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Emmylou Harris

Though other performers sold more records and earned greater fame, few had as profound an impact on contemporary music as Emmylou Harris. Blessed with a crystalline voice, a remarkable gift for phrasing, and a restless creative spirit, she traveled a singular artistic path, proudly carrying the torch of "cosmic American music" passed down by her mentor, Gram Parsons. With the exception of only Neil Young -- not surprisingly an occasional collaborator -- no other mainstream star established a similarly large body of work as consistently iconoclastic, eclectic, or daring; even more than four decades into her career, Harris' latter-day music remained as heartfelt, visionary, and vital as her earliest recordings.

Harris was born on April 2, 1947, to a military family stationed in Birmingham, Alabama. After spending much of her childhood in North Carolina, she moved to Woodbridge, Virginia while in her teens and graduated high school there as class valedictorian. After winning a dramatic scholarship to the University of North Carolina, she began to seriously study music, learning to play songs by Bob Dylan and Joan Baez. Soon, Harris was performing in a duo with fellow UNC student Mike Williams, eventually quitting school to move to New York, only to find the city's folk music community dying out in the wake of the psychedelic era.

Still, Harris remained in New York, traveling the Greenwich Village club circuit before becoming a regular at Gerdes Folk City, where she struck up friendships with fellow folkies Jerry Jeff Walker, David Bromberg, and Paul Siebel. After marrying songwriter Tom Slocum in 1969, she recorded her debut LP, 1970's Gliding Bird. Shortly after the record's release, however, Harris' label declared bankruptcy, and while pregnant with her first child, her marriage began to fall apart. After moving to Nashville, she and Slocum divorced, leaving Harris to raise daughter Hallie on her own. After several months of struggle and poverty, she moved back in with her parents, who had since bought a farm outside of Washington, D.C.

There she returned to performing, starting a trio with local musicians Gerry Mule and Tom Guidera. One evening in 1971, while playing at an area club called Clyde's, the trio performed to a crowd that included members of the country-rock pioneers the Flying Burrito Brothers. In the wake of the departure of Gram Parsons, the band's founder, the Burritos were led by ex-Byrd Chris Hillman, who was so impressed by Harris' talents that he considered inviting her to join the group. Instead, Hillman himself quit to join Stephen Stills' Manassas, but he recommended her to Parsons, who wanted a female vocalist to flesh out the sound of his solo work, a trailblazing fusion of country and rock & roll he dubbed "cosmic American music." Their connection was instant, and soon Harris was learning about country music and singing harmony on Parsons' solo debut, 1972's G.P. A tour with Parsons' backup unit, the Fallen Angels, followed, and in 1973 they returned to the studio to cut his landmark LP Grievous Angel.

On September 19, just weeks after the album sessions ended, Parsons' fondness for drugs and alcohol finally caught up to him, and he was found dead in a hotel room outside of the Joshua Tree National Monument in California. At the time, Harris was back in Washington, collecting her daughter for a planned move to the West Coast. Instead, she remained in D.C., reuniting with Tom Guidera to form the Angel Band. The group signed to Reprise and relocated to Los Angeles to begin work on Harris' major-label solo debut, 1975's acclaimed Pieces of the Sky, an impeccable collection made up largely of diverse covers ranging in origin from Merle Haggard to the Beatles. Produced by Brian Ahern, who would go on to helm Harris' next ten records -- as well as becoming her second husband -- Pieces of the Sky's second single, a rendition of the Louvin Brothers' "If I Could Only Win Your Love," became her first Top Five hit. "Light of the Stable," a Christmas single complete with backing vocals from Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt, and Neil Young, soon followed; Harris then repaid the favor by singing on Ronstadt's "The Sweetest Gift" and Young's "Star of Bethlehem."

