Harris, Emmylou - Quarter Moon In A Ten Cent Town

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Factory Sealed 1979 Half-Speed Master With Very Early Non-Italic Lettering On Top Of Jacket And "Super High Fidelity" Sticker On The Outer Baggy. Pressed In Japan By JVC. “Quarter Moon In A Ten Cent Town Is A Transitional Effort That Bridges The Curveballs Of Emmylou Harris' Earliest Solo Work With The More Traditional Country Albums That Comprise The Bulk Of The Second Phase Of Her Career. For The First Time, She Covers No Gram Parsons Tunes Or Pop Music Chestnuts, Relying Instead On Newly Exited Hot Band Member Rodney Crowell For Two Songs ("Leaving Louisiana In The Broad Daylight" And "I Ain't Living Long Like This") And Dolly Parton For Another (The Devastating "To Daddy"); The Highlight Is A Gorgeous Cover Of Jesse Winchester's "Defying Gravity." Jason Ankeny, AMG.

Artist: Harris, Emmylou Title: Quarter Moon In A Ten Cent Town Genre: Country Type: Audiophile - LP Label: Mobile Fidelity Catalog ID: MFSL 1-015 Country: Japan Our ID: 81907
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