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John Prine: Live from Asheville ‘ 86

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Are you a John Prine fan?

His long-standing record label Oh Boy Records is releasing Prine’s 1986 Asheville North Carolina concert, available to download for free on Noisetrade HERE.

In this rare set, Prine plays some then-new material from his album of that year German Afternoons, as well as classics like ‘Sam Stone’, ‘Souvenirs’, ‘Far From Me’ and ‘Donald and Lydia’.

In recognition of some people trying to sell unauthorized copies of this recording on the internet, it has now been made available officially for free.  Oh Boy Records is the label John Prine helped create and now owns.

This is a wonderful opportunity to hear a legendary writer, acute observer and performer at a critical period in his forty-five year career.

Here’s a recent interview with Prine and Dan Barry of The New York Times.

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John Prine with John McEuen (Nitty Gritty Dirt Band) at The Ryman Auditorium 2015


Get a free John Prine download Live In Asheville ’86

Get a free John Prine download Live In Asheville ’86

Get a free John Prine download Live In Asheville ’86

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Author: Rob Dickens

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  1. I have one problem guys please help me: If I download two songs of the same artist the music art of the first song gets copied on to the second song’s music art. Any help would be much appreciated. 😊

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    • Hey Harold. Can you provide more info? What operating system are you using, music player etc. As a frequent downloader of albums, each song of that album tends to have the relevant album artwork and I’m not sure whether the vast majority of singles (or not the ones we see) have their own artwork (big pop songs excepted) Rob

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  2. Or you could just download the songs you like on your computer and connect your phone to your pc with a USB wire or whatever it’s called and transfer.
    Joseph Donahue

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