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Genres: Folk, Pop, Rock
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Beautiful music here!
(5 out of 5 stars)
"When I bouth this cd I did not expect it to be filled with great songs that I never heard John Denver sing before. It's woth the price just to hear John sing "Four Strong Wings" but the biggest surprise here is the very emotional "No One" which will bring a tear or two to your eyes. If you are a fan of John Denver, you really must hear the music on this CD."
(5 out of 5 stars)
"committed(or should be!)John Denver fan.I'm completely in awe as how RCA could keep the majority of these jewels out of circulation for 20 yrs., but if they've got more in store for the near future, I will probably forgive them!! I've been re-captivated by songs live "River", and "Four strong winds", and can't get them out of my mind, as if John is still in our midst, and I know that there are many of you out there that are also experiencing the same feeling of loss, especially at this season of good will towards men. John would want us to be kind to all at this time of the birth of Jesus, and throughout the year. Thanks, John for one more "final" gift. Sing with the angels, my friend. Steve...North Coast...12/14/98 end transmission....."
Martin W. Ward | Littleton, CO USA | 10/15/1998
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This disc is well worth the attention of anyone who likes the music of John Denver. It contains 10 previously unreleased songs, and two alternative versions of songs. The unreleased songs are gems. Unlike some artists unreleased material, which were unreleased for a good reason, these are fully crafted songs with Denver's clear tenor voice strong, covering a period from 1969 to 1980. Several are from an unreleased album from 1979-1980, and all are terrific. A cover of Ian Tyson's "Four Strong Winds" is particularly affecting. A couple songs have writer unknown in the credits, but they are clearly the work of Denver, with images of eagles, flying, freedom, and mountains that were his specialty. Listening to this CD makes the current condition of pop music seem all the more banal."