JOHN DENVER - LONDON 1982

April 21, 2016 – 5:32 am

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JOHN DENVER
His Guitar And His Music
London 1982 [no label, 2CD]

Live at the Apollo Victoria Theatre, London, UK; October 26, 1982. Very good soundboard.

File this together with your An Evening With John Denver - it’s a great show!

Thanks to jddpro for sharing the show at Dime.

jddpro noted:

This concert was broadcast on BBC-2 England as “John Denver - His Guitar and His Music” on December 29, 1982. A DVD video copy is also in circulation. One of the most impressive performances here is his rendition of Pete Seeger’s “The Bells of Rhymney”. I once saw someone said that he didn’t like John Denver’s music at first, then he watched this very version of “The Bells of Rhymney” on TV, and it totally changed his opinion on Denver “in one blow”. The performance of “Jimmy Newman” is very outstanding as well. Tom Paxton, who wrote the song, even said that he “learned how to sing his own song” after hearing Denver’s rendition. This is also one of the times John played the piano in front of a camera.

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Disc 1
Track 101. Rocky Mountain High 4:49 (8.1MB)
Track 102. Sunshine on My Shoulders 3:30 (5.9MB)
Track 103. Opening Comments 1:42 (2.9MB)
Track 104. Saturday Night in Toledo, Ohio 3:22 (5.7MB)
Track 105. It’s a Sin to Tell a Lie 2:28 (4.1MB)
Track 106. Stage Banter 3:10 (5.3MB)
Track 107. The Bells of Rhymney 6:57 (11.7MB)
Track 108. The Lord’s Prayer 3:06 (5.2MB)
Track 109. Intro to Durango Mountain Caballero 1:57 (3.3MB)
Track 110. Durango Mountain Caballero 3:11 (5.3MB)
Track 111. Outro to Durango Mountain Caballero 2:20 (3.9MB)
Track 112. The Thought of You 3:48 (6.4MB)
Track 113. Rhymes and Reasons 3:41 (6.2MB)
Track 114. The Eagle and the Hawk 2:33 (4.3MB)
47 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Take Me Home, Country Roads 2:56 (4.9MB)
Track 202. Grandma’s Feather Bed 2:24 (4.0MB)
Track 203. Intro to Seasons of the Heart 0:59 (1.7MB)
Track 204. Seasons of the Heart 4:39 (7.8MB)
Track 205. Intro to The Ambulance Down in the Valley 3:31 (5.9MB)
Track 206. The Ambulance Down in the Valley 2:59 (5.0MB)
Track 207. Jimmy Newman 2:36 (4.4MB)
Track 208. The Peace Poem 1:42 (2.9MB)
Track 209. Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream 4:33 (7.6MB)
Track 210. I Want to Live 3:48 (6.4MB)
Track 211. Intro to Heart to Heart 2:04 (3.5MB)
Track 212. Heart to Heart 3:34 (6.0MB)
Track 213. Annie’s Song 3:32 (5.9MB)
Track 214. Calypso 4:47 (8.0MB)
Track 215. Intro to Perhaps Love 1:42 (2.9MB)
Track 216. Perhaps Love 3:03 (5.1MB)
Track 217. This Old Guitar 3:46 (6.3MB)
53 mins

John Denver - acoustic guitar, piano on “Seasons of the Heart”, vocals

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  1. 8 Responses to “JOHN DENVER - LONDON 1982”

  2. Wonderful share today of the late & great John Denver. He was a stellar artist whose music is still loved around the world.
    Thanks BigO.

    By Mike Rotchertz on Apr 21, 2016

  3. Another iconic musical artist from my youth,John became a huge star in the early to mid 70s,had many top 40 hits back when radio really mattered UNLIKE TODAY ,hosted the Tonight Show when Johnny and Ed were still with us and starred in OH God with George Burns. Many critics called him cheesy and his music vanilla to which i say so what, Loved his beautiful ballads ,Annies Song,Sweet Surrender ,Im Sorry ecc as well as his Rockabilly stuff Thank God Im a country boy,Old feather bed ecc.A little trivia,He was director Taylor Hackfords first choice for the lead in An officer and a gentleman ,He turned it down and the role went to Richard Gere,who became a huge star because of the role,John later said it was the worst decision he ever made

    By COREY M on Apr 21, 2016

  4. Oh No - just heard Prince has died!

    By Ant on Apr 21, 2016

  5. RIP “The Artist Formerly Known As Prince”. Forever The Artist ALWAYS Known As Prince. Check out his Super Bowl performance (when the NFL bumkissers apologized for the heavy rain, Prince replied,”Bring it on - the heavier the better”. He closed with an astonishing version of Purple Rain in a torrential downpour…

    By TDC on Apr 22, 2016

  6. For a truly incredible example of John Denver’s amazing voice all you have to do is listen to “The Wildlife Concert”, some of the most beautiful singing you’ll ever hear.
    Out of the London tracks, “The Eagle and the Hawk” stood out in my mind (and ears)

    By Shazbot on Apr 22, 2016

  7. Thanks for spreading the music around, BigO.

    I’ve just finished uploading another John Denver Soundboard. Check it out if you’re interested.

    By Jason (DDPro) on Apr 23, 2016

  8. Hello Jason (DDPro)

    Thanks for the tip; and thanks for all your efforts. Much appreciated.

    By bigozine2 on Apr 24, 2016

  9. How’s that new John Denver soundboard, BigO? Still havenn’t seen it here.

    By JDBootleg on Apr 29, 2016

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