Linda Ronstadt - How Do I Make You album FLAC
How Do I Make You" was a Top 10 hit song composed by Billy Steinberg and recorded by Linda Ronstadt in 1980. Steinberg stated that he was "a little bit influenced" by the Knack hit "My Sharona" in writing "How Do I Make Yo. He originally recorded the song with his band Billy Thermal as one of several demos produced while the band was signed to Planet Records. The label ultimately did not release these songs.
Linda Marie Ronstadt (born July 15, 1946 in Tucson, Arizona) is an American singer most closely associated with the country rock genre prevalent in the 1970s. Though an occasional songwriter herself, she is better known as an interpreter of other songwriters' works. Her career began in 1967 with the release of folk-rock group The Stone Poneys' self-titled album. After the break-up of the Stone Poneys, Linda entered the country music field. Linda Marie Ronstadt (born July 15, 1946 in Tucson, Arizona) is an American singer most closely associated with the country rock genre prevalent in the 1970s.
Duets is a compilation album by Linda Ronstadt. It was released on the Rhino Records label in April 2014, a few days before Ronstadt's induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. The album peaked at number 32 on the Billboard album chart - Ronstadt's highest charting album in 24 years. The album had Top 10 hits in the United States with the frenetic "How Do I Make You" and the achingly pleading "Hurt So Bad". I Can't Let Go" was the album's third hit single. Ronstadt was named Billboard's Female Artist of 1980. This was her fourth time earning that honor. She was also named the year's top woman in 1975, 1977, and 1978. Linda was nominated for a Grammy Award in the Best Rock Vocal Performance Female category for the single "How Do I Make You"
How Do I Make You. I Can’t Let Go. What’s New (1983). Linda Maria Ronstadt (born July 15, 1946) is an American popular music and country music singer. She has earned 11 Grammy Awards, three American Music Awards, two Academy of Country Music awards, an Emmy Award, and an ALMA Award, and many of her albums have been certified gold, platinum or multiplatinum in the United States and internationally.
Linda Ronstadt’s extraordinary genre-hopping career encompassed more than two dozen studio LPs and several greatest-hits compilations but one format that had been missing from her discography until now was a live album.
Linda Ronstadt: Live in Hollywood" is a terrific album, but it's one that might never have happened if not for a chance encounter at a hockey rink. Linda Ronstadt: Live in Hollywood is indeed an important historical document, one that fans should feel grateful for getting the chance to hear in 2019. As it turns out, the album almost didn’t happen. John Boylan, the album’s producer, said that the master tapes couldn’t be located. But, then, a chance encounter with a Warner Bros audio engineer at - of all pages - a hockey rink led to the discovery of the tapes. I have no way of calculating the odds of finding the lost tapes through a chance encounter at a hockey practice, but they must be astronomical - like winning the lottery, Boylan. Poor Poor Pitiful Me. You’re No Good.
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|A||How Do I Make You
Written-By – Billy Steinberg
Arranged By – Linda Ronstadt
- Marketed By – WEA Records B.V.
- Distributed By – WEA Records B.V.
- Producer – Peter Asher
- Recorded By – Val Garay
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|E-46602||Linda Ronstadt||How Do I Make You / Rambler Gambler (7", Spe)||Asylum Records||E-46602||US||1980|
|P 540Y||Linda Ronstadt||How Do I Make You / Rambler Gambler (7")||Asylum Records||P 540Y||Japan||1980|
|E-46602||Linda Ronstadt||How Do I Make You (7", Mono, Promo)||Asylum Records||E-46602||US||1980|
|12 419||Linda Ronstadt||How Do I Make You / Rambler Gambler (7", Single)||Asylum Records||12 419||France||1980|
|AS 12 419||Linda Ronstadt||How Do I Make You (7", Single)||Asylum Records||AS 12 419||Germany||1980|