Night Fever Music
180 Gram Vinyl Record
Limited edition 180-gram reissue on orange vinyl, pressed by RTI
Mastered by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music Studios & Capitol Mastering in Hollywood
John Denver was a musical phenomenon with a legendary musical career breaking wide open in the late 1960s. Featuring a plethora of hit recordings in pop, country and adult genres, he shared his vocal talents with millions of fans with his records, concerts and top rated television shows and movies for over three decades.
With the release of this album in 1971, John Denver delivered the songs that would soon propel him into superstardom. All the elements he then used to achieve such singular fame and fortune as the best-selling and most popular singer of the 1970s is here, from his fabulously successful first hit "Take Me Home, Country Roads" to the under- appreciated counterculture anthem "Poems, Prayers And Promises."
Denver almost single-handedly began the outdoor backpacking, hiking, and orienteering movements by popularizing the idea of nature as an important element in modern life, and more than a few of the young babyboomers, like John, were more than ready for the kind of unconventional intimacy with nature he sang about so effortlessly and so elegantly. From "Sunshine On My Shoulders" to "I Guess He'd Rather Be In Colorado", Denver's song soar in their description of the beauties of the natural life and in being close to the "great wide-open'.
|Poems, Prayers and Promises|
|Let It Be|
|My Sweet Lady|
|Take Me Home, Country Roads|
|I Guess He'd Rather Be In Colorado|
|Sunshine On My Shoulders|
|Around And Around|
|Fire and Rain|
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