For her second LP, 1976's Elite Hotel, Harris established a new backing unit, the Hot Band, which featured legendary Elvis Presley sidemen James Burton and Glen D. Hardin as well as a young songwriter named Rodney Crowell on backup vocals and rhythm guitar. The resulting album proved to be a smash, with covers of Buck Owens' "Together Again" and the Patsy Cline perennial "Sweet Dreams" both topping the charts. Before beginning sessions for her third effort, 1977's Luxury Liner, Harris guested on Bob Dylan's Desire and appeared in Martin Scorsese's documentary of the Band's legendary final performance, The Last Waltz. Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town followed in 1978, led by the single "Two More Bottles of Wine," her third number one. The record was Crowell's last with the Hot Band; one of the tracks, "Green Rolling Hills," included backing from Ricky Skaggs, soon to become Crowell's replacement as Harris' vocal partner.

Released in 1979, Blue Kentucky Girl was her most country-oriented work to date, an indication of what was to come a year later with Roses in the Snow, a full-fledged excursion into acoustic bluegrass. In the summer of 1980, a duet with Roy Orbison, "That Lovin' You Feelin' Again," hit the Top Ten; a yuletide LP, Light of the Stable, followed at the end of the year. Shortly afterward, Harris quit touring to focus on raising her second daughter, Meghann. Evangeline, a patchwork of songs left off of previous albums, appeared in 1981. Shortly afterward, Skaggs left the Hot Band to embark on a solo career; his replacement was Barry Tashian, a singer/songwriter best known for fronting the 1960s rock band the Remains.

In 1982, drummer John Ware, the final holdover from the first Hot Band lineup, left the group; at the same time, Harris' marriage to Ahern was also beginning to disintegrate. After 1981's Cimarron, Harris and the Hot Band cut a live album, Last Date, named in honor of the album's chart-topping single "(Lost His Love) On Our Last Date," a vocal version of the Floyd Cramer instrumental. Quickly, they returned to the studio to record White Shoes, Harris' final LP with Ahern at the helm. Her most far-ranging affair yet, it included covers of Donna Summer's "On the Radio," Johnny Ace's "Pledging My Love," and Sandy Denny's "Old-Fashioned Waltz."

After leaving Ahern, she and her children moved back to Nashville. There, Harris joined forces with singer/songwriter Paul Kennerley, on whose 1980 concept album, The Legend of Jesse James, she had sung backup. Together, they began formulating a record called The Ballad of Sally Rose, employing the pseudonym Harris often used on the road to veil what was otherwise a clearly autobiographical portrait of her own life. Though a commercial failure, the 1985 record proved pivotal in Harris' continued evolution as an artist and a risk-taker; it also marked another chapter in her personal life when she and Kennerley wed shortly after concluding their tour. Angel Band, a subtle acoustic collection of traditional country spirituals, followed, although the record was not issued until 1987, after the release of its immediate follow-up, Thirteen.

Harris, Dolly Parton, and Linda Ronstadt had first toyed with the idea of recording an album together as far back as 1977, only to watch the project falter in light of touring commitments and other red tape. Finally, in 1987, they issued Trio, a collection that proved to be Harris' best-selling album to date, generating the hits "To Know Him Is to Love Him" (a cover of the Phil Spector classic), "Telling Me Lies," and "Those Memories of You." The record's success spurred the 1990 release of Duets, a compilation of her earlier hits in conjunction with George Jones, Willie Nelson, Gram Parsons, and others. (In 1999, Harris would reunite with Parton and Ronstadt for a second collaborative album, Trio II, and the two albums and a number of unreleased tracks were later compiled into a box set, 2016's The Complete Trio Collection.) Fronting a new band, the Nash Ramblers, in 1992, Harris issued At the Ryman, a live set recorded at Nashville's legendary Ryman Auditorium, the former home of the Grand Ole Opry. At the time of the record's release, Harris was also serving a term as president of the Country Music Foundation.

