Yearwood LP Features Emmylou Harris, Others

Jackson Browne also on Trisha Yearwood's Real Live Woman.

Folk-rocker Jackson Browne and country siren Emmylou Harris

sing harmony vocals on the new Trisha Yearwood album, Real Live

Woman (March 28), according to a spokesperson for MCA Nashville. Browne

joins Yearwood on a cover of Bruce Springsteen's "Sad Eyes," which

is from the New Jersey rocker's box set Tracks (1998) and also

appeared on Enrique Iglesias' Enrique (1999). Harris sings

with Yearwood on "Too Bad You're No Good." Country singer Mary Chapin

Carpenter also contributes vocals to the album. Other tracks on the

Garth Fundis–produced effort include "When a Love Song Sings

the Blues," "Come Back When It Ain't Rainin' " and "Wild for You Baby."