1972 Ronee Blakley – Ronee Blakley

Ronee Blakley is the first solo album by Ronee Blakley, released in 1972 on Elektra.

Ronee Sue Blakley (born August 24, 1945) is an American actress, singer-songwriter, composer, producer and director, perhaps best known for her work as an actress. Her best-known role was the fictional country superstar Barbara Jean in Robert Altman’s 1975 film Nashville, for which she won a National Board of Review Award for Best Supporting Actress and was nominated for an Academy Award. She also performed roles in Walter Hill’s The Driver (1978) and Wes Craven’s A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984).


1  Dues (Ronee Blakley) 03:58
2  Sleepin’ Sickness Blues (Ronee Blakley) 04:10
3  Attachment (Ronee Blakley) 03:46
4  Down To The River (Ronee Blakley) 02:34
5  Gabriel (Ronee Blakley) 05:23
6  I Lied (Ronee Blakley) 03:10
7  Along The Shore (Ronee Blakley) 04:43
8  Fred Hampton (Ronee Blakley) 02:54
9  Cock O’ The Walk (Ronee Blakley) 04:07
10  Bluebird (Ronee Blakley) 02:32
11  Graduation Tune (Ronee Blakley) 05:17


BassLeland Sklar
DrumsRuss Kunkel
GuitarJon Sholle
Steel GuitarBuddy Emmons
PianoRonee Blakely
HarmonicaDon Brooks
HornVince DeRosa
ViolaJimmy Buchanan
ViolaMilton Kestenbaum
VocalsRonee Blakely

Other Musicians

1 Dues

Background VocalsRobert W Zachary Jr

10 Bluebird

Background VocalsLinda Ronstadt

Liner Notes

Producer – Robert W Zachary Jr
Engineer – John Heaney
Engineer (Additional) – Allan Emig, Bruce Morgan
Engineer (Remix) – John Heaney

Design – Robert L Heimall
Photography – Frank Bez

Mastered At Artisan Sound Recorders
Phonographic Copyright Elektra Records
Copyright Elektra Records