In 1993, she ended her long association with Warner Bros./Reprise to move to Asylum Records, where she released Cowgirl's Prayer shortly after her separation from Paul Kennerley. Two years later, during a stage in her career when most performers retreat to the safety of rehashing their greatest hits again and again, Harris issued Wrecking Ball, perhaps her most adventuresome record to date. Produced by Daniel Lanois, the New Orleans-based artist best known for his atmospheric work with U2, Peter Gabriel, and Bob Dylan, Wrecking Ball was a hypnotic, staggeringly beautiful work comprised of songs ranging from the Neil Young-penned title track (which featured its writer on backing vocals) to Jimi Hendrix's "May This Be Love" and the talented newcomer Gillian Welch's "Orphan Girl."

A three-disc retrospective of her years with Warner Bros., Portraits, appeared in 1996, and in 1998 Harris resurfaced with Spyboy. Following the release of Trio II later that year, she and Ronstadt again reunited, this time minus Parton, for 1999's Western Wall: The Tucson Sessions. In 2000 Harris returned with Red Dirt Girl, her first album of original material in five years, featuring appearances from Bruce Springsteen, Patti Scialfa, Jill Cuniff, and Patty Griffin. She also made an appearance on the soundtrack for O Brother, Where Art Thou?, along with a number of traditional blues, country, and folk artists. In 2003, Harris released Stumble into Grace; two years later, she collaborated with Conor Oberst on I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning, as well as recording a version of "The Scarlet Tide" with Elvis Costello for the soundtrack to Cold Mountain. The retrospective The Very Best of Emmylou Harris: Heartaches & Highways was also released in 2005 on Rhino.

All the Roadrunning, a collection of songs written with Mark Knopfler over the course of seven years, was released in 2006. In 2007 Harris sang a duet with Anne Murray, which appeared on Murray's 2008 album Duets: Friends and Legends. The Brian Ahern-produced All I Intended to Be arrived in 2008 as well. Hard Bargain, Harris' 21st studio album, was released by Nonesuch early in 2011. Produced by Jay Joyce, the album featured the striking Harris originals "Darlin' Kate" (written for Kate McGarrigle) and "The Road" (written for Gram Parsons). She contributed vocals to three songs on the Nick Cave/Warren Ellis-composed score to the film Lawless, including "Cosmonaut" and "Fire in the Blood," as well as a reading of Townes Van Zandt's "Snake Song." Harris also recorded Old Yellow Moon, a duet album with songwriter Rodney Crowell, a reunited version of her Hot Band, and producer Brian Ahern, performing the work of songwriters they admired. The album was issued in February of 2013. The pair followed it with The Traveling Kind, produced by Joe Henry. A mirror image of its predecessor, it showcased the pair's writing in collaboration with Mary Carr, Cory Chisel, Will Jennings, and Larry Klein, among others, as well as covers of songs by Lucinda Williams and Amy Allison. Nonesuch released the album in May 2015. ~ Jason Ankeny
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Selected Discography


