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Watch Linda Ronstadt Perform ‘You’re No Good’ on The Midnight Special

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Watch Linda Ronstadt Perform ‘You’re No Good’ on The Midnight Special

Linda Ronstadt began performing “You’re No Good” to close her live shows in early 1973. She famously covered the song on an episode of The Midnight Special, which aired on December 21st, 1973. “You’re No Good” was first recorded by Dee Dee Warwick in 1963, and has been covered by many artists including Betty Everett. Ronstadt’s version of the song, which came to fruition from a suggestion by band member Kenny Edwards, was a number 1 hit in the United States. She included the song on her Heart Like a Wheel album.

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Desarae, editor-in-chief & founder of Inspirer, is a music writer and software engineer residing in Los Angeles, CA. Prior to launching Inspirer, she spent 3 years as a feature and festival contributor for YahooTv! Inspirer is published by Desarae Gabrielle and Ashley McFaul and is circulated by Curtis Circulation internationally in both specialty and wholesale markets.

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