Pop/Rock, Country-Rock, Psychedelic, Contemporary Pop/Rock, AM Pop, Folk-Rock

Album Review

Linda Ronstadt's debut album is a transitional effort, as the vocalist began to abandon the folk leanings of the Stone Poneys for a relaxed country-rock approach. Several of the songs are well performed, but the majority of the music is unfocused and Ronstadt occasionally sounds unsure of herself.
Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Baby, You've Been on My Mind
  2. Silver Threads and Golden Needles
  3. Bet No One Ever Hurt This Bad
  4. Number and a Name
  5. Only Mama That'll Walk the Line
  6. Long Way Around
  7. Break My Mind
  8. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
  9. It's About Time
  10. We Need a Lot More of Jesus (And a Lot Less Rock & Roll)
  11. Dolphins