Track List: Hard Bargain

1. The Road

2. Home Sweet Home

3. My Name Is Emmett Till

4. Goodnight Old World

5. New Orleans

6. Big Black Dog

7. Lonely Girl

8. Hard Bargain

9. Six White Cadillacs

10. The Ship On His Arm

11. Darlin' Kate

12. Nobody

13. Cross Yourself


Track List: All I Intended To Be

1. Shores Of White Sand

2. Hold On

3. Moon Song

4. Broken Man's Lament

5. Gold

6. How She Could Sing The Wildwood

7. All That You Have Is Your Soul

8. Take That Ride

9. Old Five And Dimers Like Me

10. Kern River

11. Not Enough

12. Sailing Round The Room

13. Beyond The Great Divide


Track List: Songbird: Rare & Forgotten Gems

Disc 1

4. Coat Of Many Colors

5. For No One

6. Ooh Las Vegas

8. Tulsa Queen

9. My Songbird

10. Green Rolling Hills

13. Rough And Rocky

14. Jordan

15. Darkest Hour Is Just Before Dawn

16. Ashes By Now

17. How High The Moon

18. Spanish Johnny

19. The Last Cheaters Waltz

20. Racing In The Streets

21. Like An Old Fashioned Waltz

Disc 2

1. The Sweetheart Of The Rodeo

2. When I Was Yours

3. My Father's House

4. Bright Morning Stars

5. When He Calls

6. Lonely Street

7. Brand New Dance

8. Get Up John

9. If I Could Be There

10. Ballad Of A Runaway Horse

11. Going Back To Harlan

12. Sweet Old World

13. All My Tears

15. Bang The Drum Slowly

16. Boy From Tupelo

17. Lost Unto This World

18. Man Is An Island

19. Cup Of Kindness

Disc 3

14. Snake Song

15. Hobo's Lullaby

18. Juanita

19. She

20. Sin City

21. Wheels

Disc 4

5. Child Of Mine

6. Heaven Ain't Ready For You Yet

8. Mama's Hungry Eyes

10. Waltz Across Texas Tonight

Disc 5

Track List: The Very Best Of Emmylou Harris

2. Boulder To Birmingham

3. Making Believe

4. Pancho And Lefty

5. One Of These Days

6. (Lost His Love) On Our Last Date (Live)

7. Born To Run

8. Beneath Still Waters

9. If I Could Only Win Your Love

10. Together Again

13. Two More Bottles Of Wine

14. Wayfaring Stranger

15. Calling My Children Home (Live)

17. Orphan Girl

18. Michaelangelo

19. Here I Am

20. The Connection


Track List: Stumble Into Grace

1. Here I Am

2. I Will Dream

3. Little Bird

4. Time In Babylon

5. Can You Hear Me Now

6. Strong Hand

7. Jupiter Rising

8. O Evangeline

9. Plaisir d'Amour

10. Lost Unto This World

11. Cup Of Kindness


Track List: Red Dirt Girl

1. The Pearl

2. Michelangelo

3. I Don't Wanna Talk About It Now

4. Tragedy

5. Red Dirt Girl

6. My Baby Needs A Shepherd

7. Bang The Drum Slowly

8. J'ai Fait Tout

9. One Big Love

10. Hour of Gold

11. My Antonia (feat. Dave Matthews)

12. Boy From Tupelo


Track List: Wrecking Ball

1. Where Will I Be

2. Goodbye

3. All My Tears

4. Wrecking Ball

5. Goin' Back To Harlan

6. Deeper Well

7. Every Grain of Sand

8. Sweet Old World

9. May This Be Love

10. Orphan Girl

11. Blackhawk

12. Waltz Across Texas Tonight


Track List: Brand New Dance

1. Wheels Of Love

2. Tougher Than The Rest

3. In His World

4. Sweet Dreams Of You

5. Easy For You To Say

6. Rollin' And Ramblin' (The Death Of Hank Williams)

7. Better Off Without You

8. Never Be Anyone Else But You

9. Brand New Dance

10. Red Red Rose


Track List: Bluebird

1. Heaven Only Knows

2. You've Been On My Mind

3. Icy Blue Heart

4. Love Is

5. No Regrets

6. Lonely Street

7. Heatbreak Hill

8. I Still Miss Someone

9. A River For Him

10. If You Were A Bluebird


Track List: Profile 2 - The Best of Emmylou Harris

1. Blue Kentucky Girl

2. Wayfaring Stranger

3. Beneath Still Waters

4. Born To Run

5. Someone Like You

6. Mister Sandman

7. Pledging My Love

9. (Lost His Love) On Our Last Date (Live)

