Red Dirt Girl
Red Dirt Girl is an Emmylou Harris album from 2000, which reached No. 3 on the Billboard country album charts and won the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk Album in 2001. The album was a significant departure for Harris, as eleven of the twelve tracks were written or co-written by her. She was best known for covering other songwriters' work. Prior to this album, only two of Harris' LPs had more than two of her own compositions (Gliding Bird in 1969, and The Ballad of Sally Rose in 1985). Her next album, Stumble into Grace, was also written by Harris. The album contains "Bang The Drum Slowly", a song Guy Clark helped Harris write as an elegy for her father.
|Red Dirt Girl|
|Studio album by|
|Released||September 12, 2000|
|Recorded||March–April 2000, Clouet Street Studio, New Orleans|
|Genre||Country Folk, Americana|
|Emmylou Harris chronology|
|The Austin Chronicle|||
|The Rolling Stone Album Guide|||
|The Village Voice||C|
All lyrics are written by Emmylou Harris, except where noted.
|1.||"The Pearl" (featuring Malcolm Burn, Ethan Johns, Darryl Johnson, Buddy Miller)||Emmylou Harris||5:02|
|2.||"Michelangelo" (featuring Malcolm Burn, Ethan Johns)||Emmylou Harris||5:14|
|3.||"I Don't Wanna Talk About It Now" (featuring Malcolm Burn, Jill Cunniff, Ethan Johns, Darryl Johnson, Julie Miller)||Emmylou Harris||4:47|
|4.||"Tragedy"||Emmylou Harris, Rodney Crowell||4:24|
|5.||"Red Dirt Girl" (featuring Malcolm Burn, Ethan Johns, Darryl Johnson, Buddy Miller)||Emmylou Harris||4:19|
|6.||"My Baby Needs A Shepherd" (featuring Malcolm Burn, Ethan Johns, René Coman, Patty Griffin, Darryl Johnson)||Emmylou Harris||4:39|
|7.||"Bang The Drum Slowly" (featuring Malcolm Burn, Ethan Johns, Darryl Johnson)||Emmylou Harris, Guy Clark||4:51|
|8.||"J'Ai Fait Tout" (featuring Malcolm Burn, Jill Cunniff, Ethan Johns, Daryl Johnson, Kate McGarrigle, Jim Watts)||Emmylou Harris, Jill Cunniff, Darryl Johnson||5:31|
|9.||"One Big Love" (featuring Malcolm Burn, John Deaderick, Patty Griffin, Ethan Johns, Buddy Miller, Julie Miller)||Patty Griffin||4:33|
|10.||"Hour Of Gold" (featuring Malcolm Burn, Patty Griffin, Ethan Johns, Darryl Johnson)||Emmylou Harris||5:00|
|11.||"My Antonia" (featuring Dave Matthews, Malcolm Burn, Ethans Johns, Darryl Johnson, Buddy Miller)||Emmylou Harris||3:43|
|12.||"Boy From Tupelo" (featuring Malcolm Burn, Ethan Johns, Kate McGarrigle, Julie Miller)||Emmylou Harris||3:48|
|U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums||5|
|U.S. Billboard 200||54|
|Canadian RPM Country Albums||3|
|Canadian RPM Top Albums||29|
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