Top John Prine Albums
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The Tree of Forgiveness
The Tree of Forgiveness
[2018]
September 78 (Live)
September 78 (Live)
[2017]
For Better, or Worse
For Better, or Worse
[2016]
The Singing Mailman Delivers
The Singing Mailman Delivers
[2011]
In Person & On Stage (Live)
In Person & On Stage (Live)
[2010]
Fair and Square EP
Fair and Square EP
[2008]
Fair & Square - EP
Fair & Square - EP
[2007]
Rhino Hi-Five: John Prine - EP
Rhino Hi-Five: John Prine - EP
[2007]
Fair and Square
Fair and Square
[2005]
Souvenirs
Souvenirs
[2000]
Souvenirs (Re-Recorded Versions)
Souvenirs (Re-Recorded Versions)
[2000]
In Spite of Ourselves
In Spite of Ourselves
[1999]
Live On Tour
Live On Tour
[1997]
Lost Dogs + Mixed Blessings
Lost Dogs + Mixed Blessings
[1995]
A John Prine Christmas
A John Prine Christmas
[1993]
The Missing Years (Bonus Track Version)
The Missing Years (Bonus Track Version)
[1991]
Aimless Love
Aimless Love
[1989]
John Prine Live
John Prine Live
[1988]
German Afternoons
German Afternoons
[1986]
Aimless Love (Oh Boy)
Aimless Love (Oh Boy)
[1984]
Storm Windows
Storm Windows
[1980]
Pink Cadillac
Pink Cadillac
[1979]
Bruised Orange
Bruised Orange
[1978]
Prime Prine
Prime Prine
[1976]
Common Sense
Common Sense
[1975]
Sweet Revenge
Sweet Revenge
[1973]
Diamonds In the Rough
Diamonds In the Rough
[1972]
John Prine (Live)
John Prine (Live)
[1971]
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When I Get To Heaven In Spite Of Ourselves Paradise Angel From Montgomery Lake Marie Hello In There Remember Me (when Candlelights Are Gleaming) In A Town This Size How Much Tequila It's A Big Old Goofy World I Just Want To Dance With You She Is My Everything Mexican Home Glory Of True Love Saddle In The Rain Spanish Pipedream Your Flag Decal Won't Get You Into Heaven Anymore Long Monday Unwed Fathers Bear Creek Blues The Late John Garfield Blues The Bottomless Lake Illegal Smile The Great Compromise Everybody Take The Star Out Of The Window Come Back To Us Barbara Lewis Hare Krishna Beauregard Sabu Visits The Twin Cities Alone (Live) The Torch Singer Billy The Bum Aimless Love Flashback Blues Aw Heck (Live) Sour Grapes Sweet Revenge Sam Stone Rocky Mountain Time Far From Me People Puttin' People Down Grandpa Was A Carpenter Maureen, Mauureen Souvenirs Blue Umbrella (Live) Please Don't Bury Me Living In The Future (Live) Slow Boat To China The Accident (Things Could Be Worse) [Live] Clocks And Spoons The Frying Pan Diamonds In The Rough Fish And Whistle (Live) Yes I Guess They Oughta Name A Drink After You Pretty Good Be My Friend Tonight Donald And Lydia Six O'Clock News Quiet Man The Oldest Baby In The World Speed Of The Sound Of Loneliness (Live) Dear Abby Somewhere Someone's Falling In Love Loose Talk Safety Joe I Know One Morning Train Back Street Affair Taking A Walk Some Humans Ain't Human Other Side Of Town (Live) (We're Not) The Jet Set We Could Milwaukee Here I Come Clay Pigeons It's A Cheating Situation I Hate It When That Happens To Me Let's Invite Them Over Dear John ( I Sent Your Saddle Home) My Darlin' Hometown When Two Worlds Collide 'Til A Tear Becomes A Rose We Must Have Been Out Of Our Minds The Moon Is Down So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad) Crazy As A Loon Me, Myself And I Only Love The Sins Of Memphisto Sweet Suzanne Just Wanna Be With You Storm Windows Sleepy Eyed Boy A Good Time You Never Even Call Me By My Name Everything Is Cool Way Back Then Daddy's Little Pumpkin You Mean So Much To Me New Train Down By The Side Of The Road The Twentieth Century Is Almost Over Bruised Orange If You Don't Want My Love Great Rain All Night Blue Automobile There She Goes Baby Let's Play House Lulu Walls Nine Pound Hammer Silent Night, All Day Long Killing The Blues Out Of Love Quit Hollerin' At Me All The Way With You Humidity Built The Snowman Silver Bells Common Sense Love, Love, Love German Afternoons It's Happening To You Love Is On A Roll If She Were You John Prine Christmas Everybody Wants To Feel Like You Day Is Done My Own Best Friend That Close To You Chinatown Picture Show Ain't Hurtin' Nobody Onomatopoeia I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus I Want To Be With You Always Crooked Piece Of Time Beautiful World Bad Boy If I Could Unlonely Way Down Forbidden Jimmy That's The Way That The World Goes 'round Wedding Day In Funeralville He Forgot That It Was Sunday How Lucky Big Fat Love The Hobo Song No Name Girl I Had A Dream Third Of July You Never Can Tell Saigon You Got Gold Stick A Needle In My Eye Leave The Lights On Shop Talk Middle Man Jackie O All The Best He Was In Heaven Before He Died Ubangi Stomp Christmas In Prison If You Were The Woman & I Was The Man They'll Never Take Her Love From Me One Red Rose Often Is A Word I Seldom Use Space Monkey Iron Ore Betty Linda Goes To Mars Letter To The Penthouse Forum Jesus The Missing Years This Cold War With You Big Old Goofy Man Baby Ruth Take A Look At My Heart Let's Talk Dirty In Hawaiian Wonderful 99 I Love You So Much It Hurts Kokomo This Love Is Real Same Thing Happened To Me We Are The Lonely Sailin' Around Wedding Bells My Happiness I Have Met My Love Today Fifteen Years Ago Look At Us Great Society Conflict Veteran's Blues A Star, A Jewel, And A Hoax The Ways Of A Woman In Love Treat Me Nice Lonesome Friends Of Science Dim Lights, Thick Smoke, And Loud, Loud Music (feat. Amanda Shires) I'm Tellin' You (feat. Holly Williams) Color Of The Blues (feat. Susan Tedeschi) Who's Gonna Take The Garbage Out (feat. Iris Dement) Just Waitin' Mr. & Mrs. Used To Be (feat. Iris Dement) Mental Cruelty (feat. Kacey Musgraves) Storms Never Last (feat. Lee Ann Womack) Cold, Cold Heart (feat. Miranda Lambert) Falling In Love Again (feat. Allison Krauss) Knockin' On Your Screen Door Summer's End Caravan Of Fools No Ordinary Blue Boundless Love God Only Knows
Related Information for John Prine
John Prine (born October 10, 1946 in Maywood, Illinois) is an American country/folk singer-songwriter who has achieved widespread critical (and some commercial) success since the early 1970s.The son of William Prine and Verna Hamm, his grandfather had played guitar with Merle Travis and he started playing guitar himself at 14 years old. He was a postman for 5 years and spent a couple of years in the army before starting his musical career in the Chicago area. He emerged in 1971 with a highly acclaimed debut album titled John Prine. He and friend Steve Goodman (another folk singer-songwriter) had been minor stars in the Chicago folk scene before being "discovered" by Kris Kristofferson. The album John Prine inc... read more