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(1990s) TV commercial: Mexican Tourism.

(1998) Album: Sang "Funny How Time Slips Away" on "The Simpsons Yellow Album".

(7/12/88) Stage: Appeared in "Canciones de mi Padre, A Romantic Evening in Old Mexico", a revue that opened on Broadway at the Minskoff Theatre. It ran for 18 performances before touring the US.

(1981) Stage: Appeared (as "Mabel") in "The Pirates of Penzance", produced on Broadway. Uris Theater. Ran for 787 performances. NOTE: She was nominated for a Tony Award as Best Actress in a musical.

(2004) CD: "Hummin' to Myself".

(????) CD (2-disc set): "The Best of Linda Ronstadt: The Capitol Years" (Capitol).

(1977) Album [2-record set]: "Linda Ronstadt- A Retrospective".

(1997) Album [Box Set]: "Linda Ronstadt - Her Greatest Hits and Finest Performances" (Readers Digest Exclusive Release)

(1999) Album [Box Set]: "Linda Ronstadt Box Set".

(1986) Album [Box Set]: "Linda Ronstadt- 'Round Midnight".

(2000) Album: "A Merry Little Christmas"

(2006) CD: "Adieu False Heart" with Ann Savoy.

(1987) Album: "Canciones de mi Padre"

(1967) Album (w/The Stone Poneys): "Catch a Stone Poney and Take Your Mind for a Ride" (Capitol).

(1989) Album: "Cry Like A Rainstorm--Howl Like the Wind".

(1996) Album: "Dedicated to the One I Love".

(1974) Album (w/The Stone Poneys): "Different Drum" (Capitol).

(1973) Album (w/The Stone Poneys): "Don't Cry Now" (Capitol).

(1995) Album: "Feels Like Home".

(1986) Album: "For Sentimental Reasons".

(1992) Album: "Frenesi"

(1982) Album: "Get Closer"

(1969) Album: "Hand Sown. . .Home Grown"

(1976) Album: "Hasten Down the Wind"

(1974) Album: "Heart Like a Wheel"

(1968) Album (w/The Stone Poneys): "Linda Ronstadt Stone Poneys and Friends Vol. III"

(1972) Album: "Linda Ronstadt"

(1976) Album: "Linda Ronstadt: Greatest Hits"

(1980) Album: "Linda Ronstadt: Greatest Hits, Vol. II"

(1978) Album: "Living in the USA"

(1984) Album: "Lush Life"

(1980) Album: "Mad Love"

(1991) Album: "Mas Canciones"

(1975) Album: "Prisoner in Disguise"

(1970) Album: "Silk Purse"

(1977) Album: "Simple Dreams"

(1967) Album (w/The Stone Poneys): "The Stone Poneys" (Capitol).

(1999) Album: "Trio II" with Dolly Parton and Emmylou Harris (Asylum)

(1987) Album: "Trio" with Dolly Parton and Emmylou Harris (Warner Bros.)

(1998) Album: "We Ran"

(1999) Album (w/Emmylou Harris): "Western Wall: The Tucson Sessions".

(1983) Album: "What's New".

(1993) Album: "Winter Light"

(2006) Guest Album [Compilation]: "Paste Magazine Music Sampler #24"

(2002) Guest Album: "Evangeline Made: A Tribute to Cajun Music" (Songs with Ann Savoy: "La Chanson d'une Fille de Quinze Ans" & "O, Ma Chere Tite Fille")

(1991) Soundtrack Album: "The Mambo Kings" (Songs: "Quiereme Mucho" & "Perfidia")

(1987) Music video: Appeared in James Ingram video "Somewhere Out There"

(2010) Sings a duet with Jimmy Webb for "All I Know" on Webb's album "Just Across the River".

(????) CD: "Linda Ronstadt's Greatest Hits, Vol. 2" (Asylum).

(????) CD: "Linda Ronstadt's Greatest Hits, Vol. 1" (Asylum)


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