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John Denver

John Denver

One of the most popular recording artists of the 1970s, country-folk singer/songwriter John Denver's gentle, environmentally conscious music established him among the most beloved entertainers of his era; wholesome and clean-cut, his appeal extended to fans of all ages and backgrounds, and led to parallel careers as both an actor and a humanitarian.

Born Henry John Deutschendorf in Roswell, NM, on December 31, 1943, he was raised in an Air Force family, and grew up in various regions of the southwestern U.S.

Albums by John Denver

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Live At The Sydney Opera House
Released: 1999
Tracks: 15
Including: Moreton Bay
album by John Denver
Portrait
Released: 1999
Tracks: 29
Including: What One Man Can Do
album by John Denver
The Best Of John Denver
Released: 1998
Tracks: 14
Including: Leaving On A Jet Plane
album by John Denver
Forever John
Released: 1998
Tracks: 12
Including: Mr Bojangles
album by John Denver
Greatest Country Hits
Released: 1998
Tracks: 18
Including: What's On Your Mind
album by John Denver
All Aboard
Released: 1997
Tracks: 16
Including: I've Been Working On The Railroad
album by John Denver
Annie's Song
Released: 1997
Tracks: 10
Including: Thanks To You
album by John Denver
The Best Of John Denver Live
Released: 1997
Tracks: 17
Including: Wild Montana Skies
album by John Denver
Calypso
Released: 1997
Tracks: 10
Including: The Flower That Shattered The Stone
album by John Denver
Celebration Of Life
Released: 1997
Tracks: 12
Including: Whispering Jesse
album by John Denver
John Denver Collection
Released: 1997
Tracks: 50
Including: The Foxfire Suite
album by John Denver
Higher Ground
Released: 1989
Tracks: 12
Including: Higher Ground
album by John Denver
One World
Released: 1986
Tracks: 11
Including: True Love Takes Time
album by John Denver
Dreamland Express
Released: 1985
Tracks: 11
Including: Trail Of Tears
album by John Denver
Greatest Hits, Volume 3
Released: 1985
Tracks: 11
Including: Dancing With The Mountains
album by John Denver
It's About Time
Released: 1983
Tracks: 11
Including: World Game
album by John Denver
John Denver
Released: 1979
Tracks: 16
Including: You're So Beautiful
album by John Denver
Greatest Hits, Volume 2
Released: 1977
Tracks: 12
Including: Annie's Song
album by John Denver
I Want To Live
Released: 1977
Tracks: 11
Including: To The Wild Country
album by John Denver
Evening With John Denver
Released: 1975
Tracks: 21
Including: The Eagle And The Hawk
album by John Denver
Rocky Mountain Christmas
Released: 1975
Tracks: 17
Including: A Baby Just Like You
album by John Denver
Back Home Again
Released: 1974
Tracks: 11
Including: This Old Guitar
album by John Denver
Farewell Andromeda
Released: 1973
Tracks: 10
Including: Sweet Misery
album by John Denver
Greatest Hits
Released: 1973
Tracks: 11
Including: Starwood In Aspen
album by John Denver
Rocky Mountain High
Released: 1972
Tracks: 1
Including: Rocky Mountain High
album by John Denver
Poems, Prayers And Promises
Released: 1971
Tracks: 12
Including: Sunshine On My Shoulders
album by John Denver
Take Me To Tomorrow
Released: 1970
Tracks: 11
Including: Forest Lawn
album by John Denver
Whose Garden Was This?
Released: 1970
Tracks: 11
Including: The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
album by John Denver
Rhymes And Reasons
Released: 1969
Tracks: 13
Including: Rhymes And Reasons

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dummy Guest wrote on 3rd Oct 2007, 7:37h:
Dear prasoon:

Why? Why is he the best?

Well....... - since - he sold more albums than ANYONE ELSE for the entire decade of 1970-79, with spritually themed music in which the artist refused to endorse the status quo, ("If it feels good, do it
now."), seeking instead to make a btter day. I think I've answered my own question, which is:

When John Denver died, were all his Masters slated for final destruction in his will? Has America forgotten their folk singing hero of the 70s? Ask anyone
under 30 to name three John Denver songs, and wait......(waiting.. - ....). - I've rarely seen a musician/movie actor blackballed this way. What gives? Is my town just an anti J Denver black hole. After all, Buddy Holley was from here, but Denver went to
Texas Tech (also here, as well as John Hinckley later), while Meatloaf was at Lubbock Christian College before them all. (1971 or 72).

So, why is John Denver so ignored, just because he's dead?
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dummy Guest wrote on 18th Dec 2006, 0:29h:
He is the best
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