Watch The Commanding “You’re No Good” by Linda Ronstadt From The New “Live in Hollywood”

“All I can recall is that it was extremely hot.” According to the singer of a 1980 performance uncovered for a live CD, “It was too hot for humans.”

Highlights From The Singer’s First-Ever Live Album Twelve Performances From Her Highly Lauded HBO Special of 1980 Previous Unheard Tracks: “You’re No Good” and Other Tracks Rhino will release it on CD and LP on February 1. Check Out “Just One Look” Right Now Los Angeles – Over the course of a remarkable career spanning more than five decades, Linda Ronstadt released more than two dozen studio albums. Remarkably, the iconic vocalist never put out a live album in all that time. With the release of an upcoming album that includes incredible performances from a concert that Ronstadt taped in 1980 for her critically praised HBO television special, that will finally change.

The previously unheard song “Just One Look” is available for fans to listen to online right now by clicking this link. Rhino will release LIVE IN HOLLYWOOD on CD ($14.98) and LP ($19.98) on February 1. On the same day, the song will also be accessible via digital and streaming services. The event, which was captured on tape on April 24, 1980 at Television Center Studios in Hollywood, features Ronstadt at the height of her popularity as a female rock singer in the United States. Ronstadt chose twelve of her best moments from the original concert for LIVE IN HOLLYWOOD.

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