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    Video: Emmylou Harris Interview Series (4 of 5), "Gold," Harmonizing with Dolly Parton

    In this fourth of five episodes in the video interview series on the forthcoming album All I Intended to Be, Emmylou Harris talks about her self-penned tune "Gold," and the joys of having Dolly Parton sing  harmony vocals on it. "I really believe she has an extra thing," marvels Emmylou, "like an Earl Scruggs tuner on her vocal cords, that allows her to do five notes in one beat."


    Check in tomorrow for the final episode, on being reunited with old friends for the new record.


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    Click here to pre-order Emmylou Harris's All I Intended to Be CD now for only $16 and download the album MP3s at no extra charge on release day, June 10.

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Video: Emmylou Harris Interview Series (4 of 5), "Gold," Harmonizing with Dolly Parton

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In this fourth of five episodes in the video interview series on the forthcoming album All I Intended to Be, Emmylou Harris talks about her self-penned tune "Gold," and the joys of having Dolly Parton sing  harmony vocals on it. "I really believe she has an extra thing," marvels Emmylou, "like an Earl Scruggs tuner on her vocal cords, that allows her to do five notes in one beat." Check in tomorrow for the final episode, on being reunited with old friends for the new record.

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In this fourth of five episodes in the video interview series on the forthcoming album All I Intended to Be, Emmylou Harris talks about her self-penned tune "Gold," and the joys of having Dolly Parton sing  harmony vocals on it. "I really believe she has an extra thing," marvels Emmylou, "like an Earl Scruggs tuner on her vocal cords, that allows her to do five notes in one beat."


Check in tomorrow for the final episode, on being reunited with old friends for the new record.


Harris_all_i_intended_lg_2

Click here to pre-order Emmylou Harris's All I Intended to Be CD now for only $16 and download the album MP3s at no extra charge on release day, June 10.

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