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John Prine - Common Sense

Tracklist

1Fobidden Jimmy
Backing Vocals – Brooks Hunnicutt, Gwen Edwards, Pat CoulterBass – Donald "Duck" DunnCongas, Percussion – Mailto CorreaDrums, Percussion – Peter BunettaElectric Guitar – Steve GoodmanHorns – Jack Hale, Wayne JacksonOrgan – James BrownPiano – Alan HandWritten-By – John Prine
2:52
2Come Back To Us Barbara Lewis Hare Krishna Beauregard
Acoustic Guitar [Slide] – Rick VitoBass – Tommy CatheyDrums – Peter BunettaElectric Guitar – Paul Cannon, Steve GoodmanHarmony Vocals – Bonnie RaittOrgan – James BrownPiano – Larry MuhoberacSteel Guitar – Leo LeBlancWritten-By – John Prine
3:17
3My Own Best Friend
Bass – Tommy CatheyDrums – Peter BunettaElectric Guitar – Glenn Frey, Paul CannonElectric Guitar, Slide Guitar – Rick VitoOrgan – James BrownPiano – Larry MuhoberacWritten-By – John Prine
3:12
4Common Sense
Acoustic Guitar [Lead] – Steve GoodmanBacking Vocals – Glenn Frey, Jackson Browne, John David SoutherBass – Tommy CatheyDrums – Peter BunettaElectric Guitar – Paul Cannon, Rick VitoOrgan – James BrownPiano – Larry MuhoberacSteel Guitar – Leo LeBlancStrings, Arranged By – Carl MarshWritten By – John Prine
3:07
5Wedding Day In Funeralville
Backing Vocals – Glenn Frey, Herb Pedersen, John David SoutherBass – Tommy CatheyDrums – Peter BunettaElectric Guitar – Paul Cannon, Rick VitoOrgan – James BrownPiano – Larry MuhoberacWritten-By – John Prine
2:25
6Middle Man
Acoustic Guitar – Steve GoodmanBass – Tommy CatheyDrums – Peter BunettaElectric Guitar – Paul Cannon, Rick VitoHorns – Andrew Love, Jack Hale, James Mitchell, Lewis Collins , Wayne JacksonPiano – James BrownWritten-By – John Prine
2:29
7He Was In Heaven Before He Died
Acoustic Guitar – Steve GoodmanBacking Vocals – Steve GoodmanBass – Steve Spear Organ [Pump] – James BrownSteel Guitar – Leo LeblancWritten-By – John Prine
2:12
8That Close To You
Backing Vocals – Brooks Hunnicutt, Gwen Edwards, Pat CoulterBass – Tommy CatheyDrums – Peter BunettaElectric Guitar – Paul Cannon, Rick VitoHorns – Chuck Findley, Jackie Kelson, Jim HornOrgan – James BrownPiano – Larry MuhoberacSteel Guitar – Leo LeblancWritten-By – John Prine
2:45
9You Never Can Tell
Backing Vocals – Al Bunetta, Alan Hand, Danny Cronin, Greg Jackson, John PrineBass – Tommy CatheyDrums, Backing Vocals – Peter BunettaElectric Guitar – Paul Cannon, Rick VitoHorns – Chuck Findley, Jackie Kelson, Jim HornPiano – Larry MuhoberacWritten-By – Chuck Berry
3:17
10Way Down
Bass – Tommy CatheyDrums – Peter BunettaElectric Guitar – Paul CannonElectric Guitar, Slide Guitar – Rick VitoPiano, Organ – James BrownSteel Guitar – Leo LeblancStrings, Arranged By – Carl MarshWritten-By – John Prine
2:21
11Saddle In The Rain
Acoustic Guitar – Steve GoodmanBacking Vocals – Brooks Hunnicutt, Gwen Edwards, Pat CoulterBass – Donald "Duck" DunnCongas – Mailto CorreaDrums – Peter BunettaElectric Guitar – Steve CropperHorns – Andrew Love, Jack Hale, James Mitchell, Lewis Collins , Wayne JacksonOrgan – James BrownPiano – Alan HandWritten-By – John Prine
3:30

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SD 18127John Prine Common Sense ‎(LP, Album, Mon)AtlanticSD 18127US1975
SD 18127John Prine Common Sense ‎(LP, Album)AtlanticSD 18127Canada1975
SD 18127John Prine Common Sense ‎(LP, Album, RI)AtlanticSD 18127US1975
SD18127John Prine Common Sense ‎(LP, Album, RE)AtlanticSD18127CanadaUnknown
K 50137John Prine Common Sense ‎(LP)AtlanticK 50137UK1975

