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John Prine Fair & Square

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catalog number: CDOBR034

weight in Kg 0,107

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John Prine: Fair & Square

(2005/OH BOY) 14 tracks - digipac
 

Songs

Prine, John - Fair & Square CD 1
1: Glory Of True Love
2: Crazy As A Loon
3: Long Monday
4: Taking A Walk
5: Some Humans Ain't Human
6: My Darlin' Hometown
7: Morning Train
8: The Moon Is Down
9: Clay Pigeons
10: She Is My Everything
11: I Hate It When That Happens To Me
12: Bear Creek Blues
13: Other Side Of Town
14: Safety Joe

 

Artikeleigenschaften von John Prine: Fair & Square

  • Interpret: John Prine

  • Albumtitel: Fair & Square

  • Format CD
  • Genre Country

  • Title Fair & Square
  • Release date 2005
  • Label OH BOY

  • SubGenre Country - General

  • EAN: 0094012003425

  • weight in Kg 0.107
 
 

Artist description "Prine, John"

JOHN PRINE

Angel From Montgomery

recorded probably July 8, 1971 at American Recording Studio, Danny Thomas Blvd., Memphis, Tennessee; produced by Arif Mardin

with John Prine: vocal, guitar; Reggie Young: lead guitar; Leo LeBlanc: pedal steel guitar; John Christopher: guitar; Bobby Emmons: organ; Bobby Wood: piano; Mike Leach: bass; Gene Chrisman: drums; Bishop Heywood: percussion

Atlantic SD 8296 (LP)

 

In Chicago, John Prine befriended folkie Steve Goodman, who played one of Prine's songs at a show attended by Kris Kristofferson. Blown away by the song, Kristofferson and his unlikely pal, Paul Anka, went to see Prine at the Earl in Chicago. "The club had closed, but the door was open,” Prine said. "The chairs were turned up on the tables, and I was waiting around to get paid.” When Kristofferson and Anka arrived, Prine pulled his guitar out of the case and ran down a few songs. Kristofferson invited Prine and Goodman to perform with him in New York. Atlantic's Jerry Wexler was in the audience. "The next day, I signed a record contract,” Prine said. "It was just that quick.” Anka became his first manager.

 

Angel from Montgomery was one of thirteen varied, consequential, and above all evocative songs on Prine's first album. It has been covered by Bonnie Raitt, Susan Tedeschi, and many others, most of them women. Talking to Paul Zollo, Prine said that the song was almost a cowrite with another Chicago folkie, Eddie Holstein. One afternoon, they tried to write a song together, and Eddie suggested a song about an older person. Prine said he'd already done that with Hello In There. Then he said, "How about a song about a middle-aged woman who feels older than she is.” Holstein laughed it off, but Prine stuck with it. "I went home. I had this real vivid image of a woman standing over dish water with soap on her hands, walking away from it all. I let it pour out of that character's heart. She just wanted an angel to come to take her away from all this." Why Montgomery? Because everyone knows Hank Williams was from there. Elaborating later, Prine said, he likes to write from the point of view of characters other than himself. Male fiction writers create female characters, so songwriters should have the same freedom. "There's no gender when it comes to being a writer,” he said.  

 

Various - Truckers, Kickers, Cowboy Angels Vol.04, The Blissed-Out Birth Of Country Rock 1971 (2-CD)

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