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Murray The Cop - Drinking John Denver's Blood album flac

  • Performer: Murray The Cop
  • Title: Drinking John Denver's Blood
  • Size FLAC ver: 1728 mb
  • Date of release: 1988
  • Style: Pop Rock, Indie Rock, New Wave, Psychedelic Rock, Experimental, Minimal
  • Other formats: AUD MMF RA AHX MP1 VOC MP2
  • Genre: Electronic / Rock / Pop
  • Rating: 4.6 of 5
Murray The Cop - Drinking John Denver's Blood album flac

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As featured on The Essential John Denver.

Denver released his first commercial studio album, Rhymes and Reasons, the same year, which he promoted through an informal tour - playing free gigs and bagging local radio airtime as the writer of Leaving on a Jet Plane. His invasion of the American charts began quickly. In 1971, Take Me Home, Country Roads reached the number two spot, and was followed with a string of number one hits and successful albums. Three years later, his music was honored with the first significant recognition with the Academy of Country Music award for Album of the Year, for Back Home Again.

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Tracklist

A1 A Dog & His Boy
A2 The Storm
A3 Rainbow
A4 Food For The Mind
A5 Grain
A6 Dead Men Know All The Answers
A7 When Things Were Nice
A8 Mothersatan
A9 Impetigo
B1 Burnt Down Martian Garage
B2 Roy Diego
B3 Secrets Of Sin
B4 New Beings In Town
B5 Goodbyes
B6 As The Time Runs Out

Notes

Country Roads, take me home...

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