(Country-Pop) [LP] [24/96] John Denver - Коллекция (3 LP) - 1971-1977, FLAC (tracks+.cue)

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John Denver - Коллекция (3 LP)
Жанр: Country-Pop
Носитель: LP
Год выпуска: 1971, 1973, 1977
Лейбл: RCA Victor/LSP-4499//AFL1-0374/CPL1-2195
Страна-производитель: US
Аудио кодек: FLAC
Тип рипа: tracks+.cue
Формат записи: 24/96
Формат раздачи: 24/96
Продолжительность: 2:04:02
Код класса состояния винила: All Ex
Источник оцифровки: LP Rip & Full Scan LP Cover: Fran Solo
Устройство воспроизведения: Marantz 6170
Головка звукоснимателя: SHURE M97xE With JICO SAS Stylus
Предварительный усилитель: Sansui 9090DB
АЦП: E-MU 0404
Программа-оцифровщик: iZotope RX3
Обработка: ClickRepair: Only Manual
#77Год выпуска: 1971
Лейбл: RCA Victor/LSP-4499
Страна-производитель: US
Продолжительность: 39:19
A1. Poems, Prayers And Promises
A2. Let It Be
A3. My Sweet Lady
A4. Wooden Indian
A5. Junk
A6. Gospel Changes
B1. Take Me Home, Country Roads
B2. I Guess He'd Rather Be In Colorado
B3. Sunshine On My Shoulders
B4. Around And Around
B5. Fire And Rain
B6. The Box
Любой трек
Analyzed folder: /John Denver - Poems, Prayers & Promises (LP)
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DR11 -1.75 dB -17.40 dB 03 John Denver - My Sweet Lady.wav
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Official DR value: DR12
Banjo, Steel Guitar [Pedal Steel Guitar] – Eric Weissberg
Bass – Richard Kniss
Drums – Gary Chester
Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Ray Hall
Guitar – Mike Taylor
Management – Jerry Weintraub, Management 3, Ltd.
Piano – Frank Owens
Producer – Milton Okun
Producer [Production Assistant] – Jean Kaplow
Vocals – Bill Danoff (tracks: A4, A6, B1, B4), Taffy Nivert (tracks: A4, A6, B1, B4)
Vocals, Guitar – John Denver
This is my favorite album of John Denver, with memorable songs and certainly their best versions. This is the case of "Sunshine on my shoulders" with his guitar and a bass, will come a later version that adds a very sweet string orchestra. Yes, I stay with this Denver: his guitar, a bass and an occasional piano.
Fran Solo, MMXIV
After several albums in which he had allowed cover versions to dominate the sets, John Denver returned with an album, Poems, Prayers & Promises, in which he had written over half the songs. He should have had more confidence in his own songs, for this was at the beginning of a golden period for Denver when his songs would dominate the easy listening airwaves, especially his big hit singles. "Take Me Home Country Roads" and his first U.S. number one, "Sunshine on My Shoulders," both surprisingly failed to reach the charts at all in the U.K.; however, the opening title track set the scene for the whole album, pleasant acoustic songs sung by Denver backed in most cases by the picking and strumming of his acoustic guitar. So it was rather surprising that the album ended with the track "The Box," a spoken poem with no music at all, relating a story similar to Pandora, of a box that was chained and locked and labeled "Kindly do not touch, it's war." When someone did break it open, a bouncy ball – a metaphor for war – escaped and ran amok, bumping into everything, particularly the children. And no one had the wisdom to put the ball back into the box and reseal it. Sounds as if it would be awful, but really it was quite moving. Poems, Prayers & Promises was actually released in 1971 but was reissued after Rocky Mountain High nearly reached the Top Ten in 1973, and it became his second Top 20 album. Of the covers, there were two from the Beatles: "Let It Be," an even simpler version than the original, and the rather less famous "Junk" from Paul McCartney's debut solo album. He also covered the James Taylor classic "Fire and Rain," which was rather unnecessary – for it was rather insipid compared to the version the public had become familiar with less than a year previously.
Recorded At – RCA Recording Studios
Copyright © – RCA Records
#77Год выпуска: 1973
Лейбл: RCA/AFL1-0374
Страна-производитель: US
Продолжительность: 40:31
A1 Take Me Home, Country Roads
A2 Follow Me
A3 Starwood In Aspen
A4 For Baby (For Bobbie)
A5 Rhymes And Reasons
A6 Leaving, On A Jet Plane
B1 The Eagle And The Hawk
B2 Sunshine On My Shoulders
B3 Goodbye Again
B4 Poems, Prayers And Promises
B5 Rocky Mountain High
Любой трек
Analyzed folder: /John Denver ?- John Denver's Greatest Hits (LP)
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DR10 -0.48 dB -12.34 dB 04 John Denver - For Baby (For Bobbie).aiff
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Number of files: 11
Official DR value: DR11
Bass – Dick Kniss
Conductor [Conducted By] – Milton Okun (tracks: A3, B1, B2, B4)
Drums – Herb Lovelle* (tracks: A2, A3, A5 to B1, B4)
Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Ray Hall
Guitar – Mike Taylor (7) (tracks: A1, A4, B2, B3, B5), Steve Weisberg (tracks: A3, A6, B1, B4)
Guitar [6-string Guitar] – John Denver (tracks: A1 to A3, A5 to B5)
Management [John And Murphy Are Managed By] – Jerry Weintraub, Management III Ltd.*
Percussion – Gary Chester (2) (tracks: A4, B3, B5)
Piano – Frank Owens (tracks: A1 to A4, B3)
Producer – Milton Okun
Producer [Assistant Producer] – Kris O'Connor (tracks: A2, A5 to B1, B4)
Twelve-String Guitar [12-string Guitar] – John Denver (tracks: A2 to B3)
Vocals [Vocal] – John Denver
Released in 1973, Greatest Hits only sums up a handful of years of hitmaking for John Denver, but what years those were.
