Different Drum (album)

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Different Drum
Different Drum Ronstadt.jpg
Compilation album by Linda Ronstadt
Released January 1974
Recorded 1967–1972
Genre Rock, country rock, folk rock
Length 32:28
Label Capitol
Linda Ronstadt chronology
Stoney End
1970
Different Drum
(1974)
Greatest Hits
(1976)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]
Robert Christgau B−[2]

Different Drum is the first compilation album by Linda Ronstadt to be released by Capitol. Half of the tracks (those shown as having been recorded in 1967 and 1968) are taken from the second and third albums by The Stone Poneys; while the other half are from her first three solo albums.

This album was issued 10 months prior to the November 1974 release of Ronstadt's final album for Capitol, Heart Like a Wheel – which became her breakthrough #1 album – but after she had already signed with Asylum. The album reached #92 on the Billboard Top LP's & Tapes album charts.[1]

Release data[edit]

The album was originally released as a stereophonic LP by Capitol in 1974 (catalogue number ST-11269). In 1995, the album was reissued on CD (catalogue number 80131).

Track listing[edit]

Side 1
No. Title Writer(s) Year recorded Length
1. "Different Drum" Mike Nesmith 1967 2:45
2. "Rock Me on the Water" Jackson Browne 1972 3:37
3. "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight" Bob Dylan 1969 3:43
4. "Hobo" (originally called "Morning Glory") Tim Buckley/Beckett 1968 3:00
5. "Stoney End" Laura Nyro 1968 3:35
Side 2
No. Title Writer(s) Year recorded Length
1. "Long, Long Time" Gary White 1970 4:21
2. "Up to My Neck in High Muddy Water" Wakefield/Herald/Yellin 1968 2:35
3. "Some of Shelly's Blues" Mike Nesmith 1968 3:00
4. "In My Reply" Livingston Taylor 1972 3:28
5. "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" Gerry Goffin/Carole King 1970 2:24

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