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Linda Ronstadt: Confessions of an LA Bunnywoman

Richard Cook, NME, 19 February 1983

IN THE MOUNTAIN of scorn heaped on the Los Angeles musical community, nobody has been maligned more than Linda Ronstadt. The vapid esteem she was held in around the time of her last visit here in 1976 was so comprehensively dispersed by the ensuing change in attitudes that it’s slightly amazing that she has any following still intact on these shores. Even more so, perhaps, that she should be encountered in these pages.

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