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Party GirlLover's ReturnKing Of BohemiaGood-byeLove Is A RoseHe Darked The SunI Believe In YouRescue MeBirdsLong Long TimeWhen Your Lover Has GoneI Still Miss SomeoneLife Is Like A Mountain RailwayHeart Is Like A WheelWhen I Fall In LoveI'm Leavin' It All Up To YouBaby You've Been On My MindSilver Threads And Golden NeedlesYou Took Advantage Of MeThe DolphinsWill You Love Me Tomorrow?Everybody Loves A WinnerThe Fast OneWe Need A Whole Lot More Of Jesus (And A Lot Less Rock And Roll)I Can Almost See ItBreak My MindIt Doesn't Matter AnymoreI Won't Be Hangin' RoundHey Mister, That's Me Up On The JukeboxKeep Me From Blowing AwayTracks Of My TearsRock Me On The WaterRoll Um EasyI Ain't Always Been FaithfulDon't Cry NowBet No One Ever Hurt This BadMany Rivers To CrossNobody'sIt Won't Be EasyThe Long Way AroundA Number And A NameMy Old FlameSilver BlueIn My ReplyLovesick BluesCrazy He Calls MeEl Camino (The Road)Pena De Los Amores (Love's Sorrows)If He's Ever NearEl Gustito (Delight)The Blue TrainTeardrops Will FallWomen 'Cross The RiverPalomita De Ojos Negros (A Little White Dove With Black Eyes)Los Laureles (The Laurels)PerfidiaHow Do I Make YouLa Barca De Guaymas (The Boat From Guaymas)I Just Don't Know What To Do With MyselfEl Crucifijo De Piedra (The Crucifix Of Stone)Anyone Who Had A HeartLove Has No PrideGirls TalkLook Out For My LoveCuando Me Querias TuHeartbeats AcceleratingToo Old To Die YoungTata Dios (Father God)I Never Will MarryThe Moon Is A Harsh MistressMaybe I'm RightIt Never Entered My MindClosingA River For HimEl Sueno (Dreaming)
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Related Information for Linda Ronstadt 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. In 1969, with the release of 'Hand Sown.. read more