Pure Prairie League

Genres: Christian & Gospel Country & Bluegrass Pop / Rock
Tags: country rock classic rock rock country folk Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades: 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s
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Formed in 1971, this US country rock group comprised Craig Lee Fuller (vocals/guitar), George Powell (vocals/guitar), John Call (pedal steel guitar), Jim Lanham (bass) and Jim Caughlin (drums). Their self-titled debut album was a strong effort, and included the excellent ‘Tears’, ‘You’re Between Me’ (a tribute to McKendree Spring) and ‘It’s All On Me’. The work also featured some novel sleeve artwork, using Norman Rockwell’s portrait of an ageing cowboy as a symbol of the Old West. On Pure Prairie League, the figure was seen wistfully clutching a record titled ‘Dreams Of Long Ago’. For successive albums, the cowboy would be portrayed being ejected from a saloon, stranded in a desert and struggling with a pair of boots. The image effectively gave Pure Prairie League a brand name, but by the time of Bustin’ Out, Fuller and Powell were left to run the group using session musicians. This album proved their...

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