“Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice”: Review & Podcast

Posted: October 10th, 2019 | Filed under: Cinema, Film Reviews Podcast, Music | 1 Comment »

Upon full contemplation, there really has never been anybody quite like Linda Ronstadt in the rock & roll era.

Her truly transcendent voice.

Her personality.

Her intelligence.

Her many worthy collaborations.

And, yes, her looks. (So sue me if it bothers you that I’ve mentioned that.)

She has been plagued with Parkinson’s which cut her career short, but which disease she confronts with admirable perspective.

It’s all set out in this entertaining documentary.

For more details about Ms. Ronstadt and this film, listen to the podcast below:

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One Comment on ““Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice”: Review & Podcast”

  1. 1 Mike Harpring said at 11:30 am on October 10th, 2019:

    Wow! I had forgotten how many great songs she had out. It was good seeing Russ Kunkle, Leland Sklar and Waddy Wachtel among others backing her up on stage. The entire movie was a Who’s Who of the ’70s thru ’90s Wast Coast rock scene. I strongly agree the movie is an emotionally moving must-see for anyone who likes her genre of music.

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