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I Never Will Marry - Linda Ronstadt - Simple Dreams (CD, Album)

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  1. Simple Dreams Linda Ronstadt Rock · Preview SONG TIME It's So Easy Carmelita. 2. PREVIEW Simple Man, Simple Dream. 3. PREVIEW Sorrow Lives Here. 4. PREVIEW I Never Will Marry (with Dolly Parton) Linda Ronstadt with Dolly Parton. 5.
  2. Simple Dreams Album Cover Art Linda Ronstadt 5 I Never Will Marry. length: producer: Peter Asher lead vocals: Linda Ronstadt mixer: Val Garay recording engineer: Val Garay arranger: Linda Ronstadt acoustic guitar: Waddy Wachtel and Linda Ronstadt dobro: Mike Auldridge.
  3. I Never Will Marry Lyrics: They say that love's a gentle thing / But it's only brought me pain / For the only man I ever loved / Has gone on the morning train / I never will marry / I'll be no man.
  4. Simple Dreams is perhaps Ronstadt's most adventurous rock-oriented album, and, with the exception of the drum sounds, which indelibly identify this as a product of the '70s, it still works/5().
  5. Linda Ronstadt’s ‘Simple Dreams’ is returning to CD, digital and, most importantly, Vinyl with a bonus 7″ on September 15th Here’s the press release with all the info. Linda Ronstadt released one of the most successful albums of her ground-breaking career in with the Grammy-winning Billboard #1 smash ‘Simple Dreams’.
  6. Simple Dreams Linda Ronstadt. Released I Never Will Marry (Ft. Dolly Parton) Lyrics. K More Linda Ronstadt albums.
  7. Simple Dreams released August Produced by Peter Asher songs: It's So Easy [Buddy Holly- Norman Petty] Carmelita [Warren Zevon] Simple Man, Simple Dream [J D Souther] Sorrow Lives Here [Eric Kaz] I Never Will Marry [Traditional arranged by Linda Ronstadt] Blue Bayou [Roy Orbison- Joe Melson] Poor Poor Pitiful Me [Warren Zevon] Maybe I'm Right [Robert Wachtel] Tumbling Dice [Mick .
  8. Simple Dreams could have used more rockers like the second side’s “Tumbling Dice” and Zevon’s “Poor Poor Pitiful Me.” Both are strongly male, and Ronstadt’s substitution of a female.

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