Harris, Emmylou: Quarter Moon In A Ten Cent Town

Harris, Emmylou SKU: 32986464
Harris, Emmylou: Quarter Moon In A Ten Cent Town

Harris, Emmylou: Quarter Moon In A Ten Cent Town

Harris, Emmylou SKU: 32986464

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Quarter Moon In A Ten Cent Town
Artist: Harris, Emmylou
Label: Nonesuch
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 075597938890
Genre: Folk

Limited 150gm vinyl LP pressing. Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town is an album by country music artist Emmylou Harris, released in 1978. The album reached #3 on the Billboard charts, with three charting singles: "To Daddy" (written by Dolly Parton) at #3, "Two More Bottles of Wine" at #1 (the third #1 of Harris' career), and "Easy from Now On" (co-written by Carlene Carter, and the song from which the album's title comes) at #12. Also featured are "One Paper Kid", a duet with Willie Nelson, and "Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight", which the Oak Ridge Boys would reach #1 with in 1980.

1.1 Easy from Now on
1.2 Two More Bottles of Wine
1.3 To Daddy
1.4 My Songbird
1.5 Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight
2.1 Defying Gravity
2.2 I Ain't Living Long Like This
2.3 One Paper Kid (With Willie Nelson)
2.4 Green Rolling Hills (With Fayssoux Starling)
2.5 Burn That Candle
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