Linda Ronstadt - Prisoner in Disguise (1975) [NM/EX]
Asylum Records
Linda Ronstadt - Prisoner in Disguise (1975) [NM/EX]
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Catalog Number: 7E-1045

Vinyl plays nicely (play-tested). Gate-fold embossed cover looks great; light-scuffing (front/back). Inner-gate has no issues. Inner sleeve is original (generic white). Spine is easy-to-read, with mild-wear. Shelf-wear along top/bottom-edge and corners. Opening is crisp with signs of light use. (Not a cut-out.)

Prisoner In Disguise is Linda Ronstadt's sixth solo LP release and her second for the label Asylum Records. Ronstadt chose songs from friends and songwriters such as James Taylor, Lowell George of Little Feat, J. D. Souther and Anna McGarrigle as well as one written and originally recorded by Jimmy Cliff and a heartfelt interpretation of Dolly Parton's I Will Always Love You. The album features string arrangements by David Campbell. Among the guest musicians, Emmylou Harris joined Ronstadt on the standard The Sweetest Gift. The original vinyl album release was a gatefold design, and the center section featured a photo of various sheets with written lyrics to the songs, most of which were in the original songwriters' own handwriting. The album has been influential to the development of country music. For instance, Trisha Yearwood brought the album to her producer at the start of her career and said, “This is the kind of music that I want to make." Steve Simels in Stereo Review's December 1975 issue described Ronstadt's singing on Parton's I Will Always Love You as "absolutely gorgeous, full-bodied and intense". The album peaked on the Billboard album chart at #4. It also reached #2 on the country album chart, and has been certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America.

Love Is A Rose
Hey Mister, That's Me Up On The Jukebox
Roll Um Easy
Tracks Of My Tears
Prisoner In Disguise
Heat Wave
Many Rivers To Cross
The Sweetest Gift
You Tell Me That I'm Falling Down
I Will Always Love You
Silver Blue
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