Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town
Last updated on 15 July 2017
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.
- Brian Ahern - Acoustic Guitar, 12-String Guitar, Gut-String Guitar, Percussion, Baby Bottle
- Dianne Brooks - Backing Vocals
- James Burton - Electric Guitar
- Rodney Crowell - Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
- Rick Danko - Fiddle, Backing Vocals
- Hank DeVito - Pedal Steel
- Emory Gordy, Jr. - Bass
- Glen D. Hardin - Piano, Electric Piano, String Arrangements
- Emmylou Harris - Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
- Garth Hudson - Accordion, Baritone Saxophone
- Nicolette Larson - Backing Vocals
- Albert Lee - Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Piano, Mandolin
- Willie Nelson - Duet Vocals
- Mickey Raphael - Harmonica
- Ricky Skaggs - Fiddle, Viola
- John Ware - Drums, Percussion
- Brian Ahern - Producer, Engineer
- Donivan Cowart - Engineer
- Bradley Hartman - Engineer
- Michael Hollyfield - design
- Ed Thrasher - photography
Emmylou Harris Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town liner notes
- ^ Allmusic review
- ^ Sweeting, Adam (9 April 2004). "Emmylou Harris, Quarter Moon in a Ten-Cent Town". The Guardian. Retrieved 24 January 2016.
- ^ Liner notes from the CD
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