Aimless Love

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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
John Prine moved to his own independent label, Oh Boy, after stints at Atlantic and Asylum later, he acquired his Asylum albums and reissued them on Oh Boy. On this label debut, he is under no commercial pressures, and that seems to make him more low-key. "The Oldest Baby in the World," "Somewhere Someone's Falling in Love," and "Unwed Fathers" are good examples of his new sweetness, which is as winning as his wit in his older songs.
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
John Prine moved to his own independent label, Oh Boy, after stints at Atlantic and Asylum later, he acquired his Asylum albums and reissued them on Oh Boy. On this label debut, he is under no commercial pressures, and that seems to make him more low-key. "The Oldest Baby in the World," "Somewhere Someone's Falling in Love," and "Unwed Fathers" are good examples of his new sweetness, which is as winning as his wit in his older songs.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/11/1989
  • Label: Oh Boy
  • UPC: 094012000226
  • Catalog Number: 2
  • Sales rank: 52,134

Album Credits

Performance Credits
John Prine Primary Artist, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
John Sebastian Harmonica, Autoharp
Jennifer Warnes Background Vocals
Matthew Wilder Background Vocals
Roger Cook Ukulele, Vocals, Background Vocals
Donnie Fritts Electric Piano
Jim Rooney Acoustic Guitar, Guitar
Charles Cochran Organ, Upright Bass
Glen D. Hardin Piano
Philip Donnelly Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Background Vocals
Stuart Duncan Mandolin
Chuck Fiore Bass
Steve Fishell Pedal Steel Guitar, Background Vocals
Jack Grochmal Acoustic Guitar, Tambourine
James Harrah Electric Guitar
Leo LeBlanc Guitar, Pedal Steel Guitar, Steel Guitar
Kenny Malone Drums
Sandy Mason Background Vocals
Dee Murray Bass
Tony Newman Drums
Spooner Oldham Electric Piano
Rachel Peer-Prine Bass, Background Vocals, Gut String Guitar, Vocal Harmony
Greg Prestopino Background Vocals
Dave Prine Fiddle
Kevin Wells Drums
Bobby Whitlock Organ, Piano, Background Vocals, Knee Slaps
Bobby Woods Piano
Technical Credits
Steve Goodman Producer
John Prine Producer, Contributor
Jim Rooney Producer, Engineer
Curtis Allen Engineer
Gary Brandt Engineer
Jack Grochmal Engineer
Hank Neuberger Engineer
Allen Reynolds Engineer
Bobby Whitlock Contributor
Irving Gordon Composer
Allan Roberts Composer
Alvin Kaufman Composer
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