John Prine - John Prine album
Sweet Revenge is the third album by American folk singer and songwriter John Prine, released in 1973. Sweet Revenge was produced by Arif Mardin and was mostly recorded at Quadraphonic Sound Studios in Nashville. As Prine biographer Eddie Huffman observes, Sweet Revenge was a full-band LP recorded in Tennessee, but the singer had grown dramatically as a vocalist and recording artist over the previous two years.
Souvenirs is the 14th studio album by John Prine, released in 2000. Originally intended for German-only release, the album consists of new performances of some of Prine's most popular early songs.
John Prine - John Prine (1971). Songs in album John Prine - John Prine (1971).
John Prine – John Prine. Label: Atlantic – SD 8296. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, MO, Monarch Pressing. Steve Goodman appears on this album through the courtesy of Buddha Records, Inc. Special thanks to Kris Kristofferson and Paul Anka.
Because of the fact that the highs show brilliance, the lows are more noticeable; he’s a good songwriter but there are indications that he can be a great one. In his liner notes Kris Kristofferson writes of Prine: Twenty-four years old and writes like he’s two-hundred and twenty. The album is well-produced, with a small back-up band used throughout. Though after seeing John perform solo at Paul Colby’s Bitter End, accompanying himself on guitar, it’s obvious that he can do well with or without. It’s good to have such a fine new talent around who is both interesting and provocative. If he’s this good this young, time should be on his side.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A3||Hello In There||4:29|
Backing Vocals – Steve GoodmanBass – Neal Rosengarden*Fiddle – Dave Prine
|B1||Your Flag Decal Won't Get You Into Heaven Anymore||2:51|
|B2||Far From Me||3:38|
|B3||Angel From Montgomery||3:43|
|B5||Donald And Lydia||4:27|
|B6||Six O'Clock News||2:49|
Drums – Bishop Heywood*Fiddle – Noel Gilbert
- Recorded At – American Sound Studio, Memphis, TN
- Recorded At – A&R Studios
- Manufactured By – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Mastered At – Atlantic Studios
- Pressed By – Monarch Record Mfg. Co.
- Acoustic Guitar – Steve Goodman (tracks: A5, B7)
- Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, Composed By – John Prine
- Bass – Mike Leach* (tracks: A1 to A4, A6 to B7)
- Design [Album], Photography By – Barry Feinstein, Camouflage Productions, Tom Wilkes
- Drums – Gene Chrisman (tracks: A1 to A4, A6 to B7)
- Engineer [Assistant] – Dale Smith*
- Lead Guitar – Reggie Young (tracks: A1 to A4, A6 to B7)
- Liner Notes – Kris Kristofferson
- Mastered By – GP*
- Organ – Bobby Emmons (tracks: A1 to A4, A6 to B7)
- Pedal Steel Guitar – Leo LeBlanc (tracks: A1 to A4, A6 to B7)
- Piano – Bobby Wood (tracks: A1 to A4, A6 to B7)
- Producer, Engineer [Remix] – Arif Mardin
- Recorded By – Stan Kesler
- Rhythm Guitar – John Christopher* (tracks: A1 to A4, A6 to B7)
NotesComes with 12"x12" lyric insert.
This version: Broadway address along bottom of labels; MO matrix number suffix.
All the selections were recorded at American Recording Studios, Memphis Tennessee, with the exception of "Paradise" which was recorded at A&R Studios, New York.
Steve Goodman appears on this album through the courtesy of Buddha Records, Inc.
Special thanks to Kris Kristofferson and Paul Anka.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A-side matrix on label): ST-A-712301-MO
- Matrix / Runout (B-side matrix on label): ST-A-712302-MO
|SD 8296||John Prine||John Prine (LP, Album, Mono, Promo)||Atlantic||SD 8296||US||1971|
|SD 8296||John Prine||John Prine (LP, Album)||Atlantic||SD 8296||Canada||1972|
|SD 8296||John Prine||John Prine (LP, Album, Promo)||Atlantic||SD 8296||US||1972|
|K40357||John Prine||John Prine (LP, Album)||Atlantic||K40357||UK||1972|
|CS 19156||John Prine||John Prine (Cass, Album, RE, Dol)||Atlantic||CS 19156||US||Unknown|