Linda Ronstadt: The Sound Of My Voice – Review

Last week filmgoers were treated to a rather nifty feature documentary, Fiddler: A Miracle Of Miracles, all about the creation of the beloved stage classic “Fiddler on the Roof”. Well, let’s continue the “musical mood” with another doc about a very popular lady singer. Uh oh, the last big female singer feature docs were 2015’s Amy (Ms. Winehouse) and last year’s Whitney (Ms. Houston), so could this be about another songstress struck down at far too young an age? Happily, I can give a resounding “No!”. She appears in new footage and narrates several sequences. However, there’s more than a hint of tragedy at the film’s conclusion. But the journey is quite magical, as she dazzles in a wide range of musical styles and genres. All this audio delight comes courtesy of Linda Ronstadt: The Sound Of My Voice.

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