John Prine album for sale by John Prine was released Jan 24, 1990 on the Atlantic (Label) label. There were a lot of "New Dylans" knocking around at the onset of the '70s, but Prine proved to be a powerful artistic voice in his own right, with plenty of staying power. John Prine songs His debut is full of the songs that inspired Kris Kristoffersson to help the young Chicago songwriter score a record deal. Largely based on country/folk traditions as filtered through the then-new "singer-songwriter" sound, Prine's tunes contain both wry humor and penetrating emotional insights. ...See Full Description
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John Prine's preview of great things to come. Not his best, but really shows the roots of how John Prine, Reggie Young and Steve Goodman originated their fantastic collaboration.
By a reviewer (Princeton, TX)
This is the first album I remember ever hearing. The lyrics meant so much to me. My mother acquired this album from John Prine himself.
By RavenFreak (Pittsburgh, Pa, USA)
||this music can make you laugh after you cry! its great|
Illeagal smile and sam stone are perfect examples of an era of singer-songwriting that I can only wish would come back.
By samuelmotley (birmingham, ala, usa)
||Gets better and better|
This is his second best album after Sweet Revenge. All of the songs are great, but "Far from me" stands out, with its simple, brilliant melody and fantastic lyrics, as one of the best ballads ever.
By jonasahlund (Stockholm, Sweden)
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John Prine songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1096760|
|Release Date||Jan 24, 1990|
|Recording Time||44 minutes|
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