John Denver’s Poems, Prayers & Promises gets a treatment

No doubt in my mind that John Denver is one of America’s treasures when it comes to singer/songwriters. With that in mind good news comes by way of Daytrotter who are going to release the 40th Anniversary Edition of Poems, Prayers & Promises. Originally released in 1971, this album introduced John Denver’s songs such as “Take Me Home, Country Roads” and “Sunshine On My Shoulders.”

Poems, Prayers & Promises is the third in a series of vinyl releases from Daytrotter, the only physical products in the site’s six-year history.

Poems, Prayers & Promises 40th Anniversary Edition will be released on April 3rd, 2012 on limited-edition vinyl with new Daytrotter artwork by Johnnie Cluney, whose ink and marker renderings are synonymous with the site. Digitally re-mastered from the original recordings, the album will also be available for download at digital retailers worldwide via Sony Legacy.

This exclusive 40th Anniversary Edition release is available only through Daytrotter and is limited to 1,000 copies. It ships at the beginning of April, but you can reserve your copy today through a pre-sale we’ve arranged with our friends at Wolfgang’s Vault.


“Poems, Prayers and Promises” from The John Denver Show 1973

“I Guess He’d Rather Be In Colorado”

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