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Download links and information about Portrait by John Denver. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Country, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 34 tracks with total duration of 02:08:02 minutes.

Artist: John Denver
Release date: 1999
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Country, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic
Tracks: 34
Duration: 02:08:02
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No. Title Length
1. Sunshine On My Shoulders 5:10
2. Season Suite: Summer 2:54
3. Season Suite: Fall 1:42
4. Season Suite: Winter 1:37
5. Season Suite: Late Winter, Early Spring (When Everybody Goes to Mexico) 3:56
6. Season Suite: Spring 3:00
7. Back Home Again 4:43
8. All of My Memories 4:57
9. Rocky Mountain Suite (Cold Nights In Canada) 3:03
10. To the Wild Country 4:34
11. You're So Beautiful 3:07
12. Spirit 3:35
13. I'm Sorry 3:30
14. Wrangle Mountain Song 3:10
15. Heart to Heart 3:54
16. It's a Possibility 3:13
17. In My Heart 3:42
18. The Wings That Fly Us Home 4:10
19. Annie's Song 2:58
20. Falling Out of Love 4:59
21. What One Man Can Do 3:04
22. A Wild Heart Looking for a Home 5:04
23. Relatively Speaking 3:31
24. World Game 4:57
25. Love Is the Master 2:40
26. On the Wings of a Dream 5:02
27. Don't Be Kind 3:49
28. African Sunrise 3:45
29. Let Us Begin (What Are We Making Weapons For) 5:56
30. It's About Time 3:43
31. Farewell Andromeda (Live) 4:43
32. It Amazes Me (Live) 2:42
33. Druthers (Live) 2:39
34. Looking for Space (Live) 4:33



There are a few hits on Portrait, but the double-disc compilation doesn't intend to be a hits collection. Instead, the set is intended to be a portrait of John Denver himself and the songs and causes that were important to him. As such, it's filled with album tracks, five previously unreleased cuts (only one of which, "Don't Be Kind," is an unreleased song) and a four songs that he recorded in concert in San Francisco toward the end of the '70s. In other words, it's a bit of a hodgepodge, especially since the featured songs aren't necessarily among the best of his lesser-known material. Still, there's enough good material to make it useful for casual fans who want to dig a little deeper into his catalog, and the handful of rarities will be of interest to hardcore collectors. [An Australian version of the CD was also released.]