She possesses one of the most distinctive and versatile voices in popular music, giving country-rock its signature sound in the 1970s and later singing everything from Broadway musicals and the American songbook to Mexican standards. A winner of 10 Grammy Awards, Ronstadt was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last week but could not attend for health reasons; she’s been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, which has left her—tragically—unable to sing. This timely compilation showcases the Arizona-born artist’s formidable talent. Besides duets with friends Dolly Parton and Emmylou Harris, the collection includes her pairings with Bette Midler, James Taylor and Frank Sinatra. Among the standout tracks are “Don’t Know Much” with Aaron Neville and “Hasten Down the Wind” with Don Henley of the Eagles, once her backing band. Although silenced now by debilitating disease, Ronstadt’s singular voice shines through here in all its lustrous glory.