Elite Hotel Emmylou Harris

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Album Veröffentlichung:
1976

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
23.07.2015

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  • 1Amarillo03:07
  • 2Together Again04:01
  • 3Feelin' Single - Seein' Double02:37
  • 4Sin City04:02
  • 5One Of These Days03:08
  • 6Till I Gain Control Again05:37
  • 7Here, There And Everywhere03:47
  • 8Ooh Las Vegas03:45
  • 9Sweet Dreams04:08
  • 10Jambalaya03:12
  • 11Satan's Crown Jewel03:19
  • 12Wheels (with Jonathan Edwards)03:12
  • Total Runtime43:55

Info zu Elite Hotel

On her second album „Elite Hotel“, Emmylou Harris follows the blueprint she established with „Pieces Of The Sky“. She even draws songs from many of the same sources, going to the well one more time for songs by Rodney Crowell ('Till I Gain Control Again') and the Beatles ('Here, There, and Everywhere'). With guitar legend James Burton, pianist Bill Payne, and singer Linda Ronstadt among the returning guests, the supporting cast also echoes that of „Pieces Of The Sky“. Whereas that album only hinted at Harris' potential commercial success, however, „Elite Hotel“ delivers on the promise. With three top-five singles ('Together Again,' 'One of These Days,' and 'Sweet Dreams'), „Elite Hotel“ established Harris as one of country's premier artists.

„Elite Hotel“ goes further than Harris' previous album in acknowledging her debt to her mentor, country-rock avatar Gram Parsons. Three Parsons songs ('Sin City,' 'Wheels,' and 'Ooh Las Vegas') appear here, and other selections clearly reflect Parsons preferences (the Louvin Brothers' 'Satan's Jewel Crown' and Buck Owens' 'Together Again'). Harris does Parsons proud, maintaining his traditionalist musical vision while polishing his execution. In so doing, she accomplishes something Parsons never would have; Harris succeeds in reintroducing classic country to mainstream contemporary audiences.

„While Emmylou Harris spent much of her career carrying on the legacy of Gram Parsons, Elite Hotel ranks among her most overt tributes to his genius, thanks to its covers of the Flying Burrito Brothers' 'Sin City' and 'Wheels,' along with 'Ooh Las Vegas' from the Grievous Angel album. In addition to the usual eclectic mix of covers -- which includes the Beatles' 'Here, There and Everywhere' and Hank Williams' 'Jambalaya' this time out -- Elite Hotel offers renditions of the country perennials 'Together Again' and 'Sweet Dreams,' which were, respectively, Harris' first two number one chart hits.“ (Jason Ankeny, AMG)

Emmylou Harris, vocals, acoustic guitar
John Starling, acoustic guitar, background vocals
Rodney Crowell, acoustic guitar, background vocals
Bernie Leadon, acoustic guitar, background vocals
Rick Cunha, acoustic guitar
Brian Ahern, acoustic guitar
James Burton, electric guitar
Amos Garrett, electric guitar
Mike Auldridge, dobro
Herb Pedersen, banjo, background vocals
Byron Berline, mandolin, fiddle
Ricky Skaggs, fiddle
Mickey Raphael, harmonica
Jo-El Sonnier, accordion
Glen D. Hardin, piano, electric piano
Bill Payne, piano
Ron Tutt, drums
John Ware, drums
Emory Gordy, background vocals
Fayssoux Starling, background vocals
Dianne Brooks, background vocals
John Randall, background vocals
Linda Ronstadt, background vocals

Recorded June 1975 in The Enactron Truck, California
Engineered by Brian Ahern, Bradley Hartman, Rudy Hill, Stuart Taylor, Miles Wilkinson
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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