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Pure Prairie League - Full Album On Youtube

PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2013 11:27 pm
by FullerFan76
Pure Prairie League - 1972 Self Titled Album
Track 1 - Tears
Track 2 - Take It Before You Go
Track 3 - You're Between Me
Track 4 - Woman
Track 5 - Doc's Tune
Track 6 - Country Song
Track 7 - Harmony Song
Track 8 - It's All On Me

The Band

Craig Fuller – lead guitar, vocals
George Powell – finger-style guitar, rhythm guitar, vocals
Jim Lanham – bass guitar, background vocals
John David Call – steel guitar
Jim Caughlan – drums

Additional Personnel

Hugh McCracken – guitar
Barbara Merrick - vocals
Starr Smith – vocals
James Westermyer "Westy" – vocals


Producer: Bob Ringe
Engineer: Gus Mossler
Cover Art: Norman Rockwell

I felt it was necessary for this album to be uploaded so that everyone could hear it, due to the fact that it isn't digital yet, and the only way to acquire it is by means of LP, which is fairly inconvienent. I have taken the time to record these straight from an LP to a CD and restored some of the quality, enjoy! If Craig Fuller, George Powell, or anyone involved with this album or Pure Prairie League want this album and all the songs removed I will most certainly remove them at once!

Happy Listening!

Re: Pure Prairie League - Full Album On Youtube

PostPosted: Sun Jan 27, 2013 9:11 pm
by JR
Several years ago I purchased a CD that had the first album and If the Shoe Fits on the same disc. It wasn't remastered but was a clean transfer from a master tape. It was from a company called Renaissance Records. I recently found it on Amazon, but didn't pay the kinds of prices they're asking: ... e=&seller=

Re: Pure Prairie League - Full Album On Youtube

PostPosted: Tue Mar 12, 2013 2:11 pm
by Tom
Hi guys,
Yes, of course the Professor is correct re: the two-fer release. It went quick and was tough to get after that. It was a typical non-effort by the record company. There was also another release on Acadia which had both the debut and Bustin' Out on it, again, real hard to find now. My copy sucked but I really don't care, I made my own many years ago.

That's was a real nice effort FF76 since the stuff is so hard and pricey to get now.

By the way FF76, JR is famous in PPL inner circles: he played briefly in the band when The Goshorns and Powell left . He was a roadie but also a terric guitar player who took the stage when duty called ! He's also credited on All In Good Time for his efforts on the live tune from Chillicothe Ohio.

Take care all,