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John Prine

John Prine

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A revelation upon its release, this album is now a collection of standards: "Illegal Smile," "Hello in There," "Sam Stone," "Donald and Lydia," and, of course, "Angel from Montgomery." Prine's music, a mixture of folk, rock, and country, is deceptively simple, like his pointed lyrics, and his easy vocal style adds a humorous edge that makes otherwise funny jokes downright hilarious.
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1
Illegal Smile
00:03:13

Bobby Emmons, Organ - John Prine, Composer, Lyricist, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - John Christopher, Guitar - Bobby Wood, Piano - Arif Mardin, Producer - Gene Chrisman, Drums - Reggie Young, Electric Guitar - Bishop Heywood, Percussion - Leo Leblanc, Pedal Steel Guitar - Mike Leach, Bass Guitar

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

2
Spanish Pipedream
00:02:41

Bobby Emmons, Organ - John Prine, Composer, Lyricist, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - John Christopher, Guitar - Bobby Wood, Piano - Arif Mardin, Producer - Gene Chrisman, Drums - Reggie Young, Electric Guitar - Bishop Heywood, Percussion - Leo Leblanc, Pedal Steel Guitar - Mike Leach, Bass Guitar

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

3
Hello in There
00:04:31

Bobby Emmons, Organ - John Prine, Composer, Lyricist, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - John Christopher, Guitar - Bobby Wood, Piano - Arif Mardin, Producer - Gene Chrisman, Drums - Reggie Young, Electric Guitar - Bishop Heywood, Percussion - Leo Leblanc, Pedal Steel Guitar - Mike Leach, Bass Guitar

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

4
Sam Stone
00:04:17

Bobby Emmons, Organ - John Prine, Composer, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - John Christopher, Guitar - Bobby Wood, Piano - Arif Mardin, Producer - Gene Chrisman, Drums - Reggie Young, Electric Guitar - Bishop Heywood, Percussion - Leo Leblanc, Pedal Steel Guitar - Mike Leach, Bass Guitar

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

5
Paradise
00:03:14

John Prine, Composer, Lyricist, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - Arif Mardin, Producer - Neal Rosengarden, Bass Guitar - STEVE GOODMAN, Acoustic Guitar - Dave Prine, Violin

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

6
Pretty Good
00:03:38

Bobby Emmons, Organ - John Prine, Composer, Lyricist, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - John Christopher, Guitar - Bobby Wood, Piano - Arif Mardin, Producer - Gene Chrisman, Drums - Reggie Young, Electric Guitar - Bishop Heywood, Percussion - Leo Leblanc, Pedal Steel Guitar - Mike Leach, Bass Guitar

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

7
Your Flag Decal Won't Get You into Heaven Anymore
00:02:52

Bobby Emmons, Organ - John Prine, Composer, Lyricist, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - John Christopher, Guitar - Bobby Wood, Piano - Arif Mardin, Producer - Gene Chrisman, Drums - Reggie Young, Electric Guitar - Bishop Heywood, Percussion - Leo Leblanc, Pedal Steel Guitar - Mike Leach, Bass Guitar

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

8
Far from Me
00:03:42

Bobby Emmons, Organ - John Prine, Composer, Lyricist, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - John Christopher, Guitar - Bobby Wood, Piano - Arif Mardin, Producer - Gene Chrisman, Drums - Reggie Young, Electric Guitar - Bishop Heywood, Percussion - Leo Leblanc, Pedal Steel Guitar - Mike Leach, Bass Guitar

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

9
Angel from Montgomery
00:03:47

Bobby Emmons, Organ - John Prine, Composer, Lyricist, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - John Christopher, Guitar - Bobby Wood, Piano - Arif Mardin, Producer - Gene Chrisman, Drums - Reggie Young, Electric Guitar - Bishop Heywood, Percussion - Leo Leblanc, Pedal Steel Guitar - Mike Leach, Bass Guitar

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

10
Quiet Man
00:02:53

Bobby Emmons, Organ - John Prine, Composer, Lyricist, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - John Christopher, Guitar - Bobby Wood, Piano - Arif Mardin, Producer - Gene Chrisman, Drums - Reggie Young, Electric Guitar - Bishop Heywood, Percussion - Leo Leblanc, Pedal Steel Guitar - Mike Leach, Bass Guitar

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records.

11
Donald and Lydia
00:04:30

Bobby Emmons, Organ - John Prine, Composer, Lyricist, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - John Christopher, Guitar - Bobby Wood, Piano - Arif Mardin, Producer - Gene Chrisman, Drums - Reggie Young, Electric Guitar - Bishop Heywood, Percussion - Leo Leblanc, Pedal Steel Guitar - Mike Leach, Bass Guitar

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

12
Six O'Clock News
00:02:52

Bobby Emmons, Organ - John Prine, Composer, Lyricist, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - John Christopher, Guitar - Bobby Wood, Piano - Arif Mardin, Producer - Gene Chrisman, Drums - Reggie Young, Electric Guitar - Bishop Heywood, Percussion - Leo Leblanc, Pedal Steel Guitar - Mike Leach, Bass Guitar

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

13
Flashback Blues
00:02:33

John Prine, Composer, Lyricist, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - Arif Mardin, Producer - Gene Chrisman, Tambourine - STEVE GOODMAN, Acoustic Guitar - Bishop Heywood, Drums - Mike Leach, Bass Guitar - Noel Gilbert, Violin

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

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A revelation upon its release, this album is now a collection of standards: "Illegal Smile," "Hello in There," "Sam Stone," "Donald and Lydia," and, of course, "Angel from Montgomery." Prine's music, a mixture of folk, rock, and country, is deceptively simple, like his pointed lyrics, and his easy vocal style adds a humorous edge that makes otherwise funny jokes downright hilarious.
© William Ruhlmann /TiVo

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