Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town

Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town is an album by country music artist Emmylou Harris, released in 1978. The album reached number 3 on the Billboard charts, with three charting singles: "To Daddy" (written by Dolly Parton) at #3, "Two More Bottles of Wine" at #1 (the third #1 of Harris' career), and "Easy from Now On" (co-written by Carlene Carter, and the song from which the album's title comes) at #12. Also featured are "One Paper Kid", a duet with Willie Nelson, and "Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight", which the Oak Ridge Boys would reach #1 with in 1980. The painting used for the album cover is by Susanna Clark.[3]

Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town
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Studio album by Emmylou Harris
Released January 1978
Genre Country
Length 34:55
Label Warner Bros.
Producer Brian Ahern
Emmylou Harris chronology
Luxury Liner
(1976)
Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town
(1978)
Blue Kentucky Girl
(1979)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4/5 stars[1]
The Guardian4/5 stars[2]

Track listing

Side One
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Easy From Now On"Susanna Clark, Carlene Carter Routh3:07
2."Two More Bottles of Wine"Delbert McClinton3:07
3."To Daddy"Dolly Parton2:47
4."My Songbird"Jesse Winchester3:09
5."Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight"Rodney Crowell, Donivan Cowart4:20
Side Two
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
6."Defying Gravity"Jesse Winchester4:16
7."I Ain't Living Long Like This"Rodney Crowell4:06
8."One Paper Kid" (with Willie Nelson)Walter Martin Cowart2:57
9."Green Rolling Hills" (with Fayssoux Starling)Utah Phillips3:40
10."Burn That Candle"Winfield Scott4:27
2004 CD Reissue Bonus Tracks
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
11."New Cut Road"Guy Clark4:10
12."LaCassine Special" (with Barry Tashian)Iry LeJeune, Eddie Shuler2:44

Personnel

Technical personnel

  • Brian Ahern - Producer, Engineer
  • Donivan Cowart - Engineer
  • Bradley Hartman - Engineer
  • Michael Hollyfield - design
  • Ed Thrasher - photography

References

Emmylou Harris Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town liner notes

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Sweeting, Adam (9 April 2004). "Emmylou Harris, Quarter Moon in a Ten-Cent Town". The Guardian. Retrieved 24 January 2016.
  3. ^ Liner notes from the CD

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