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Mark Knopfler & Emmylou Harris All The Roadrunning (2006)
Originally Released April 25, 2006\n\nAMG EXPERT REVIEW: This lush and earthy collaboration betere actually recorded over the span of seven years. The boot-stomping "Red Staggerwing" and thery muscle, while the wistful title track spotlights the lovely Harris, whose playful demeanor a drawl is like an easy chair for Harris' fluid pipes, and standout tracks like the 9/11-inspireJames Christopher Monger\n\nAmazon.com Editorial Review\nOver the last seven years, Mark Knopfluts it. Good thing they kept it largely under wraps--expectations would have pushed through ther"). Yet now that it's here, All the Roadrunning--while beautiful--seems somehow underwhelming,'s ethereal soprano would add light to Knopfler's dark Prozac rumblings. But the surprise is thook romp of "This Is Us," the bluesy bickering of "Right Now," the wrenching poignancy of the 9spirited coltishness of her early work to "Belle Starr." In the end, though, this is not so muc - pairing of musical talents, January 21, 2007\nReviewer: Jon Eric Davidson (Redmond, WA, USA)Roadrunning" had some intriguing possibilities. Fortunately, this project exceeded expectationse seminal "Brothers In Arms" album), not many people know him. His body of work in his post-Dirw other genres mixed in. As for Emmylou Harris, I think she has also been overlooked and maybe , and can effortlessly sing any type of music with just about anybody. She has also crafted an blend together to create an impeccable collection of songs. Mr. Knopfler and Ms. Harris seem ts there the odd song that seems "out of the wheelhouse" of one of the musicians. Rather, the sorange, which complements Ms. Harris' higher vocal range and vice versa. On other songs, it is Mrt of alternative, with a little bit of blues thrown in for good measure. \n\nMore often than nl The Roadrunning", the track list seems far more balanced; in fact, it almost builds to a veryand "I Dug Up A Diamond". But soon enough, the rocker "This Is Us" - a favorite of mine - reall 1-2 punch of the title track and "If This Is Goodbye" that close out the disc. These last two cs, you can take about 3 or 4 other stories from the song. "If This Is Goodbye" is a beautifulls no sense that it is a cheap attempt to "capitalize" on that terrible day. Instead, you have aof "Brothers In Arms") create an added emotional punch to the song. \n\nYou don't need to be a r and Ms. Harris have put together a great disc, and one that hopefully enjoys a wide audience disc; if not right away, then before their respective careers are over. \n\n\nAMAZON.COM CUSTOM CD a few years from now. I'm getting my heart strings pulled by the music of Kim Carnes latelyirl". "Stumble Into Grace" had it's moments but it seemed a bit laboured. The thing I loved mosr sonically am I moved by anything on this set... The harmonies seem kinda predicatable... \n\ng like it was a by-the-book excersize in Americana that college and public radio will love ever just not giving it a chance...\n\n\nAMAZON.COM CUSTOMER REVIEW\nShe ain't wrong., May 9, 2006\n Amazon reviewer has got it right. The album IS too tame. It IS overall too midtempo. And it dorse, there are some really good songs such as 'Beachcombing' and 'Belle Starr' to name two. Som got the nice and pretty acoustic guitar but it also is pretty bland with a cliche chorus that I should probably get upwards of 50 flames for giving this four instead of five stars. If you nt. \n\n\nAMAZON.COM CUSTOMER REVIEW\nLaughing at the Review, May 8, 2006\nReviewer: Shelley Ke was my touchstone when with Stereo Review. If she liked it, I stayed away. If she didn't, I bo\nReviewer: Brent Willian (Louisville, KY USA)\nI find it hard to see how anyone could not be es of all-time. On the other is an absolutely beautiful voice that flows seamlessly throughout ets, to movie soundtracks, to his solo albums. From the very beginning of this CD, you know Knopamond" sounds like it came right from Knopfler's "Sailing to Philadelphia" album. "This is Us" "All the Roadrunning" are beautiful, and both accentuate Emmylou's voice. "If This is Goodbye" he sky/but I love you/and this is our glory/if this is goodbye" \n\nFrom start to finish, this This Is Them; Emmylou and Mark, April 30, 2006\nReviewer: prisrob "prisrob" (New EnglandUSA)\nAtes to the life of an itinerant musician, "trying to juggle family and relationships and just the understand the mystical process that happens when you make a record and that record becomes her, it was so listenable, and I mean that in the most positive way, It a very rich album, musilbum is evocative of Hurricane Kristina although it was written well before. It is a song abouts infectious and many will relate to this. \n\nA lighter touch comes to "Red Staggewring, whicht infamous female outlaw, "Belle Star" and Mark as Jesse James. This banter is reminiscent of Jness. \n\n"Love and Happiness:" is the only "proper" song that Emmylou says she has written. "Yging about love found and lost, missing family and friends, and life in the fast lane. \n\n"If honing in on people in the twin towers using their mobiles to make that final phone call home te straight from life sessions, the day to day existence on the road of this album, is extraordioducer: Chuck Ainlay, Mark Knopfler \n\nAlbum Notes\nPersonnel: Mark Knopfler (vocals, guitar);ar); Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Glenn Duncan (mandolin, fiddle); Stuart Duncan (violin); Stengs (drums, tambourine); Chad Cromwell (drums).\nRecorded intermittently over the course of sevris. While Knopfler's bluesy slow-hand picking and minimalist, muttering vocals may seem an oddachcombing" and the stately 9/11-themed "If This Is Goodbye" among the highlights. As always, KNG is a quiet and unassuming record, but its subtlety and grace are part of its lasting charm.\n- Grade: B-\n\n\nROLLING STONE REVIEW\nAll the Roadrunning is an elegant, sometimes sleepy collde for a while now on his solo records, sings in a shopworn tenor and works up graceful harmoni
This data cd contains 12 tracks and runs 50min 35sec.
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  1. Mark Knopfler & Emmylou Harris - Beachcombing (04:14)
  2. Mark Knopfler & Emmylou Harris - I Dug Up A Diamond (03:38)
  3. Mark Knopfler & Emmylou Harris - This Is Us (04:39)
  4. Mark Knopfler & Emmylou Harris - Red Staggerwing (03:03)
  5. Mark Knopfler & Emmylou Harris - Rollin' On (04:14)
  6. Mark Knopfler & Emmylou Harris - Love And Happiness (04:22)
  7. Mark Knopfler & Emmylou Harris - Right Now (03:33)
  8. Mark Knopfler & Emmylou Harris - Donkey Town (05:42)
  9. Mark Knopfler & Emmylou Harris - Belle Starr (03:06)
  10. Mark Knopfler & Emmylou Harris - Beyond My Wildest Dreams (04:25)
  11. Mark Knopfler & Emmylou Harris - All The Roadrunning (04:49)
  12. Mark Knopfler & Emmylou Harris - If This Is Goodbye (04:44)

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