Between 1971 and 1973, Denver actually didn't have that many hits, but they were songs that defined him -- "Take Me Home, Country Roads," "Rocky Mountain High," and "Sunshine on My Shoulders." Those three songs, along with "Leaving on a Jet Plane" -- which he wrote but Peter, Paul & Mary made into a standard -- are all here, along with seven other early songs recorded between 1969 and 1973 that may not be familiar to the average casual fan, but all capture Denver's warm folk-pop at its best. There may be more hits on Greatest Hits, Vol. 2, but this collection is every bit as engaging as that record.
Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine, allmusic.com
Release includes inner sleeve with credits.
A1, A3, B1, B2, B4: © Copyright 1971 Cherry Lane Music Co.
A2, A5: © Copyright 1969 Cherry Lane Music Co.
A4: © Copyright 1965 Cherry Lane Music Co.
A6: © Copyright 1967 Cherry Lane Music Co.
B3, B5: © Copyright 1972 Cherry Lane Music Co.
Printed in U.S.A.
#77Год выпуска: 1977
Лейбл: RCA Victor/CPL1-2195
Страна-производитель: US
Продолжительность: 44:11
A1 Annie's Song
A2 Welcome To My Morning (Farewell Andromeda)
A3 Fly Away
A4 Like A Sad Song
A5 Looking For Space
A6 Thank God I'm A Country Boy
B1 Grandma's Feather Bed
B2 Back Home Again
B3 I'm Sorry
B4 My Sweet Lady
B5 Calypso
B6 This Old Guitar
Любой трек
Analyzed folder: /John Denver - John Denver's Greatest Hits, Volume 2 (LP)
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DR12 -1.27 dB -17.33 dB 03 John Denver - Fly Away.wav
DR15 -2.70 dB -22.12 dB 04 John Denver - Like A Sad Song.wav
DR11 -0.02 dB -14.52 dB 05 John Denver - Looking For Space.wav
DR12 -1.80 dB -16.61 dB 06 John Denver - Thank God I'm A Country Boy.wav
DR14 -1.64 dB -18.90 dB 07 John Denver - LADO 2- Grandma's Feather Bed.wav
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DR12 -4.23 dB -19.60 dB 09 John Denver - I'm Sorry.wav
DR13 -3.88 dB -22.96 dB 10 John Denver - My Sweet Lady.wav
DR12 -0.31 dB -16.10 dB 11 John Denver - Calypso.wav
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Number of files: 12
Official DR value: DR13
Bass – Dick Kniss
Co-producer – Kris O'Connor
Conductor, Arranged By [Orchestral Arrangements] – Lee Holdridge
Drums, Percussion – Hal Blaine
Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Steel Guitar [Pedal] – Steve Weisberg
Engineer – Mickey Crofford
Guitar, Banjo, Fiddle, Mandolin – John Sommers
Producer – Milton Okun
Vocals, Guitar [6 & 12-string] – John Denver
Written-By – John Denver (tracks: A1 to A5, B2 to B6)
John Denver wasn't merely hot during the mid-'70s; he was omnipresent on radio, TV, and on-stage for anyone who'd have him. Certainly, few artists enjoyed more than one greatest-hits collection -- even if critics derided him as a granola-munching, tree-hugging folky who perennially smiled through life's hardships.
But the reality of Denver's music is more complicated; behind the lush orchestration and gentle fingerpicking lies a more somber, contemplative side. In this respect, "Fly Away"'s lament about city pressures could be considered his answer to the Beatles' "Eleanor Rigby." "Like a Sad Song" and "I'm Sorry" apologize to forsaken lovers. "Looking for Space" takes a similar tack, although coupled with a yearning to explore the world outside yourself -- a theme that likely struck a chord in many listeners. Of course, Denver's ecological commitment is never far away in "Welcome to My Morning (Farewell Andromeda)" and "Calypso," his salute to the late French undersea explorer Jacques Costeau. "Annie's Song" goes further by explicitly linking nature and sensuality, while "Back Home Again" and "Grandma's Feather Bed" celebrate the pleasures of home and hearth. Anyone who's ever expressed themselves could relate to "This Old Guitar," on which Denver casts a wistful yet unsparing look at how the instrument influenced his life. As a snapshot of Denver's best-loved hits, this collection surely does the job.
Review by Ralph Heibutzki, allmusic.com
(C)1977 RCA Records, New York, N.Y. (P)1977 RCA Records, New York, N.Y.
inner lyrics sleeve
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Matrix / Runout (Run Out Groove [Stamped]-Side A): CPL1-2195 A
Matrix / Runout (Run Out Groove [Stamped]-Side B): CPL1-2195 B
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