Credits

  • Art DirectionBob Defrin
  • DesignPaula Scher
  • EngineerBarry Rudolph, Richard Rosebrough
  • Engineer, RemixRon Capone
  • Illustration [Concept]Al Bunetta
  • Illustration [Front & Rear Cover]Charles B. Slackman
  • Mastered ByGP
  • Producer, RemixSteve Cropper
  • Written-By, Acoustic Guitar, VocalsJohn Prine

Notes

"PR" at end of label matrix and etched in runout indicates a Presswell pressing.

Issued with Lyric Sheet Insert and "Compositions from Atlantic/Atco" Inner-Sleeve.

Recorded at Ardent Studios, Memphis, Tennessee and Larabee Studios, Los Angeles, California, Remixed at Ardent

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): ST-A-753331 PR
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): ST-A-753332 PR
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A, Etched): ST-A-753331A AT/GP PR
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B, Etched): ST-A-753332-D AT/GP PR

Companies

  • Pressed By – Presswell
  • Recorded At – Ardent Studios
  • Recorded At – Larrabee Sound Studios
  • Remixed At – Ardent Studios
  • Mastered At – Atlantic Studios

Info

Common Sense is the fourth album by American folk singer and songwriter John Prine, released in 1975. Common Sense was produced by Steve Cropper and was recorded at Ardent Studios in Memphis and Larabee Studios in Los Angeles. The album features contributions from Bonnie Raitt, Glenn Frey, Jackson Browne and Steve Goodman. Bassist Donald Duck Dunn, who played in Booker T and the MGs with Cropper, plays on Forbidden Jimmy and Saddle In The Rain. The album marked the first time Prine recorded an. LATEST PLAYLIST. Album Details. Common Sense. Jan 01 1975. sense That common sense Don't make no sense No more Just between you and me It's like pulling When you ought to be shovin, Like a nun With her head in the oven Please don't tell me That this really wasn't nothing One of these days One of these nights You'll take off your hat And they'll. read you Your rights You'll wanna get high Every time you feel low Hey, Queen Isabella Stay away from that fella He'll just get you Into trouble, you know . John Prine - Common Sense 1975. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Country Music. John Prine. Songs in album John Prine - Common Sense 1975. John Prine - Middleman. John Prine - Common Sense. John Prine - Come Back To Us Barbara Lewis Hare Krishna Beauregard. John Prine - Wedding Day In Funerville. John Prine - Way Down. John Prine - My Own Best Friend. John Prine - Forbidden Jimmy. John Prine - Saddle In The Rain. John Prine -. John Prine - Common Sense from the same named album 1975. His wit is still sharp, but it no longer shines consequently, Common Sense has the unfortunate distinction of being the worst of Prine's Atlantic albums. The exceptions are Come Back to Us Barbara Lewis Hare Krishna Beauregard and He Was in Heaven Before He Died. Track Listing. Rock 1975. His first three albums had been produced by Atlantics in-house producerarranger Arif Mardin, but Common Sense was produced by Steve Cropper, the Memphis-based guitarist and songwriter for Booker T. The MGs. Middle Man is about as funky as Prine ever got. Its a world away from the dry acoustic sound of his first album, and yet his skewed humor carries over: If I could get the money in that coffee canI could open me up a lemonade standS. Listen free to John Prine Common Sense Middle Man, Common Sense and more. 11 tracks 31:26. Recorded in Memphis and Los Angeles with producer Steve Cropper, nine of John Prines ten new songs have rock settings that feature electric guitars, horns and background vocals. Against an aggressive, choppy sound, Prines material fails in its attempt to imitate the spontaneous style of Bob Dylans Bringing It All Back Home. Intended to be humorously absurd, Prines lyrics string together cryptic aphorisms with a sarcasm that is downright sophomoric. Released 1975. Common Sense Tracklist. Middleman Lyrics. Common Sense Lyrics

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John Prine - Common Sense

Performer: John Prine

Title: Common Sense

Country: US

Release date: 1975

Label: Atlantic

Style: Country Rock, Country

Catalog: SD 18127

Genre: Rock / Folk and World

Size MP3: 2312 mb

Size FLAC: 2289 mb

Rating: 4.6 / 5

Votes: 477

Record source: Vinyl, LP, Album, PR

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