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WHERE IS 'RAMBLER GAMBLER,' THE FLIP SIDE TO,
By A Customer
This review is from: Linda Ronstadt (Audio CD)
the "How Do I Make You" single? And come to think of it, where is "Lago Azul," the Spanish language version of "Blue Bayou"? I already own most of this collection in one format or another -- LP, cassette, 8-track tapes. For me, as I suspect it will be for other die-hard Ronstadt fans, it is Disc #4 that is the most interesting, since this is the disc containing the most previously unreleased material. I imagine that that it is an enormously ambitious undertaking to put together a box set that does justice to such an eclectic career as Linda Ronstadt's, and this one pretty much does the job. It's all here: the hits, the forays into other genres & languages, the duets & the movie themes. Please don't retire, Linda!
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Initial post: Aug 16, 2008 9:33:24 PM PDT
I would have liked "Lago Azul," too.
Posted on Dec 13, 2008 10:21:43 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Dec 13, 2008 10:28:10 PM PST
...and also tracks that were never issued on the 2006 remaster double disc featuring her first four solo albums plus a handful of bonus tracks, "The Best Of Linda Ronstadt: The Capitol Years", such as "SHE'S A VERY LOVELY WOMAN" & "CARNIVAL BEAR", plus a couple other movie soundtrack rarities from her early solo Capitol era that have been out of print since soon after their initial release.
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