notes, which I hope she'll fix, she has a very interesting voice. Read morePublished on February 7, 2013 by Linda French
It's Emmylou Harris. I would have a hard time saying anything negative about anything this lady does.
Lovin' You Again - Jerusalem Tomorrow, are a couple of my favorites.
This is one of Emmylou's best albums. It's definitly a "must have" for a fan of this amazing singer.Published on July 18, 2010 by Nevada Deb
One of Emmylou's best!!
Each and every song is just so wonderful.
Have listen to it for years!!! Just a
beautiful CD and highly recommend.
Just LOVE it!!
Not as good as usual but not bad considering her age. The instrumentation could have been better.Published on December 9, 2009 by Francis M. Morris
A direct hit again by Emmylou. A thoughtful and meditative album. Painful beautifully. One of my favorite albums besides Wreckin Ball.Published on October 15, 2009 by Arrow
EmmyLou Harris is a talented singer. Her voice has a great range and a lot of feeling, whether it's joy or saddness. Read morePublished on January 12, 2009 by S. Johnstone