Back To Back: John Denver & Kenny Rogers. John Denver Live At the Sydney Opera House. Some Days Are Diamonds. An Evening With John Denver.
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It was first released on The Flower That Shattered the Stone album. It has been released on the Stonehaven Sunrise, A Portrait and The John Denver Collection - Calypso albums. The Earth is our mother just turning around With the trees in the forest and roots underground Our father above us whose sigh is the wind Paint us a rainbow without any end. As the river runs freely the mountain does rise Let me touch with my fingers and see with my eyes In the hearts of the children a pure love still grows Like a bright star in heaven that lights our way home Like the flower that shattered the stone
Album: The John Denver Collection, Vol. 5: Calypso, 1997. John Denver sings, accompanied by a slideshow of images. Has been played on. Austria 1. ORF Radio Salzburg. I believe that we are here for each other, not against each other. Everything comes from an understanding that you are a gift in my life - whoever you are, whatever our differences. Now playing: Dire Straits Money for Nothing.
GmGm CC C7C7 FF BbBb FF BbBb Like the flower that shattered the stone. FF AmAm BbBb FF Sparrows find freedom beholding the Sun AmAm DmDm CC C7C7 In the infinite beauty we’re all joined in one FF AmAm BbBb FF I reach out before me and look to the sky BbBb FF CC C7C7 FF Did I hear someone whisper did something pass by. AmAm BbBb FF As the river runs freely the mountain does rise AmAm DmDm FF CC Let me touch with my fingers and see with my eyes BbBb FF CC C7C7 In the hearts of the children a pure love still grows GmGm FF BbBb FF Like a bright star in heaven that lights our way home GmGm CC. C7C7.
John Denver is the 13th studio album by American singer-songwriter John Denver released in January, 1979. It contains a live version of "Berkeley Woman" which was found in its original studio version on Farewell Andromeda. This album was re-released in 1998 with bonus tracks. All songs by John Denver unless otherwise noted. Downhill Stuff" - 3:32. Sweet Melinda" (Steve Gillette, Dave Mackechnie) - 2:27. What’s on Your Mind" - 4:26. Joseph and Joe" - 3:37. Life Is So Good" - 1:56.
John Denver live at Windstar Symposium - The Flower That Shattered The Stone (1995, RARE). John Denver - The Wings that Fly us Home. Chords: E. A. F B. F#.
Flower That Shattered The. (CD - Music Collection International. There has never been a better time to sing out for the planet and its people, and The Flower That Shattered the Stone is the work of a concerned global citizen, vividly heard in the title cut, co-written by Denver, Joe Henry and John Jarvis, and revisited throughout the album with songs by Jimmy Webb, Chuck Pyle and Denver himself. His voice still rings true, much as it did in his instantly recognizable hits like "Sunshine on My Shoulders," "Annie's Song," "Take Me Home," "Country Roads" and "Rocky Mountain High
It was first released on The Flower That Shattered the Stone album. As the river runs freely the mountain does rise Let me touch with my fingers and see with my eyes In the hearts of the children a pure love still grows Like a bright star in heaven that lights our way home Like the flower that shattered the stone
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||The Flower That Shattered The Stone
Written-By – Joe Henry , John Jarvis
|2||Thanks To You
Written-By – Conrad Reeder, John Denver, John L. Christopher*, Sam Hogin
|3||Postcard From Paris
Written-By – Jimmy Webb
|4||High, Wide And Handsome
Written-By – Chuck Pyle
|5||Eagles And Horses
Written-By – Joe Henry , John Denver
|6||A Little Further North
Written-By – Graeme Connors
Written-By – Joe Henry , John Denver
Written-By – John Denver, Bob Samples*
|9||The Gift You Are
Written-By – John Denver
|10||I Watch You Sleeping
Written-By – Michael Batt*
Written-By – John Denver
|12||The Flower That Shattered The Stone (Reprise)|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Music Collection International Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Music Collection International Ltd.
- Recorded At – Eleven Eleven Studio
- Recorded At – Masterfonics
- Glass Mastered At – Mayking Records
- Acoustic Guitar [12 String], Acoustic Guitar [6 String], Guitar Synthesizer, Lead Vocals, Producer – John Denver
- Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – James Burton
- Arranged By [Strings], Co-producer – Lee Holdridge (tracks: 1)
- Art Direction, Design – Lowell Norman
- Backing Vocals – Conrad Reeder (tracks: 2)
- Bass – Jerry Scheff
- Co-producer – Roger Nichols
- Drums – Jerry Carrigan
- Engineer – Rick Riccio (tracks: 1)
- Fiddle, Mandolin, Viola – Buddy Spicher
- Flute, Recorder, Saxophone – Jim Horn
- Mixed By, Engineer [Recording] – John Abbott, Rodney Goode*
- Orchestra – Nashville String Machine*
- Percussion – Machito Sanchez*
- Photography By – Janel Pahl
- Piano – Glen D. Hardin*
- Steel Guitar – Al Perkins
- Synthesizer – Barry Lederer, Larry Knechtal*
- Vocals – Cassandra Delaney (tracks: 4), Kosetsu Minami (tracks: 12), The Kid Connection (tracks: 9)
NotesRecorded at Eleven Eleven Sound, Soundstage and Masterfonics on Myer HD-1 High Definition Monitors.
The lyrics panel has some name variations for several tracks. Track 3 is titled "Wish You Were Here (Postcard Du Paris)", Track 5 appears as "Eagles And Horses (I'm Flying Again)"
This album is dedicated to Jesse Belle Denver.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5014797291546
- Matrix / Runout: MAYKING RECORDS MCCD154 10275131 01 &
- Rights Society: MCPS
|cte 884 900-907||John Denver||The Flower That Shattered The Stone (CD, Album)||Windstar Records||cte 884 900-907||Germany||1990|
|lp 815 599-936||John Denver||The Flower That Shattered The Stone (LP)||Windstar Records||lp 815 599-936||Germany||1990|
|WR-5-3334-4||John Denver||The Flower That Shattered The Stone (Cass, Album)||Windstar Records||WR-5-3334-4||US||1990|
|WR-5-3334-2||John Denver||The Flower That Shattered The Stone (CD, Album)||Windstar Records||WR-5-3334-2||US||1990|
|MCTC 154||John Denver||The Flower That Shattered The Stone (Cass, Album, RE)||Music Club||MCTC 154||UK||1994|