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John Prine - Sweet Revenge flac album

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Performer: John Prine
Title: Sweet Revenge
Country: US
Style: Folk
Category: Folk, Country
Rating: 4.8 ✦
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Sweet Revenge is the third album by American folk singer and songwriter John Prine, released in 1973. Sweet Revenge was produced by Arif Mardin and was mostly recorded at Quadraphonic Sound Studios in Nashville. As Prine biographer Eddie Huffman observes, Sweet Revenge was a full-band LP recorded in Tennessee, but the singer had grown dramatically as a vocalist and recording artist over the previous two years.

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While John Prine’s first two albums can be viewed as handsome twins, 1973’s Sweet Revenge feels like the start of a new chapter. There's more instrumentation here than on the first two records, with a bevy of Nashville session musicians chipping bits of rock and soul into Prine’s rustic folk style. After describing so many glimpses of the strangeness of modern life, Prine closes his album with the country standard Nine Pound Hammer, as if to remind listeners that their poet will always be a country picker at heart-albeit one with sensitivity and a taste for the extraordinary and peculiar. Sweet Revenge John Prine.

Sweet Revenge was produced by Arif Mardin and was mostly recorded at Quadraphonic Sound Studios in Nashville; as Prine biographer Eddie Huffman observes, Sweet Revenge was a full-band LP recorded in Tennessee, but the singer had grown dramatically as a vocalist and recording artist over the previous two years. Aimless Love is the eighth album by American folk singer and songwriter John Prine, released in 1984. It is his first release on his independent record label, Oh Boy Records. Background - Prine and his longtime manager Al Bunetta formed Oh Boy Records in an attempt to take control of his own.

Please Don't Bury Me. Christmas In Prison. Often Is A Word I Seldom Use. Onomatopoeia. Grandpa Was A Carpenter. The Accident (Things Could Be Worse).

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Sweet Revenge
Written-By – John Prine
2:58
2 Please Don't Bury Me
Written-By – John Prine
2:47
3 Christmas In Prison
Written-By – John Prine
3:09
4 Dear Abby
Written-By – John Prine
4:10
5 Blue Umbrella
Written-By – John Prine
3:28
6 Often Is A Word I Seldom Use
Written-By – John Prine
3:01
7 Onomatopoeia
Written-By – John Prine
2:18
8 Grandpa Was A Carpenter
Written-By – John Prine
2:11
9 The Accident (Things Could Be Worse)
Written-By – John Prine
3:22
10 Mexican Home
Written-By – John Prine
4:39
11 A Good Time
Written-By – John Prine
3:30
12 Nine Pound Hammer
Written-By – Merle Travis
3:07

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Manufactured By – Warner Music Canada Ltd
  • Distributed By – Warner Music Canada Ltd

Credits

  • Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Guitar, Harmony Vocals – John Christopher*
  • Backing Vocals – Cissy Houston, Deirdre Tuck, Judy Clay
  • Bass – Hugh McDonald, Bill Salter*
  • Bass [Upright], Bass – Mike Leach*
  • Design – Ira Friedlander
  • Dobro, Acoustic Guitar – Grady Martin
  • Dobro, Banjo, Fiddle – Dave Prine
  • Drums – Steve Mosley
  • Drums, Tambourine – Kenny Malone
  • Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Steve Burgh
  • Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar – Reggie Young
  • Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Harmony Vocals – Steve Goodman
  • Electric Piano, Piano – Kenny Ascher*
  • Engineer – Bob Liftin, Brad Davis, Frank Hubach (tracks: 4), Jimmy Douglass (tracks: 5, 7), Steve Ham (tracks: 1 to 3, 6, 8 to 12)
  • Harmonica – Jerry Shook
  • Harmony Vocals, Backing Vocals – Raun MacKinnon
  • Horns [Arranged By] – Arif Mardin
  • Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – John Prine
  • Percussion – Ralph MacDonald, Bill Slater*
  • Photography By – Wendie Lombardi
  • Piano – Bobby Woods*
  • Piano, Organ – David Briggs
  • Producer – Arif Mardin
  • Steel Guitar – Doyle Grisham

Notes

All selections except "Dear Abby," "Blue Umbrella" & "Onomatopoeia" were recorded at Quadrafonic Sound Studios, Nashville, Tennessee.

"Dear Abby" was recorded live at State University of New York, New Paltz, N.Y.

"Blue Umbrella" & "Onomatopoeia" were recorded at Atlantic Recording Studios, New York, N.Y.

Additional recordings:
Regent Sound Studios, New York, N.Y.
A&R Studios, New York, N.Y.

Special thanks to Al Bunetta.

7274-2 printed on back of booklet and next to Atlantic logo at bottom of rear tray inlay.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7567-81430-2 1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SD 7274 John Prine Sweet Revenge ‎(LP, Album, RI) Atlantic SD 7274 US 1973
SD 7274 John Prine Sweet Revenge ‎(LP, Album, SP) Atlantic SD 7274 US 1973
7274-2 John Prine Sweet Revenge ‎(CD, Album, RE) Atlantic 7274-2 US Unknown
SD 7274 John Prine Sweet Revenge ‎(LP, Album, RP, RI) Atlantic SD 7274 US 1975
7274-2 John Prine Sweet Revenge ‎(CD, Album, RE) Atlantic 7274-2 US Unknown