Linda Ronstadt Feels Like Home Album
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|Release information about the album|
Release Date: 11/01/1995
Tracks in Feels Like Home: The Waiting, Walk On, High Sierra, After the Gold Rush, The Blue Train, Feels Like Home, Teardrops Will Fall, Morning Blues, Women 'Cross the River, Lover's Return
Feels Like Home Album Tracklist:
- The Waiting Lyrics
- Walk On Lyrics
- High Sierra Lyrics
- After the Gold Rush Lyrics
- The Blue Train Lyrics
- Feels Like Home Lyrics
- Teardrops Will Fall Lyrics
- Morning Blues Lyrics
- Women 'Cross the River Lyrics
- Lover's Return Lyrics
A new appreciation | Reviewer: Jim H. | 11/12/10
I always liked Linda Ronstadt's music (at least what I heard on the radio), but I was never moved enough to listen to her albums in-depth. I picked up a copy of "Feels Like Home" at a flea market, popped it in the CD player and headed down the road. Wow! What a voice! What a talent! The first song was easily recognizable. Tom Petty's "The Waiting". I don't usually like to hear covers of hit songs, but this was a great job. Later on I was equally impressed with Linda's version of Neil Young's "After The Gold Rush". I really enjoy every song on this album, but two stand out above the rest. "The Blue Train" is a great song and Ms. Ronstadt sings it perfectly. When you hear it, you'll understand. The title song was written by Randy Newman. I don't know, but I always felt Mr. Newman's songs were good, but silly. "Feels Like Home" almost brings you to tears, both from joy and sadness. I keep the CD in the car and it gets played on almost every trip out of town. I put it in once with my 20 year-old daughter and my 17 year-old step-son in the car. They both love music and listened as they texted and talked, but all ceased when "The Blue Train" ran for a few seconds. So, do yourself a favor. Rediscover Linda Ronstadt with an earful of "Feels Like Home".
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