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John Prine - Diamonds In The Rough

Tracklist

1The Torch Singer
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – John PrineBass – Steve BurghDobro – Dave PrineMandolin – David Bromberg
2:52
2Souvenirs
Acoustic Guitar, Harmony Vocals – Steve GoodmanAcoustic Guitar, Vocals – John Prine
3:32
3The Frying Pan
Acoustic Guitar, Other [Fills], Harmony Vocals – Steve GoodmanAcoustic Guitar, Vocals – John PrineBanjo – Dave PrineBass – Steve BurghMandolin – David Bromberg
1:47
4Yes I Guess They Oughta Name A Drink After You
Acoustic Guitar – Steve GoodmanAcoustic Guitar, Vocals – John PrineBass – Steve BurghDobro – David BrombergFiddle – Dave Prine
2:06
5Rocky Mountain Time
Acoustic Guitar, Other [Fills] – Steve GoodmanAcoustic Guitar, Vocals – John PrineBass – Steve BurghElectric Guitar – David Bromberg
3:03
6Diamonds In The Rough
Vocals – Dave Prine, John Prine, Steve GoodmanWritten-By – A.P. Carter
1:49
7Everybody
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – John PrineBass – Steve BurghElectric Guitar – David BrombergHarmony Vocals, Hihat [Hi-hat] – Steve Goodman
2:43
8Late John Garfield Blues
Acoustic Guitar, Other [Fills] – David BrombergAcoustic Guitar, Vocals – John PrineBass, Drums – Steve BurghElectric Guitar – Steve Goodman
3:02
9Sour Grapes
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – John Prine
2:00
10Clocks And Spoons
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – John PrineArranged By – Lou DesioBass – Steve BurghElectric Guitar – David Bromberg
3:10
11Take The Star Out Of The Window
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – John PrineMandolin – David Bromberg
2:06
12The Great Compromise
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – John Prine
4:57
13Billy The Bum
Acoustic Guitar, Dobro – David BrombergAcoustic Guitar, Vocals – John PrineHarmony Vocals – Dave Prine
4:41

Credits

  • Design [Album], Art DirectionRichard Mantel
  • EngineerGene Paul (tracks: A1 to B3, B5), Lee Hahn (tracks: B4, B6)
  • Lacquer Cut ByGP
  • Photography ByEd Caraeff
  • ProducerArif Mardin
  • Remix [Re-Mixed By]Arif Mardin, Gene Paul
  • Written-ByJohn Prine (tracks: A1 to B5)

Notes

This version: Broadway address along bottom of labels; PR matrix number suffix.

Issued with a single sheet lyric insert.

All the selections are published by Cotillion, BMI except B6 which is published by Peer International, BMI.

Recorded at Atlantic Recording Studios, New York, N.Y.

Special thanks to Al Bunetta

Steve Goodman appears on this album through the courtesy of Buddah Records, Inc.
David Bromberg appears on this album through the courtesy of Columbia Records.

℗ © 1972 Atlantic Recording Corporation [back cover]
℗ 1972 Atlantic [labels]

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): (ST-A-722593 PR)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): (ST-A-722594 PR)
  • Matrix / Runout (A-side runout, etched ["PR" is upside down]): ST-A-722593 A AT/GP PR
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side runout, etched ["PR" is upside down]): ST-A-722594 A AT/GP PR
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Other (Price code [on jacket spine]): 0598

Companies

  • Manufactured By – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Recorded At – Atlantic Studios
  • Published By – Cotillion Music
  • Published By – Peer International
  • Record Company – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Copyright (c) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic
  • Printed By – Shorewood Packaging
  • Mastered At – Atlantic Studios
  • Pressed By – Presswell

Info

Diamonds in the Rough is the second studio album by American country-folk singer-songwriter John Prine, released in 1972. Diamonds in the Rough was recorded at Atlantic Recording Studios in New York City. The album's sound homed in on the Appalachian high lonesome influences evident on Prine's eponymous debut LP and its bluegrass instrumentation reflects Prine's fascination with early American folk and country music. The album was produced by Arif Mardin and features Prine's brother Dave on dobro. Diamonds In The Rough - John Prine. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. LATEST PLAYLIST. This Is John Prine. Album Details. Diamonds In The Rough. Jan 01 1972. John Prine's second album was a cut below his first, only because the debut was a classic and the followup was merely terrific. Sour Grapes showed Prine's cracked sense of humor and Souvenirs his sentiment. Even if it was the second rank of his writing, Diamonds in the Rough demonstrated that Prine had an enduring talent that wasn't exhausted by one great album. Songs in album John Prine - Diamonds In The Rough 1972. John Prine - Everybody. John Prine - The Torch Singer. John Prine - Souvenirs. John Prine - The Late John Garfield Blues. John Prine - Sour Grapes. John Prine. Diamonds in the Rough. Preview Preview. 313 tracks313. Released 1972. Diamonds In The Rough Tracklist. Everybody Lyrics. The Torch Singer Lyrics. Souvenirs Lyrics. The Late John Garfield Blues Lyrics. Sour Grapes Lyrics. Billy the Bum Lyrics. The Frying Pan Lyrics. Because John Prines eponymous 1971 debut spawned several songs that became folk or country standards, that first album tends to overshadow its follow-up. The truth is that Diamonds in the Rough contains as many sterling songs as John Prine, and it also boasts a slightly ragged edge befitting a young artist still uncovering his immense powers. The band here includes Prines longtime Chicago compatriots Steve Goodman on guitar and older brother Dave Prine on mandolin alongside master session men guitarist Dave Bromberg and bassistdrummer Steve Burgh. Diamonds In the Rough, 1981. Everybody, 02:47. The Torch Singer, 02:56. The Late John Garfield Blues, 03:04. Sour Grapes, 02:05. The Frying Pan, 01:52

John Prine - Diamonds In The Rough

Performer: John Prine

Title: Diamonds In The Rough

Country: US

Release date: 1972

Label: Atlantic

Style: Folk

Catalog: SD 7240

Genre: Folk and World

Size MP3: 2299 mb

Size FLAC: 1617 mb

Rating: 4.1 / 5

Votes: 770

Record source: Vinyl, LP, Album

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