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This album introduced the world-at-large to a new kind of country queen. Emmylou had already earned progressive-country cred as Gram Parsons’ duet partner, but her first real solo flight proved that she had a feel for classic country too. Her otherworldly quaver is just as goose bump-inducing when she’s redefining tunes such as “Sweet Dreams” and Hank Williams’ “Jambalaya” as it is on her versions of Parsons’ ominous “Sin City” and Rodney Crowell’s heartbreaking ballad “Till I Gain Control Again.”

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An American Classic- both The Singer and The Songs

I first bought this albumn after hearing Together Again on WFAA-Dallas radio while an art major at a college in Oklahoma. I had very little money and it was a huge investment at the time but the collection of songs on this album connected to my core and has been one of my favorites for over 30 years. Now successful and living in "Ooh Las Vegas", the CD is still frequently played and how appropriate that it still speaks to my roots and reminds me of those struggling days in Oklahoma when life was not always easy but Her sound was always pure, inspiring and soulful. I travelled as often as possible to see her in concerts as her early career blossomed at the Outlaw in OKC, performing as opening acts for Willie Nelson, touring with Bob Dylan, and finally solo concerts in small towns and large towns all over the Southwest. "Satan's Jewel Crown", "Sin City", "Till I Gain Control Again" are exquisite renditions with respect for the Parsons influence. Her interpretations of the Beatles' "Here There and Everywhere" fills my spirit with the possibility of forever love and her cover of Buck Owens' "Together Again" has personally been embedded in my head since I first heard it. This album is one that can be played in its entirity without the impatience of hurrying through the bad cuts, there are none. Emmylou mastered the sound that reflects this time and place that brings me joy everytime I reflect on the happiest moments in my life. ( Heart Like a Wheel by Linda Ronstadt is another collection that almost comes close.) I have every Harris album, repurchased all on CD, downloaded from Itunes, and most of the songs on others albums where I can trace her voice even as a backup. A distinctive, original and artistic visionary who is a musicians' musician, her contributions will linger on forever.

One of the Sweetest Voices EVER!

Remastering has come to a new level with this Cd. "One of These Days" and "Here, There and Everywhere" will bring tears your eyes, not only with her beautiful voice, but also the haunting instrumentals. Emmylou is truly the greatest female bluegrass/country singer.

Stranded on a desert island....

This contribution by my favorite all time artist would be amongst my top 10 choices for music to have when stranded on the island. "Till I Can Gain Control" is my number 1 all time favorite song as well. My one wish is that Emmylou would add it to her tour repertoire. This album is one of those "must have" in any collection. -Terrry A., San Diego, CA


Born: April 2, 1947 in Birmingham, AL

Genre: Country

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Though other performers sold more records and earned greater fame, few had as profound an impact on contemporary music as Emmylou Harris. Blessed with a crystalline voice, a remarkable gift for phrasing, and a restless creative spirit, she traveled a singular artistic path, proudly carrying the torch of "cosmic American music" passed down by her mentor, Gram Parsons. With the exception of only Neil Young -- not surprisingly an occasional collaborator -- no other mainstream star established a similarly...
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