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HiRez Poll Harris, Emmylou - PRODUCER'S CUT [DVD-A]

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Rate the DVD-A of Emmylou Harris - PRODUCER'S CUT


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markshan

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One other thing I forgot to mention... I LOVE the song selection. Her singles from that era (and therefore her hits compilations) were always short songs because country radio then were very unlikely to play something longer than 3 1/2 minutes. I love her singles but like many of these songs even better. "Leaving Louisiana" and "Last Cheaters Waltz" are among my favorite things she has even done.
 

hafquark

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I saw Emmy Lou in the late seventies and it was quite a show, alternating between country-rock and flat-out rockers. Most of the tracks on Producer's Cut are from early in her career and not as artfully experimental as on later albums such as Wrecking Ball and Red Dirt Girl (which I like a hell of a lot.)

The surround is conservative but works fine for these tracks; the audio is stunningly clear and detailed. I've listened to this one quite a few times over the years and still take it off the shelf to play every few months. A solid 9 for me.
 

markshan

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I saw Emmy Lou in the late seventies and it was quite a show, alternating between country-rock and flat-out rockers. Most of the tracks on Producer's Cut are from early in her career and not as artfully experimental as on later albums such as Wrecking Ball and Red Dirt Girl (which I like a hell of a lot.)

The surround is conservative but works fine for these tracks; the audio is stunningly clear and detailed. I've listened to this one quite a few times over the years and still take it off the shelf to play every few months. A solid 9 for me.
Well, yes, this comp was selected and mixed by her 70-80s producer. One wouldn't expect to see Daniel Lanois produced tracks on it (though that is my favorite period of hers as well).
 

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Well, yes, this comp was selected and mixed by her 70-80s producer. One wouldn't expect to see Daniel Lanois produced tracks on it (though that is my favorite period of hers as well).
Well, I didn't expect to hear Lanois produced tracks either. I was simply trying to differentiate the music on this album (which I do like) as compared to her later output for those who might not be as familiar with her work.
 
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