Darcy Farrow - John Denver - Rocky Mountain High
Label: RCA Victor - SKLG 20064 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Greece • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country, Soft Rock
Gillette released his first recording of it in on his self-titled album, Steve Gillette. The song has been covered by more than artists, including, most notably, John Denverwho recorded it three times and included the song in his live performances.
The song was written ininspired by something that happened to Gillette's little sister, Darcy, when she was She was running behind The Sophomores - Each Time I Hold You / Checkers horse chasing it into the corral when she was kicked.
She broke her cheekbone but had no lasting ill effects. Campbell took a melody that Gillette had written and came up with a story about two young lovers and a tragic fall. The place names are actual places around the region of the high valleys and the Walker River in Nevada, where Tom lived when he was eight or nine years old.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved This album is an excerpt of The Wildlife Concert. Categories : songs.
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Darcy Farrow is a song written by Steve Gillette and Tom Campbell, John Denver, Rocky Mountain High - #4 on the Billboard ; John Denver, The Wildlife Concert - # on the Billboard ; John Denver, The Best of John Denver Live - #52 on the Billboard , #8 on the Country Albums chartGenre: Folk, bluegrass.
John Denver "Darcy Farrow": Where the walker runs down to the Carson Valley Plain, there lived a maiden, "Rocky Mountain High" () Rocky Mountain High. Mother Nature's Son. Paradise. For Baby (For Bobbie) Darcy Farrow. Prisoners. Goodbye Again. Season Suite: Summer, Fall, Winter, Late Winter, Early Spring, Spring.
Nov 08, · Here there are nice covers of "Darcy Farrow" and "Paradise," but the real unsung winner is Denver's own "Prisoners." What a nice song. "Rocky Mountain High" isn't Denver's best album, but it set up his most fertile period, and though it would be over by , we have a wonderful single and a nice album to thank for his ascendency/5(7).
Rocky Mountain High Album Tom; 10 videos; 06 Darcy Farrow by cheerydavie. John Denver - Rocky Mountain High (Official Audio) by John Denver.
Rocky Mountain high. (written by John Denver) Mother Nature’s Son. Mother Nature’s Son. Born a poor young country boy, Mother Nature’s son. All day long I’m sitting singing songs for everyone. Darcy Farrow was her name. The daughter of old Dundee, and a fair one was she.
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