“It’s So Easy!” is a rock-and-roll song written by Buddy Holly and Norman Petty. It was originally released as a single in 1958 by the Crickets, which failed to chart. it was the final release by the Crickets when Holly was still in the band.
Linda Ronstadt recorded “It’s So Easy” in 1977 for her album Simple Dreams, produced by Peter Asher. Her recording was released as a single by Asylum Records in the autumn of that year. It hit the Billboard Top Five simultaneously with her recording of “Blue Bayou”. It also reached number 9 in Canada and number 11 in the United Kingdom. Ronstadt’s version was used in the 2005 film Brokeback Mountain.
Simple Dreams is the eighth studio album by the American rock singer-songwriter Linda Ronstadt, released by Asylum Records. One of the most successful albums of Ronstadt’s career, Simple Dreams spent five successive weeks at number 1 on the Billboard album chart in late 1977, displacing Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours after it had held that position for […]
|Acoustic Guitar||Dan Dugmore|
|Background Vocals||Kenny Edwards|
|Background Vocals||Peter Asher|
|Background Vocals||Waddy Wachtel|