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8 thoughts on “ Blue Umbrella - John Prine - Sweet Revenge (Cassette, Album)

  1. John Prine recorded this song on his Sweet Revenge album. The first time I heard this song, was Rita MacNeill singing it on her show. She did a great job. Anyway, this is my interpretation of this song. The Blue Umbrella.
  2. Artist: John Prine Title: Sweet Revenge Condition: Used Very Good Format: CD Release Date: Label: Atlantic UPC: Genre: Rock Album Tracks 1. Sweet Revenge 2. Please Don't Bury Me 3. Christmas in Prison 4. Dear Abby 5. Blue Umbrella 6. Often Is a Word I Seldom Use 7. Onomatopoeia 8. Grandpa Was a Carpenter 9. The Accident (Things Could Be Worse) Mexican Seller Rating: % positive.
  3. When John Prine released his self-titled debut album in , it seemed as if a major new songwriter had miraculously appeared out of nowhere (or Chicago, which to many folks seemed like roughly the same thing at that time), and this set of early Prine recordings suggests that his gifts as a writer appeared fully formed without a long gestation period.
  4. Label: Atlantic - AC • Format: Cassette Album, Reissue Dolby System • Country: Canada • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country, Folk John Prine - Sweet Revenge (Dolby System, Cassette) | Discogs4/5(1).
  5. Lyrics and Liner notes to John Prine's Sweet Revenge album. Sweet Revenge, Please don't bury me, Christmas in Prison, Dear Abby, Blue Umbrelly, Often is a World I seldom Use, Onomatopoeia, Grandpa was a carpenter, The Accident, Mexican Home, A good time, Nine Pound Hammer.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Sweet Revenge - John Prine on AllMusic - - Prine's third album is louder and more jaded than 9/
  7. Blue Umbrella Lyrics: Feelings are strange especially when they come true / And I had a feeling that you'd be leaving soon / So I tried to rearrange all my emotions / But it seems the same, no matter.
  8. Apr 14,  · Today, I offer up “Blue Umbrella” off Prine’s album Sweet Revenge. And frankly, it’s not one of his best. But it’s so evocative that I can’t help myself. The Clueless Guy. It reminds me a lot of Dr Hook in that it’s hard to take it seriously. Prine seems to be making fun of a certain kind of guy.

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