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Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Stream or buy on:. Peter Asher. Bill Baldwin. James Baldwin. Vance Baldwin. Clint Ballard, Jr. Veronika Bekov. The album was reissued as a DualDisc in Thousand Roads is the third solo studio album by the rock artist David Crosby, a founding member of Crosby, Stills, and Nash. It was released on in on Atlantic Records. Get Closer is the eleventh studio album by singer, songwriter and producer Linda Ronstadt, released in Released in , it became her third straight million-selling album.
Ronstadt was the first female artist to accomplish this feat. It represented a slight departure from 's Heart Like a Wheel and 's Prisoner in Disguise in that she chose to showcase new songwriters over the traditional country rock sound she had been producing up to that point. A more serious and poignant album than its predecessors, it won critical acclaim. December is the tenth studio album by soft rock singer Kenny Loggins. Released in , it contains several Christmas music standards, such as "White Christmas" and "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas," along with several other lesser-known holiday songs, as well as a few Loggins originals.
Mad Love is the tenth studio album by singer, songwriter and producer Linda Ronstadt, released in It debuted at 5 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 over one million copies. It was certified Platinum and nominated for a Grammy. We Ran is a rock album by American singer, songwriter, and producer Linda Ronstadt. We also had to sing it really fast, like triple speed, Chipmunk-style because of this pacing effect that they were using.
Wendy Wilson: For that video, we spent the whole day in the mountains. We were up so high where you could only get there by helicopter. It was just breathtaking. I actually got a little hypothermia and they had to take me down from the mountain at one point. The director, Julien Temple, is this super creative British guy and it was all his concept. He wanted to put us out in nature as an embodiment of that. We were not singing what everybody else was at the time and we were not trying to be anything else than who we actually are.
It was the only song we ever wrote as just the three of us with no co-writer. At the time, I was in a lot of pain because I was breaking up with this guy and that was the idea that inspired me to write the first verse. Then, I called Carnie and Wendy and asked them to come over to help me with it.
They came over and we actually finished the whole song in one day. I remember that when we played it for Glen, he was so excited that he immediately made some tracks for it right then and there and had us stand around a microphone and record it.
We were just very thankful that people were receiving us well. We worked really hard to establish our own identity away from our parents and it really felt like people were respecting us for our own music. It showed a more fun side to us and it really kept the momentum going from the first two singles. I thought the record company did a great job with the promotion of the record like that.
They handled the whole project with real class and forethought. It fit us so well and we could tell right off that it was going to be hit. It was cool for Wendy to get the lead vocal on that one and she did such a nice job with the laid back, raspy vibe of it.
Glen had a contact for Joe Walsh and asked him to come in and play on it. I remember he was a whirlwind in the studio. He came in with this huge energy and just soaked up the whole room. We were just so blessed to have a great team of hard-working people around us. One time, he slept in his car in front of this very popular radio station as the song was getting close to potentially going number one. He knocked on their door first thing in the morning and begged them to give the song multiple spins that day.
It was so humbling to have people working that hard on our behalf. When it hit number one, we had so much momentum and we were working so much. They really worked us on the promotional performances and radio station events. At one point, we were going to something like five cities a day.
We almost had nervous breakdowns because it was getting to be too much. Wendy Wilson: We were so tired from traveling so much and being so busy. We were constantly going doing promotional visits and television performances here and there. It was fun being on a tour bus and flying everywhere, but it was hard work and we were missing home. I don't want to complain though because we had fun and the work that we did back then is still paying off to this day.
We spent the whole night shooting and we filmed the song a bunch of times. We had no clue that it would be such a hit movie or that it would impact our own career like it did. People started calling us for more shows and fans started showing up to our concerts in bridesmaid's outfits. We even got a call to perform at a wedding in Manila where they kind of surprised everyone and announced us just like they did in the movie.
That whole experience was such a funny blessing for us. Carnie Wilson: All we knew going in was that it was a Judd Apatow comedy starring Maya Rudolph and Kristin Wiig and we knew we would be in a wedding scene. We showed up to this big trailer and met the cast. All the girls in the movie all got ready at the same time, so we spent a couple hours laughing and talking.
I remember talking to Melissa McCarthy and thinking she was the funniest person I had ever talked to in my life. We filmed from midnight until about two in the morning during this incredible heat wave. We were so flipped out to be asked to be a part of it. Chynna Phillips: I remember the weekend that Bridesmaids was released to theaters, my phone was blowing up like crazy. Everybody kept calling me and was just so excited for us.
I honestly had no idea it was going to have this huge opening weekend. He produced our last record, Dedicated , as well. The record company, not us. Why not? The music should be celebrated in a way that allows the artists and songwriters to get paid as well. There's no way to fully capture the special glow of the original but I think this is a lovely way to modernize it and hopefully reap the benefits that we deserve. It was surprising how hard it was to replicate because our voices have grown and matured.