Higher Ground (John Denver album). Higher Ground is the 20th studio album by American singer-songwriter John Denver. Released in September, 1988, it was his first studio album on the Windstar label. It was recorded at Denver's private studio in Snowmass, Colorado, with the exception of "For You" and the didjeridu part in "Sing Australia. These were recorded in Sydney, Australia.
John Denver - Higher Ground (1989). Songs in album John Denver - Higher Ground (1989).
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Besides being one of the five best-selling artists of all time, John Denver has a knack for combining seemingly dissimilar pieces into an attractive whole. Higher Ground, recently reissued by American Gramaphone, is a strong and diverse effort which ranges from touching love songs such as "Never a Doubt" and inspiring ballads like "All This Joy" to the countryfied "Home Grown Tomatoes" and the didgeridoo-laced sounds of "Sing Australia," one of the only places where you'll find references to Crocodile Dundee and Dreamtime experiences in the.
Higher Ground is the 20th studio album by American singer-songwriter John Denver. Studio album by. John Denver.
Higher Ground Lyrics. There are those who can live With the things they don't believe in They are giving up their lives For something that is less than it can be. Some have longed for a home In a place of inspiration Some will "fill" the emptiness inside By giving it all "to" the things that they believe They believe. Maybe it's just a dream in me Maybe it's just my style Maybe it's juat the freedom that I've found Given the possibility Of living up to the dream in me You know I'll be reaching for higher ground
Artists John Denver Higher Ground. Higher Ground John Denver. This album has an average beat per minute of 116 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 78/182 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Higher Ground. Album starts at 82BPM, ends at 182BPM (+100), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by John Denver. The Classic Christmas Album. Original Album Classics: John Denver.
|A4||Never A Doubt||3:41|
|A5||Deal With The Ladies||1:38|
|B1||A Country Girl In Paris||3:47|
|B3||All This Joy||4:36|
|B4||Falling Leaves (The Refugees)||3:40|
|B5||Bread And Roses||4:00|
|B6||Alaska And Me||2:45|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 2239-72850-1
|D2-72850||John Denver||Higher Ground (CD, Album)||Windstar Records||D2-72850||US||1988|
|VPCD 6779, VPCD6779||John Denver||Higher Ground (CD, Album)||Windstar Records, BMG Arista / Ariola Limited||VPCD 6779, VPCD6779||Australia||1988|
|D4-72850||John Denver||Higher Ground (Cass, Album, Dol)||Windstar Records||D4-72850||Indonesia||1988|
|MCCD 197||John Denver||Higher Ground (CD, Album)||Music Club||MCCD 197||Europe||1990|
|140.4019||John Denver||Higher Ground (LP, Album)||RCA||140.4019||Brazil||1988|