10. Save The Last Dance For Me


Track List: Roses In The Snow

1. Roses In The Snow

2. Wayfaring Stranger

3. Green Pastures

4. The Boxer

5. Darkest Hour Is Just Before Dawn

6. I'll Go Stepping Too

7. You're Learning

8. Jordan

9. Miss The Mississippi And You

10. Gold Watch And Chain


Track List: Profile: Best Of Emmylou Harris

1. One of These Days

2. Sweet Dreams (Live)

3. To Daddy

4. C'est La Vie

5. Making Believe

6. Easy From Now On

7. Together Again

8. If I Could Only Win Your Love

9. Too Far Gone

10. Two More Bottles Of Wine

11. Boulder To Birmingham

12. Hello Stranger


Track List: Quarter Moon In Ten Cent Town

1. Easy From Now On

2. Two More Bottles Of Wine

3. To Daddy

4. My Songbird

5. Leaving Louisiana In The Broad Daylight

6. Defying Gravity

9. Green Rolling Hills

10. Burn That Candle


Track List: Luxury Liner

1. Luxury Liner

2. Pancho & Lefty

3. Making Believe

4. You're Supposed To Be Feeling Good

5. I'll Be Your San Antone Rose

6. (You Never Can Tell) C'est La Vie

7. When I Stop Dreaming

8. Hello Stranger

9. She

10. Tulsa Queen

11. Me And Willie

12. Night Flyer


Track List: Elite Hotel

1. Amarillo

2. Together Again

3. Feelin' Single--Seein' Double

4. Sin City

5. One Of These Days

6. Till I Gain Control Again

7. Here, There and Everywhere

8. Ohh Las Vegas

9. Sweet Dreams (Live)

10. Jambalaya (live)

11. Satan's Jewel Crown

12. Wheels


Track List: Pieces Of The Sky

1. Bluebird Wine

2. Too Far Gone

3. If I Could Only Win Your Love

4. Boulder To Birmingham

5. Before Believing

6. Bottle Let Me Down

7. Sleepless Nights

8. Coat of Many Colors

9. For No One

10. Queen of the Silver Dollar


Track List: Kyrie (Single)

