Top John Stewart Albums
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Old Forgotten Altars: The 1960s Demos
Old Forgotten Altars: The 1960s Demos
[2020]
Songs for the Home Zion, Vol. 1
Songs for the Home Zion, Vol. 1
[2015]
Illinois Rain with Chuck McDermott (Live) [feat. Chuck McDermott]
Illinois Rain with Chuck McDermott (Live) [feat. Chuck McDermott]
[2009]
A Neon Dreams Sampler
A Neon Dreams Sampler
[2009]
Blondes
Blondes
[2009]
Bite My Foot
Bite My Foot
[2009]
The Piano Album
The Piano Album
[2008]
Rhino Hi-Five: John Stewart - EP
Rhino Hi-Five: John Stewart - EP
[2007]
The Day the River Sang
The Day the River Sang
[2006]
Airdream Believer
Airdream Believer
[2005]
Lonesome Picker Rides Again
Lonesome Picker Rides Again
[2004]
The Secret Tapes-1984-87
The Secret Tapes-1984-87
[2003]
The Ballads
The Ballads
[2003]
Havana
Havana
[2003]
Front Row Music
Front Row Music
[2000]
Johnny Moonlight
Johnny Moonlight
[2000]
Wires from the Bunker
Wires from the Bunker
[2000]
Bandera
Bandera
[1998]
American Journey
American Journey
[1996]
Escape To Arizona
Escape To Arizona
[1993]
Bullets In the Hourglass
Bullets In the Hourglass
[1992]
Neon Beach Live 1990
Neon Beach Live 1990
[1990]
Trancas
Trancas
[1984]
The Phoenix Concerts - Live (With Bonus Tracks)
The Phoenix Concerts - Live (With Bonus Tracks)
[1980]
Wingless Angels
Wingless Angels
[1975]
Cannons In the Rain
Cannons In the Rain
[1973]
Willard
Willard
[1970]
California Bloodlines
California Bloodlines
[1969]
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Related Information for John Stewart
John Stewart (September 5, 1939 – January 19, 2008) was an American songwriter and singer. He is best-known as the songwriter of The Monkees' No.1 hit song Daydream Believer, and he has also been recognized for his contributions to the American folk music movement of the early and mid 1960s while a member of The Kingston Trio (1961–1967).Originally the main force of The Kingston Trio, Stewart also released many solo albums the most successful of which was Bombs Away Dream Babies in 1979, produced by Lindsey Buckingham and featuring Stevie Nicks from Fleetwood Mac. The first single, "Gold", featuring Nicks singing back-up, proved to be his biggest hit reaching No.5 on the US charts.Stewart suffered a massive stroke or... read more