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John Denver: A joyful and intelligent man - Source: Telegraph - London - UK [Music] John was a deeply complex person, as are many artists below personality.
John Denver gets a modern makeover - Source: Telegraph - London - UK [Music] The cast list is varied and impressive for the 14 songs - younger acts such as My Morning Jacket, Kathleen Edward, Brandi Carlile, Train, Brett Dennen and Milow, joining country giants such as Emmylou Harris, Mary Chapin Carpenter and Lucinda Williams - and the result is a really good album.
The Friday Morning Listen: Cat Power "“ What Would The Community Think (1996) - Source: Something Else! I saw a comment yesterday"¦somebody wondering what was going on with all of the "new" love for John Denver.
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John Denver (December 31, 1943 "“ October 12, 1997) was born with the name Henry John Deutschendorf Jr. in Roswell, N.M. One of America’s most popular performers in the ’70s, Denver’s rise to fame began when he was “discovered” in a Los Angeles nightclub. He initially joined the Back Porch Majority, a nursery group for the renowned New Christy Minstrels, but, tiring of his role there, he left for The Chad Mitchell Trio where he forged a reputation as a talented songwriter. With the departure of the last original member, the Mitchell Trio became known as Denver, Boise and Johnson, but their brief lifespan ended when Denver embarked on a solo career in 1969. One of his compositions, “Leaving On A Jet Plane,” provided an international hit for Peter, Paul and Mary. Subsequent releases garnered some attention, but it was not until the 1971 release of Poems, Prayers & Promises that the singer enjoyed popular acclaim with “Take Me Home, Country Roads.” It marked the first of six gold singles. Following the successes of “Sunshine on My Shoulders” and “Annie’s Song,” Denver made regular appearances on the country charts in 1974 and 1975 with the No. 1 hits “Back Home Again,” “Thank God I’m A Country Boy” and “I’m Sorry.” In 1975, he was awarded the CMA award for entertainer of the year, which prompted Charlie Rich to ignite the envelope revealing him as the winner. Learn more about John Denver