Label: Atlantic - TP 18202 • Format: 8-Track Cartridge Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country
· Prime Prine - The Best Of John Prine (LP, Compilation) Atlantic. SD Canada. Prime Prine - The Best Of John Prine (8-Track Cartridge, Compilation) Atlantic/5(12).
· Prime Prine: The Best of John Prine Review by William Ruhlmann Atlantic Records' compilation of John Prine 's first four albums was good for its time (and became his only gold record), but was later superseded by Rhino's Great Days anthology/10(39).
Prime Prine: The Best of John Prine. Prime Prine is a compilation album by American folk singer John Prine, released in It concluded Prine's run with Atlantic Records. No one associated with Prine had anything to do with the release, with the singer telling Goldmine in , "A friend of ours in the art department called us one night and snuck us into the place so we could at least look at the cover Genre: Folk.
· I've been a John Prine fan since his self-titled album came out. Since then, "Illegal Smile," "Your Flag Decal Won't Get You into Heaven Anymore," "Angel from Montgomery," and "Donald and Lydia" have all become classics of the neo-folk singer/songwriter genre/5().
John Prine (born Octo in Maywood, Illinois-died April 7, in Nashville, Tennessee) was an American country/folk singer-songwriter who has achieved widespread critical (and some commercial) success since the early s. The son of William Prine and Verna Hamm, his grandfather had played guitar with Merle Travis and he started playing guitar himself at 14 years old.
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