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Back Home Again


Download links and information about Back Home Again by John Denver. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Country, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 45:22 minutes.

Artist: John Denver
Release date: 2005
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Country, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 14
Duration: 45:22
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No. Title Length
1. Back Home Again 4:47
2. On The Road 2:37
3. Grandma's Feather Bed 2:18
4. Matthew 3:47
5. Thank God I'm A Country Boy 3:13
6. The Music Is You 1:29
7. Annie's Song 3:00
8. It's Up To You 2:29
9. Cool An' Green An' Shady 3:09
10. Eclipse 3:44
11. Sweet Surrender 5:29
12. This Old Guitar 2:50
13. Matthew (alternate version) 3:54
14. This Old Guitar (alternate take) 2:36



On Back Home Again, John Denver was in one of the brighter and more spirited moments of his career. It features a plethora of uplifting, merry, and lyrically witty songs written and arranged by Denver and played with the most charming and delightful of backup bands. Highlights include the humor of "Grandma's Feather Bed," the poignancy of "Matthew," and the spirit and delight of "Thank God I'm a Country Boy." A well-orchestrated recording under his label, RCA, Denver makes clear to his fans and listeners of new and old that the "music is in you." Opening up the second side of this 1974 recording is the ever so romantic tearjerker, a song for his wife, "Annie's Song," certainly one of Denver's finest achievements. The highlight of the record finds him playing six-string guitar, with Steve Weisberg on lead guitar, Dick Kniss on bass, John Sommers on mandolin, and Jim Gordon on percussion, with the creativity of Lee Holdridge and his orchestral arrangement. Two more songs come along during this 12-song set with the hearty "Sweet Surrender," and the heartfelt "This Old Guitar." Lazy days, and summer days, and windy days, and rainy days may encourage the listener to find him- or herself listening to this recording under a shady tree, as the joyful tune "Cool an' Green an' Shady" illustrates. John Denver pulls out all the stops to create, and experience himself, one of his finer recordings of the '70s. [Back Home Again was reissued in 2005 in a remastered and expanded edition that included extensive liner notes, photos, and bonus alternate versions of "Matthew" and "This Old Guitar"] ~ Shawn M. Haney, Rovi