Reviews

  • Jul 18, 2021

    Blobbo love divine miss R ~~~

    Blobbo love divine miss R ~~~

  • Jul 12, 2021

    25 stars out of 5. An unforgettable portrait of an unforgettable chanteuse.

    25 stars out of 5. An unforgettable portrait of an unforgettable chanteuse.

  • Jun 21, 2021

    I loved this movie. Linda Ronstadt had one of the bests voices for country, rock and folk of all time, plus she was gorgeous. On top of that, all available evidence says she's an authentically nice person, a good person, down to earth and real. This documentary gives you a chance to see and hear some wonderful performances, and learn a bit about her life. Loved it.

    I loved this movie. Linda Ronstadt had one of the bests voices for country, rock and folk of all time, plus she was gorgeous. On top of that, all available evidence says she's an authentically nice person, a good person, down to earth and real. This documentary gives you a chance to see and hear some wonderful performances, and learn a bit about her life. Loved it.

  • Feb 01, 2021

    The story of a rich life of beautiful music from a wonderful person. A documentary told with her music.

    The story of a rich life of beautiful music from a wonderful person. A documentary told with her music.

  • Dec 30, 2020

    If you love good music and one of the best voices of all time, you should know about Linda Ronstadt.

    If you love good music and one of the best voices of all time, you should know about Linda Ronstadt.

  • Dec 29, 2020

    Fabulous documentary about one of the absolute greatest ever.

    Fabulous documentary about one of the absolute greatest ever.

  • Sep 18, 2020

    JUST ONE LOOK You want the dirt? There ain't none. Documentaries without bite kinda bite, but can serve as well placed bookmarks for times long forgotten. Some say for the best. Yet there's enough in this here Linda Ronstadt biopic to achieve a wee bit of melancholic flashback entertainment. Chiefly forgotten these days, Linda Ronstadt was a money making dynamo in the seventies, cranking out platinum albums, crossing over genres like there were no walls, dominating the AM radio charts, and gracing magazine covers with her squeaky clean cutie pie all American girl next door looks (sometimes in a Girl Scout uniform). Cool that next door is actually Mexico (which flows in her river of blood), and proved to be the inspiration for the fabulous "Conciones de mi Padre" record, easily the musical highlight of her varied career. Ronstadt turns out to be quite the smart lady, delivering a confident maturity and political savvy belying her fresh years in an early clip. Her climb to fame, which at the time looked meteoric, was actually a struggle, yet seems all but inevitable because of her awesome pipes. It is great to see the power, command and drive in her live performances, since most of her albums are now garage sale filler. Ronstadt was a force of the times, but because she wasn't a composer, gets little historic play in the cruel entertainment biz. As is par for a music doc course, the formative early years are the draw, and Ronstadt's are surprisingly kaleidoscopic. Her quirky family, which includes heralded inventor, great grandpa Ronstadt (the electric toaster!) deserves more air time, but the heady, just post-woodstock adventures with the Eagles, Emmylou Harris and Neil Young, is what rock loving boomers crave, and get. A juicy tabloid romance with much maligned Governor Jerry Brown is hardly mentioned, which begs the question is there more than this squeaky clean wikipedia style document offers? Perhaps not. There may not be any dirt, but surely they could have dug a bit deeper. - hipCRANK

    JUST ONE LOOK You want the dirt? There ain't none. Documentaries without bite kinda bite, but can serve as well placed bookmarks for times long forgotten. Some say for the best. Yet there's enough in this here Linda Ronstadt biopic to achieve a wee bit of melancholic flashback entertainment. Chiefly forgotten these days, Linda Ronstadt was a money making dynamo in the seventies, cranking out platinum albums, crossing over genres like there were no walls, dominating the AM radio charts, and gracing magazine covers with her squeaky clean cutie pie all American girl next door looks (sometimes in a Girl Scout uniform). Cool that next door is actually Mexico (which flows in her river of blood), and proved to be the inspiration for the fabulous "Conciones de mi Padre" record, easily the musical highlight of her varied career. Ronstadt turns out to be quite the smart lady, delivering a confident maturity and political savvy belying her fresh years in an early clip. Her climb to fame, which at the time looked meteoric, was actually a struggle, yet seems all but inevitable because of her awesome pipes. It is great to see the power, command and drive in her live performances, since most of her albums are now garage sale filler. Ronstadt was a force of the times, but because she wasn't a composer, gets little historic play in the cruel entertainment biz. As is par for a music doc course, the formative early years are the draw, and Ronstadt's are surprisingly kaleidoscopic. Her quirky family, which includes heralded inventor, great grandpa Ronstadt (the electric toaster!) deserves more air time, but the heady, just post-woodstock adventures with the Eagles, Emmylou Harris and Neil Young, is what rock loving boomers crave, and get. A juicy tabloid romance with much maligned Governor Jerry Brown is hardly mentioned, which begs the question is there more than this squeaky clean wikipedia style document offers? Perhaps not. There may not be any dirt, but surely they could have dug a bit deeper. - hipCRANK

  • Aug 15, 2020

    A great insight look into who she is. Very passionate about music!

    A great insight look into who she is. Very passionate about music!

  • Aug 12, 2020

    Great! Wonderful. Thank you CNN.

    Great! Wonderful. Thank you CNN.

  • Jul 18, 2020

    Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice is a unique documentary that focuses on an American singer who tackled music genres from Country to Mexican folk. I love the people who are interviewed, the concert footages, the pacing and the storytelling. Before this documentary, I barley know who Linda is because she made music with Dolly Parton. After seeing this documentary, I now enjoy her music. Overall, Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice is a pure and unique music documentary.

    Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice is a unique documentary that focuses on an American singer who tackled music genres from Country to Mexican folk. I love the people who are interviewed, the concert footages, the pacing and the storytelling. Before this documentary, I barley know who Linda is because she made music with Dolly Parton. After seeing this documentary, I now enjoy her music. Overall, Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice is a pure and unique music documentary.