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High Wind Blowin'The Cowboy And The LadyLast Train Done Gone DownSpringAmerican ChildFor YouYou're So BeautifulThe Game Is OverLove Is The MasterDurango Mountain CaballeroSong For The LifeNever A DoubtEasy, On Easy StreetTill You Opened My EyesYellow CatThe Christmas Song (chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire )You're Still The One For MeThe Flower That Shattered The StoneHigh Wide And HandsomeCasey's Last RideBet On The BluesWhalebones And CrossesThe Harder They FallThanks To YouThe Mountain SongStarwood In AspenWindsongWhat One Man Can DoTwo Different DirectionsWish You Were Here (postcard Du Paris)Got My Heart Set On YouPolka Dots And MoonbeamsSing AustraliaLate Night RadioSail Away HomeI'd Rather Be A Cowboy (lady's Chains)Friends With YouDeck The HallsThe Ballad Of St. Anne's ReelThe Foxfire SuiteThe Ballad Of Spiro AgnewSongs Of...Cowboy's DelightRocky Mountain SuiteFallEl PasoAnthem - RevelationSpanish Pipe DreamLet Us Begin (What Are We Making Weapons For)It Amazes MeHave Yourself A Merry Little ChristmasChristmas Like A LullabyBlue ChristmasNoel - Christmas Eve, 1913If EverDance Little JeanDon't Be KindBlow Up Your TV (Spanish Pipe Dream) [Live]She Won't Let Me Fly AwayGimme Your LoveReadjustment BluesToday Is The First Day Of The Rest Of My Life (Sugacity)Zachary And JenniferWhen I'm Sixty-FourPeople Get ReadyToolsThe Peace PoemOn The Wings Of An EagleSeason Suite: WinterAround And AroundDaydreamsShe'll Be Comin' 'round The MountainThat's The Way It's Gonna BeWhen The River Meets The SeaPeace Carol
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Related Information for John Denver John Denver (December 31, 1943 – October 12, 1997) was born with the name Henry John Deutschendorf Jr. in Roswell, N.M. One of America's most popular performers in the '70s, Denver's rise to fame began when he was "discovered" in a Los Angeles nightclub. He initially joined the Back Porch Majority, a nursery group for the renowned New Christy Minstrels, but, tiring of his role there, he left for the Chad Mitchell Trio where he forged a reputation as a talented s.. read more