John Denver's Greatest Hits - John Denver

John Denver's Greatest Hits

John Denver

  • Genre : Country
  • Release Date : 1970-01-01
  • Content Advisory :
  • Country : USA
  • Track : 11

  • ℗ This compilation (P) 1973 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment


Title Artist Time
1 Take Me Home, Country Roads John Denver 3:13 Download Play Now
2 Follow Me John Denver 2:57 Download Play Now
3 Starwood In Aspen John Denver 3:15 Download Play Now
4 For Baby (For Bobbie) John Denver 2:59 Download Play Now
5 Rhymes and Reasons John Denver 3:17 Download Play Now
6 Leaving, On a Jet Plane John Denver 4:08 Download Play Now
7 The Eagle and the Hawk John Denver 2:16 Download Play Now
8 Sunshine on My Shoulders John Denver 5:14 Download Play Now
9 Goodbye Again John Denver 3:41 Download Play Now
10 Poems, Prayers and Promises John Denver 4:41 Download Play Now
11 Rocky Mountain High John Denver 4:43 Download Play Now

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    I have been a John Denver since 1968 when I met him at a peace rally. Back them John was just a kind, loving man with a guitar. But when he opened his mouth out poured his heart and together with his well played guitar his gift of music was unlike anything that I have ever heard before or since. John Denver’s talent came from only one place, directly from the hand of God himself. John’s music is as relevant today as it was fifty years ago and every bit as soul stirring.
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    By Wardhorde
    Usually greatest hits albums are used to summarize an artist's career. When this album was released, Denver had had two Top Ten songs - Take Me Home, Country Roads and Rocky Mountain High - and penned a hit for Peter, Paul and Mary (Leaving, On A Jet Plane). This album included those hits and other album cuts that Denver considered his best work, some of which he re-recorded because he wanted to change arrangements or thought he was singing better than when he started. The album made him a star and sold over 10 million copies. The Eagle and the Hawk, a new arrangement with a full orchestra, is particularly a terrific track in this new album. While it only summarizes his career to the end of 1973, it is a good place to start if you are interested in exploring Denver's work. There are more comprehensive hits packages that include his later hits (Annie's Song, Thank God I'm a Country Boy, etc.) so this is not the album to get if you only want one Denver album, but these versions could be considered the definitive versions in Denver's mind of these songs.