Last Date (Live) Emmylou Harris

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Album Veröffentlichung:
1982

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
24.09.2014

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  • 1I'm Movin' On03:04
  • 2It's Not Love (But It's Not Bad)02:49
  • 3So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad)03:20
  • 4Return Of The Grievous Angel03:50
  • 5Restless03:20
  • 6Racing In The Streets05:24
  • 7Long May You Run03:10
  • 8We'll Sweep Out The Ashes (In The Morning)02:50
  • 9Juanita03:06
  • 10Devil In Disguise03:10
  • 11(Lost His Love) On Our Last Date03:31
  • 12Buckaroo / Love's Gonna Live Here (Medley)03:50
  • Total Runtime41:24

Info zu Last Date (Live)

For 'Last Date', recorded in a series of California honky-tonks during 1982, Emmylou Harris set out specifically to cast her Hot Band as one of the world's great country outfits. Harris wanted to make an all-covers live album that would capture the spirit of honky-tonk as she saw it, and here she sings a variety of endearing country tunes revolving, not surprisingly, around love. Among the best are Don Everly's ballad, 'So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad),' Carl Perkins' bluegrass number, 'Restless,' Bruce Springsteen's novelistic 'Racing in the Street,' and Neil Young's country rocker/car anthem, 'Long May You Run.'

'Last Date' expresses Harris's vision of what country music should sound like; the public responded well to this concept. 'Last Date' stayed on the Billboard charts for thirty-two weeks in 1982, peaking at number nine.

'...Documents the powerhouse Harris was in concert early in her solo career. Backed by her famous Hot Band, she tears through stirring renditions [of songs]...while retaining the glory of the originals.' (CMJ)

'...Consistent throughout....[It] features the least-known incarnation of Harris' Hot Band...and captures a series of live dates in California clubs....Her first live album, it produced several hits...' (No Depression)

Emmylou Harris, vocals, guitar
Barry Tashian, vocals, guitar, banjo
Wayne Goodwin, guitar, mandolin, fiddle, saxophone
Frank Reckard, guitar, background vocals
Steve Fishell, pedal steel guitar, dobro
Mike Bowden, bass
John Ware, drums

Recorded live on tour in California in 1982
Produced by Brian Ahern

Digitally remastered


Emmylou Harris
one of America’s most loved and respected recording artists and her previous band mate Rodney Crowell return with their long-anticipated collaboration album 'Old Yellow Moon'.

During an extensive musical career, spanning over 40 years, Emmylou Harris has recorded more than 25 albums, sold over 15 million records worldwide, and collaborated with a wealth of fellow artists, including Bruce Springsteen, Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan, Neil Young and Mark Knopfler to name a few. Over the years Emmylou has received critical acclaim, lining her shelves with awards, including 12 Grammy Awards, 3 Country Music Awards, and a Golden Globe for Best Original Song - ‘A Love that Will Never Grow Old’ from the movie ‘Brokeback Mountain’. In February 2008, she was inducted to the Country Music Hall of Fame, and went on to release the studio album ‘All I Intended to Be’.

Crowell is a multi-Grammy-award winner whose songs have been recorded by Johnny Cash, Norah Jones, Etta James and Grateful Dead among others. His 1988 breakthrough Diamonds and Dirt, generated five #1 singles and a Grammy Award for the song “After All This Time.” This show brings together two of Country music’s legendary voices, Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell are undeniably two all-time greats.

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