Linda Ronstadt Just One LookLinda Ronstadt has had a remarkable career in Rock and Roll, if only for a short time.  She began with a stint with Stone Poneys, and surfaced brighty with the band’s “Different Drum”. By 1969, she was in a solo career in Country music. In 1973, she left Capitol Records and signed with Asylum. From there, it was a rise that began with her 1974 Number One album buoyed by “You’re No Good”. That song broke her into mainstream radio. Afterwards, she would chart a series of successful albums, generating a large batch of hits, many of which arrived within a three year period.

Linda Ronstadt remained successful in several styles of pursued music throughout her long career. But if you ask anyone, it’s generally the nice batch of tracks that occurred between 1974 and 1978 that most will recount effortlessly.

On August 21, Elektra and Asylum will provide an in depth review of her music in a 2CD collection called Just One Look: The Very Best of Linda Ronstadt. This new set will feature 30 tracks, all newly remastered for this collection.

01. Different Drum
02. Love Has No Pride
03. Desperado
04. Willin’
05. I Can’t Help It (If I’m Still In Love With You)
06. You’re No Good
07. Tracks Of My Tears
08. Heat Wave
09. Someone To Lay Down Beside Me
10. Crazy
11. Blue Bayou
12. Poor Poor Pitiful Me
13. It’s So Easy
14. Tumbling Dice
15. I Never Will Marry

01. Just One Look
02. How Do I Make You
03. Hurt So Bad
04. I Can’t Let Go
05. Get Closer
06. I Knew You When
07. Sometimes You Just Can’t Win
08. Lies
09. Tell Him
10. When Something Is Wrong With My Baby (with Aaron Neville)
11. Don’t Know Much (feat. Aaron Neville)
12. Winter Light
13. A River For Him
14. Heartbeats Accelerating
15. Anyone Who Had A Heart

By MARowe