I've Always Needed You

I've Always Needed You

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by Emmylou Harris
     
 

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Be forewarned: this is actually a Carl Jackson recording wherein Emmylou Harris is relegated to a backing role -- this was very early work for her. Other appearances include those by Melba Montgomery, Ricky Skaggs,

Overview

Be forewarned: this is actually a Carl Jackson recording wherein Emmylou Harris is relegated to a backing role -- this was very early work for her. Other appearances include those by Melba Montgomery, Ricky Skaggs, Jerry Douglas, Cheryl White, and Sharon White. This is all marketing. And while there isn't anything particularly wrong with these songs, they are far from standout for either party.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/10/2009
Label:
Eldorado Records
UPC:
5413992991105
catalogNumber:
250110
Rank:
103397

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Emmylou Harris   Primary Artist,Vocals
Jerry Douglas   Dobro
Ricky Skaggs   Vocals
Ray Flacke   Guitar
Melba Montgomery   Vocals
Blaine Sprouse   Fiddle
Bruce Bouton   Steel Guitar
Owen Hale   Drums
Carl Jackson   Banjo,Vocals
Cheryl White   Vocals
Sharon White   Vocals

Technical Credits

Dave Peabody   Cover Photo
Carl Jackson   Composer
Bobby Marin   Executive Producer
Gene Sullivan   Composer
Stan Cornelius   Producer
Alfie Falckenbach   Liner Notes,Art Direction

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I've Always Needed You 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The following is a copy of my message to the producers of this misleading title: I am really ticked off at your misleading (dare I say "false") advertising. Today I bought what I thought was a new Emmylou CD, but guess what? The cover is a complete misnomer as it gives the big block letters to Ms Harris, and the smaller ones to Carl Jackson. Yet she hardly features on the CD. Neat trick guys and gals! I have no desire to own a Carl Jackson CD and I feel cheated by your approach