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Linda Ronstadt - Mad Love album download
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Linda Ronstadt - Mad Love album download

Performer:
Linda Ronstadt
Album:
Mad Love
Style:
Adult Contemporary,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Soft Rock
Released:
October 24, 1979 & January 10, 1980
Genre:
Duration:
31:09
Recording location:
Record One, L. A
MP3 archive size:
1130 mb
FLAC archive size:
1871 mb
Other formats:
RA DXD WMA MMF FLAC XM
Rating:
4.9
Votes:
724

Mad Love is the tenth studio album by singer, songwriter and producer Linda Ronstadt, released in 1980. It debuted at on the Billboard album chart, a record at the time and a first for any female artist, and quickly became her seventh consecutive album to sell one million copies. It was certified Platinum and nominated for a Grammy. The album contains versions of Elvis Costello's "Party Girl", "Girls Talk" and "Talking in the Dark" as well as Neil Young's "Look Out for My Love".

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Released in 1980, Mad Love featured Linda Ronstadt taking on new wave with mixed results. At this point, her albums with producer Peter Asher became routine and repetitive. This album's predecessor, Living in the . While many may miss the customary Ronstadt here, most of Mad Love does indeed work. The insinuating "I Can't Let Go" and the playful "How Do I Make You" do help Ronstadt attain a certain cuteness and freshness.

Mad Love" is a 1980 album by Linda Ronstadt. The album reached No. 3 on the Billboard 200 album chart and went platinum. It contains versions of Elvis Costello's "Party Girl", "Girls Talk", "Talking In The Dark" and Neil Young's "Look Out For My Love", and three songs from The Cretones' first album "Thin Red Line. She had Top 10 hits with "Hurt So Bad" (. and "How Do I Make You" (.

It peaked at on Billboard's Pop Album Chart and on Billboard's Country Album Chart. It is considered to be a front-runner in the country rock music genre. Mad Love is a platinum-certified, Grammy-nominated 1980 rock album by oducer Linda Ronstadt. It debuted at on the Billboard album chart, a record at the time and a first for any female artist, and quickly became her seventh consecutive million-selling album. Three songs from The Cretones' first album, Thin Red Line, were also featured.

Features Song Lyrics for Linda Ronstadt's Mad Love album. Linda Ronstadt - Mad Love Album Lyrics. 1. Costs Of Love Lyrics. 2. Hurt So Bad Lyrics.

comers a thing or two. Linda got three Top 40 hits from the album-"How Do I Make You?", "I Can't Let Go", and "Hurt So Bad"-and they are incredible pieces. Since the 1960s, Linda Ronstadt has gone down many different musical paths in her career, but with MAD LOVE it's quite clear she was in a rockin' state of mind. Kicking off with the title track (written by new wave band the Cretones, who back here on this album), Linda shows that rock can also mean pop, as this is as catchy as they come.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Mad Love Mark Goldenberg Linda Ronstadt 3:40
2 Party Girl Elvis Costello Linda Ronstadt 3:22
3 How Do I Make You Billy Steinberg Linda Ronstadt 2:25
4 I Can't Let Go Al Gorgoni / Chip Taylor Linda Ronstadt 2:44
5 Hurt So Bad Bobby Hart / Teddy Randazzo / Bob Weinstein / Bobby Wilding Linda Ronstadt 3:17
6 Look Out for My Love Neil Young Linda Ronstadt 3:29
7 Cost of Love Mark Goldenberg Linda Ronstadt 2:38
8 Justine Mark Goldenberg Linda Ronstadt 4:00
9 Girls Talk Elvis Costello Linda Ronstadt 3:22
10 Talking in the Dark Elvis Costello Linda Ronstadt 2:12
  • As Jason Elias review mentions Ronstadt and producer Peter Asher felt the need to make a different sounding Ronstadt album. The record Mad Love was the result. From the lead title track it was apparent this was not the standard So Cal country flavored Linda. It was a starker jangly pop sound with just a little new wave slant. Not a bad track, Mad Love, things pick up noticeably with Linda’s excellent ,darkly emotive, rendition of Elvis Costello’s Party Girl. Then comes what I feel is the best track, Billy Sternberg’s How Do I Make You. One only wishes it was rawer because it works and the whole intent of the change in style comes together at once. Several well crafted covers follow none of which are going to make you forget the originals, yet are, to Linda and Peter’s credit, well crafted different takes on excellent songs Next comes the other best cut on the album which is Mark Goldenberg’s Cost of Love. Wisely following is another great Goldenberg song Justine. I know some feel this is the best track, it’s definitely a core cut on the album which really works. Time to lighten up with a very good interpretation of the Elvis Costello nugget Girl’s Talk, maybe the most actual new wave song on the record which really sounds just like smart pop. Finishing up in fine form is a kind of Kinks-ish Costello ditty Talking In The Dark.This is an underrated album in Ronstadt’s catalog I feel. As always it sounds fantastic and there’s not a bad song in the batch. In fact it’s a study in programming a album with diverse songs homogenized into a kind of organic whole. Unlike so many late seventies/early eighties albums this one doesn’t suffer from sounding overly dated. It’s still fun to listen to. Like Three Dog Night, Ronstadt was one of the best interpreters of other’s songs. I feel that is what she is exercising here and it was a nice change of pace if somewhat short.