Diamonds in the Rough is the second studio album by American country-folk singer-songwriter John Prine, originally released in 1972. Diamonds in the Rough was recorded at Atlantic Recording Studios in New York City. The album's sound homed in on the Appalachian "high lonesome" influences evident on Prine's eponymous debut LP and it's bluegrass instrumentation reflects Prine's fascination with early American folk and country music. John Prine - vocals, guitar, dobro, Steve Goodman - guitar, harmony vocals, David Bromberg - guitar, Steve Burgh - bass, drums, Dave Prine - mandolin
Diamonds in the Rough is the second studio album by American country-folk singer-songwriter John Prine, originally released in 1972. Diamonds in the Rough was recorded at Atlantic Recording Studios in New York City. The album's sound homed in on the Appalachian "high lonesome" influences evident on Prine's eponymous debut LP and it's bluegrass instrumentation reflects Prine's fascination with early American folk and country music. John Prine - vocals, guitar, dobro, Steve Goodman - guitar, harmony vocals, David Bromberg - guitar, Steve Burgh - bass, drums, Dave Prine - mandolin
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Format: Vinyl
Label: ATLANTIC
Rel. Date: 01/16/2018
UPC: 603497864478

Diamond In The Rough [SYEOR 2018 Exclusive LP]
Artist: John Prine
Format: Vinyl
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1. Everybody - 2:43
2. The Torch Singer - 2:52
3. Souvenirs - 3:32
4. The Late John Garfield Blues - 3:02
5. Sour Grapes - 2:00
6. Billy the Bum - 4:41
7. The Frying Pan - 1:47
8. Yes I Guess They Oughta Name a Drink After You - 2:08
9. Take the Star Out of the Window - 2:06
10. The Great Compromise - 4:57
11. Clocks and Spoons - 3:10
12. Rocky Mountain Time - 3:03
13. Diamonds in the Rough (A. P. Carter) - 1:49

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Diamonds in the Rough is the second studio album by American country-folk singer-songwriter John Prine, originally released in 1972. Diamonds in the Rough was recorded at Atlantic Recording Studios in New York City. The album's sound homed in on the Appalachian "high lonesome" influences evident on Prine's eponymous debut LP and it's bluegrass instrumentation reflects Prine's fascination with early American folk and country music. John Prine - vocals, guitar, dobro, Steve Goodman - guitar, harmony vocals, David Bromberg - guitar, Steve Burgh - bass, drums, Dave Prine - mandolin