Usually viewed in a country context, Emmylou Harris is in fact one of the most distinctive and visionary voices in all of popular music. Mentored by Gram Parsons, she rose to stardom as his transcendent vocal partner on the "Cosmic American Music" gracing his landmark solo albums GP (1972) and Grievous Angel (1973). Harris' own ever-adventurous solo career launched shortly after Parsons' untimely death with 1975's Pieces Of The Sky. She released her second album Elite Hotel later the same year and, in turn, found herself with her very first #1 album on the Billboard Country chart and first Gold record. Once again produced by Brian Ahern, the Grammy winning album predominantly finds Emmylou performing a variety of stirring covers by the likes of Buck Owens ("Together Again"), the Beatles ("Here, There and Everywhere"), Don Gibson ("Sweet Dreams"), Hank Williams ("Jambalaya") and Chris Hillman/Gram Parsons ("Sin City," "Wheels").