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Emmylou Harris

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John Denver & Emmylou Harris  Wild Montana Skies   buy on itunes
Emmylou Harris & Mark Knopfler  Lost on the River   buy on itunes
Emmylou Harris  In My Dreams   buy on itunes
Emmylou Harris  Heartbreak Hill   buy on itunes
Emmylou Harris  (Lost His Love) On Our Last Date   buy on itunes
Emmylou Harris  Before Believing   buy on itunes
Emmylou Harris  Calling My Children Home (Live At the Ryman)   buy on itunes
Bob Dylan  Oh, Sister   buy on itunes
Neil Young  Star of Bethlehem   buy on itunes
Linda Ronstadt  The Sweetest Gift   buy on itunes
Willie Nelson & Emmylou Harris  Angel Eyes   buy on itunes
Mark Knopfler And Emmylou Harris  Right Now   buy on itunes
Elvis Costello & The Imposters  Heart Shaped Bruise   buy on itunes
Gram Parsons  We'll Sweep Out the Ashes In the Morning   buy on itunes
Emmylou Harris  Child of Mine   buy on itunes
Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris & Linda Ronstadt  The Pain of Loving You   buy on itunes
Emmylou Harris  Heaven Only Knows   buy on itunes
Emmylou Harris  If You Were a Bluebird   buy on itunes
Emmylou Harris  Someone Like You   buy on itunes
Emmylou Harris  Strong Hand (Just One Miracle)   buy on itunes
Emmylou Harris, Sharon White & Cheryl White  Sorrow in the Wind   buy on itunes
Gram Parsons  Hearts On Fire   buy on itunes
Linda Ronstadt & Emmylou Harris  1917   buy on itunes
Tammy Wynette  Beneath a Painted Sky   buy on itunes
Ryan Adams  Oh My Sweet Carolina   buy on itunes

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Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris’s outlaw-and-angel duets on tunes like the cheaters’ confession “We’ll Sweep Out the Ashes In the Morning” offered a new idea of how country music could work. Ever since, Emmylou has been, quite possibly, the most in-demand singing partner in America. Not only has she lent her heavenly harmonies to Bob Dylan’s road-weary plea for compassion “Oh, Sister” and Neil Young’s salvation-seeking “Star of Bethlehem,” but she’s also given a leg up to next-gen Americana hero Ryan Adams, adding a silvery gleam to “Oh My Sweet Carolina,” from his head-turning solo debut.
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