John Denver / Live at The Apollo Theater [10/26/1982] (Full)

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love how he had done the lords prayer in indian :)
Andy Trullinger:
There is something magical about this man. He was such a compassionate, kind soul. I prefer to think of him like this, at his prime. His tragic end is too much to handle. Thank God we have these performances.
Charles Smith:
Country Road, Take Me Home? Is that right? That's what he is singing.
Dennis Rossow:
After seeing John Denver in a movie with George Burns last night (Oh God)it brought back so many old memories of him in my head. I'm still an old fan of his and I really miss him as a actor and performer on stage.He was really great.
Jojo Alngag:
i always play or listen to his songs on the radio or in the yutubes or mp3 records....john denver he is a good singer cause its very simple man to perform on the stage....his songs is very meanningful to me.....always reminding us the good things or the moment in our life ...we loved you john denver.......
Larry Depontes:
My first concert was An evening with John Denver in Jacksonville
Mark Birmingham:
I'm revisiting his music which I first found in my fathers record collection. I can understand how he isn't everyone's taste but that said you have to appreciate the talent of the man. WHAT a voice, what a range.
Ozzie Wozzie Original:
There is one and ONLY one John Denver. Lots of modern musician looked down on his music just because he does not play jazz notes... but then.... he still has more fans than most of his critics
Rick Ruff:
Wonderful video. A cherished memory as a young man was seeing John Denver many times in a small club in Georgetown, Washington D. C. At least thirty times I saw his show in the mid sixties. The Cellar Door was a small club, maybe 120 people could squeeze in. Used to sit right literally at his feet for his performances. All his songs were just great, great guitar playing and a fabulous voice. The Bells of Rhmney and Readjustment Blues always brought the audience leaping to their feet in standing ovation. I have never witnessed anything like it since. He used to have Bill Danoff and Taffy Nivert open his show for him. Danoff wrote Country Roads and John Denver helped him finish it. Became a big hit. After that, you had to go to big venues to see him. Nothing like a small intimate club like The Cellar Door. I miss him.
Robert Nash:
Been looking for this forever!!
Susan Sheehan:
Oh how I miss good music. This man was the epitomy of talent. Godspeed to you John and thank you.
T Erf:
Johnny D is solid dude. Pure Americana.
adrian newman:
a good man, the sensitivity in his music, and within that, was his strength.
daniela micallef:
This man speaks to my soul, so glad we have his contribution by means of his art. His special ability to express his feelings in song is worthy of admiration. Renewing beautiful memories. Mary Ann
gretchen mreminting:

    John Denver / His Guitar and his Music
Live at The Apollo Theater [10/26/1982]

1. Rocky Mountain High
2. Sunshine On My Shoulders
3. Saturday Night In Toledo, Ohio
4. It's A Sin To Tell A Lie
5. Bells Of Rhymney
6. Indian Lord's Prayer
7. Durango Mountain Caballero
8. Thought Of You
9. Rhymes And Reasons
10. The Eagle And The Hawk

11. Take Me Home, Country Roads
12. Grandma's Feather Bed
13. Seasons Of The Heart
14. Poem...Ambulance Down In The Valley
15. Jimmy Newman
16. Last Night I Had The Strangest Dream
17. I Want To Live
18. Heart To Heart
19. Annie's Song
20. Calypso
21. Perhaps Love
22. This Old Guitar