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John Denver's albums, 1969-1989, in chronological order

Corinne H. Smith
 
Rhymes & Reasons
Rhymes & Reasons
"Released in 1969.  The original wasn't an import, of course. Features the title song, "Leavin' on a Jet Plane," and "Catch Another Butterfly.""
Take Me To Tomorrow
Take Me To Tomorrow
"Released in Spring 1970.  The original wasn't an import, of course.  Features the title song, "Follow Me," and "Carolina in my Mind.""
Whose Garden Was This
Whose Garden Was This
"Released in Fall 1970.  The original wasn't an import, of course.  Features the title song, "Mr. Bojangles," and "I Wish I Could Have Been There," a lament about not attending the Woodstock festival."
Poems Prayers & Promises
Poems Prayers & Promises
"Released in Spring 1971.  Features the title song, "My Sweet Lady," "Take Me Home, Country Roads," "Sunshine on my Shoulders," and "I Guess He'd Rather Be in Colorado.""
Aerie
Aerie
"Released in Winter 1971.  The original wasn't an import, of course.  Features "Starwood in Aspen," "Friends with You," and "The Eagle and the Hawk.""
Rocky Mountain High
Rocky Mountain High
"Released in September 1972.  Features the title song, "Goodbye Again," "Season Suite," and John Prine's "Paradise."  Note:  If you ever had the cassette version of this album, you may have missed out on "Paradise," "Prisoners," and "Darcy Farrow."  The cassette that I still own omitted these selections from the original album."
Farewell Andromeda
Farewell Andromeda
"Released in May 1973.  Features the title song, "I'd Rather Be a Cowboy," and "Angels from Montgomery.""
John Denver's Greatest Hits
John Denver's Greatest Hits
"Released in November 1973.  The *first* greatest hits album."
Back Home Again
Back Home Again
"Released in April 1974.  Features the title song, "Thank God I'm a Country Boy," "Grandma's Feather Bed," and "Annie's Song.""
Evening With John Denver
Evening With John Denver
"The first "live" album, released in early 1975.  Covers most of the best songs he did thus far, with the addition of a new song, "Annie's Other Song.""
Windsong
Windsong
"Released in Summer 1975.  Features the title song, "Looking for Space," "Love is Everywhere," "I'm Sorry," and "Fly Away.""
Rocky Mountain Christmas
Rocky Mountain Christmas
"Released in August 1975.  His first Christmas album.  Includes the original song, "A Baby Just Like You," written for his son, Zach."
Spirit
Spirit
"Released in August 1976.  Features "Come and Let Me Look in your Eyes" and "Like a Sad Song.""
John Denver: Greatest Hits, Vol. 2
John Denver: Greatest Hits, Vol. 2
"Released in Spring 1977.  The *second* greatest hits album."
I Want to Live
I Want to Live
"Released in November 1977.  Features the title song, "How Can I Leave You Again," and "To the Wild Country.""
John Denver
John Denver
"Released in January 1979.  Features "Life is so Good" and "Johnny B. Goode."  (!)"
A Christmas Together
A Christmas Together
"The Muppet Album, released in October 1979.  Features John's recitation of his poem, "Alfie, The Christmas Tree," followed by a group chorus of "It's in Everyone of Us.""
Autograph
Autograph
"Released in March 1980.  Features the title song, "How Mountain Girls Can Love," and "You Say That the Battle is Over.""
Some Days Are Diamonds
Some Days Are Diamonds
"Released in June 1981.  Features the title song and "Boy from the Country.""
Seasons of the Heart
Seasons of the Heart
"Released in March 1982.  Features the title song, "What One Man Can Do," and "Shanghai Breezes.""
It's About Time
It's About Time
"Preceded by "Rocky Mountain Holiday," which isn't listed on Amazon.  This one was released in 1983 and features "Wild Montana Skies" and "Falling Out of Love.""
John Denver's Greatest Hits Volume 3
John Denver's Greatest Hits Volume 3
"Released in 1984.  The *third* greatest hits album."
Dreamland Express
Dreamland Express
"Released in 1985.  Features the title song and "Don't Close Your Eyes, Tonight.""
One World
One World
"Released in 1986.  Features the title song, "Love is the Master," and "Let Us Begin (What are we making weapons for?)"."
Higher Ground
Higher Ground
"Released in 1989.  The original wasn't an import, of course.  Features the title song, "Whispering Jesse," "Homegrown Tomatoes," and "Sing Australia.""