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Jim | College Station, Texas United States | 01/15/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"When I was a kid, I wore this record out--and Denver inspired me to learn to play guitar, so I'm forever in his debt. This is the most accessible of his albums; however, it also has some of his best work. The title track--which he wrote with Joe Henry--might be his best song. This coupled with "The Wings That Fly Us Home" from his follow-up ("Spirit")are lyrically and musically inspired. Plus it has his hits. I think of all his love songs, "I'm Sorry" is probably the most honest one he ever wrote--really gives an insight into his personality, as well as his willingness to be vulnerable in his own art."
Many years ago
Piga Giulio Tomaso | Sassari,Italy | 03/18/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I bought this LP many years ago,in 1976.It was the first LP I bought but I like it very much even today.Excuse me for my English,I studied it twenty years ago and I don't remember it very well.Greetings from Sassari,Sardinia,Italy.
Poor Remastering, Shame on BMG!!!
AsiancCharm | Frisco, Texas, USA | 03/25/2010
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Don't get it wrong. Two stars are given to reflect the poor digital remastering of this album. Windsong is actually my all-time favorite John Denver album and deserves more than 5 stars!!!!! If you are a die-hard John Denver fan like me, get the K24 bit remastering CD (now out-of-print, but vendors on Amazon's marketplace are still selling some of the rare copies, also read my other review for the Japanese Pressing of this CD on Amazon)."