Although Steve Earle and Gram Parsons didn't get the attention I thought they deserved, I'm glad Townes Van Zant's "Pancho and Lefty" did. And I'm especially glad that Emmylou Harris did too. My favorite personal Emmylou moment was seeing her in St. Paul, MN as the opening act for Michael Martin Murphey in the mid-seventies. Most of the fans in that concert were Murphey fans (Wildfire), and didn't bother to show up until later on. So the place was almost empty when Emmylou started to play. I got to go right down in front and see her from center stage doing all the great material from her first couple of albums. She was fabulous. When her set was over, I could only take so much of Murphey and left about half-way through.