1. Kyrie (Feat. John Paul White)


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John Starling and Emmy Lou have always been MY favorite duo-so smooth-I 1st watched them in Bethesda @ Red Fox Inn-Emmy was sitting in with the Seldom Scene as she so often did:On Emmy's Elite Hotel- some of my Fav's are Return of the Greivous Angel;Sin City;and Satan's Jewel Crown! My gracious I was KO's from first time I heard LP-Wore out the Grooves!!!Jo h n ' s so Clean!He did Gram righteous!
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What ever man needs the day after Christmas humble feminine soothing reassurance The Mystique Love on. Lt
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Emmylou you have taken me thru sorrowful to lifting me up from 70s to 2016 what a lift. Thank you dearingling.
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95* and she gives me full body goose bumps. She had a hauntingly beautiful gifted voice. She lost her soul mate (Gram Parsons ) early on while they were both peaking .
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Emmylou I have loved your voice since the first time I heard it!!!!! You are sooo beautiful!!! ! !
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I love her music !!
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I wished you could have sung my kids to sleep
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I thought this would be a stretch for Emmy-but she really blends effortlessly as usual!
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Mark Knopfler played with some pretty cool well known women of women Rich Roll why is it changing my words anyways The Girl Who Played with Linda Ronstadt Dolly Parton Alison Krauss and that other girl that I just heard Miss Harris all good looking women by the way that comes from a hard rock and roll dude I still love women that are talented by the way how can I word it I would never be upset if a girl brought home more money and me and play guitar better than me by the way I'm single Jp in fla
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Emmylou Harris takes me back to the best time of life. ��
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I've loved that voice since I heard and then saw her in Denver some 45 years ago.
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Happy birthday! You are beautiful!
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Happy birthday. I love your voice.
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Her father was a USMC Pilot during the Korean War. His plane was shot down and he spent the final 16 months of that war as a POW.
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Not a big fan of her uneven vocals, but she has style and blows me away with her interpretati o n . Always had great backup up musicians!
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I'm so surprised that no one has ever suggested that Emmylou might team up with Nanci Griffith. Oh, I think I just did! Emmylou and Dolly and Linda had a great sound together, great harmonies, Angelic Voices! I really think that duets with Nanci G. would be just as amazing, they have very similar voices, fairly similar styles. It just seems like a natural course to follow. Please ladies, don't let too much time pass by. I'm on my knees, asking you to do this.
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And she always had top notch musicians backing her up!!!
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I'm so surprised that no one has ever suggested that Emmylou might team up with Nancy Griffith. Oh, I think I just did! Emmylou and Dolly and Linda had a great sound together, great harmonies, Angelic Voices! I really think that duets with Nancy G. would be just as amazing, they have very similar voices, fairly similar styles. It just seems like a natural course to follow. Please ladies, don't let too much time pass by. I'm on my knees, asking you to do this.
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I'm so surprised that no one has ever suggested the Emmylou might team up with Nancy Griffith. Oh, I think I just did! Emmylou and Dolly and Linda had a great sound together, great harmonies, Angelic Voices! I really think that duets with Nancy G. would be just as amazing, they have very similar voices, fairly similar styles. It just seems like a natural course to follow. Please ladies, don't let too much time pass by. I'm on my knees, asking you to do this.
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Songbird, Boulder to Birmingham, Sin City, Pancho and Lefty, One Paper Kid, Till I Gain Control Again, Easy From Now On, When I Stop Dreaming, Even Cowgirls Get the Blues, San Antone Rose, Luxury Liner, I was SPELLBOUND! She's so-o-o-o-o gorgeous!!!
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She covered Lennon and McCartney's, For No One. The Beatles version was good, though not their best. I can listen to it just fine. But she took the song and made it her own. And the way she performed it, tears me up inside. Of all my fave songs ever, it's the one and only song I can't listen to. And after 35 years, I still can't listen to it. I breakdown every time I try.
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Songbird, Boulder to Birmingham, Sin City, Pancho and Lefty, One Paper Kid, Till I Gain Control Again, Easy From Now On, When I Stop Dreaming, Even Cowgirls Get the Blues, San Antone Rose, Luxury Liner, I was SPELLBOUND! She' so-o-o-o-o gorgeous!!!
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An angelic voice!!!!
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She rocks the best !
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Emmylou... one of the all-time great female country voices, period.
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It seems like every song she does becomes the definitive version for me. I less than three her.
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Exceeded my expectations ! Recently caught her show at the Portland Zoo with Rodney Crowell-Zero dissappointm e n t - Tight set, well mixed, great set list. Rodney was no slacker- Thinking it broke into the top 10 of all my concerts.
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Never going to forget any of her songs, even if they had a mornfull sound
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Emmylou is the Van Gogh of our times. Precious beyond present contemplatio n .
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Simply the best !
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Emmylou Harris is a gr8 singer & song writer. She is so talented.
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Emmylou has tendered the finest emotions and the saddest memories with a beutiful voice
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Emmylou Harris is t5e best female singer I have ever hered
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I love you Emmy Lou!
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Always and forever my favorite....
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Sorry. I just can't like her or her music
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my best friend was a singer,picke r said Emmylou was speaker sex and I stand by that...she's got soul like no other and one gets lost in her sweet angel voice...wher e will we ever be without her? I am certain my friend is in Heaven singing Boulder to Birmingham tonite
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There's a pretty good Canadian artist, Eileen Jewell, very much in the vein of Emmylou Harris.
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Emmy Lou, I loved you before everyone else did. May you stay forever young. Thanks for the gift you have given those of us who are fortunate enough to have found you.
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I named my first car after you..
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I love you b Cruz your someone that sings beautiful. N I've seen you on video n if I could have kids today I would have a love one name emmylou I prom miss 4 ever your fan Diane mcfarland
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Emmylou Long May You Run!!!!!!
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My favorite female singer since 70's. Saw her when she was opening for Willie and they were both awesome!!
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I name a horse after you
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Where is the Album; Emmylou Harris & The silver bullet Band ???
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There's no one quite like her.
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Emmylou's greatest gift may be her ability to harmonize with absolutely ANYONE! She truly sounds great solo, or dueting with anybody. And yes, beautiful to boot!
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An American Treasure!
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she has the voice of an angel it's like hauntingly beautiful
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i love miss harris i think her music crawls into my soul and makes me warm and fuzzy tears roll down my face and my heart beats loud
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