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Common Sense

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John Prine 7/1/1989

Review

Prine's sound slickens considerably here, as producer Steve Cropper fashions a commercial-friendly album of light funk and rock. Unfortunately, the cloying production overpowers the lyrics and relegates them to an almost cursory notion, and it doesn't help that Prine hasn't come up with much new material of note. His wit is still sharp, but it no longer shines; consequently, Common Sense has the unfortunate distinction of being the worst of Prine's Atlantic albums. The exceptions are "Come Back to Us Barbara Lewis Hare Krishna Beauregard" and "He Was in Heaven Before He Died." ~ Jim Smith
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Middleman John Prine 2:29
  3. 2 Common Sense John Prine 3:8
  4. 3 Come Back to Us Barbara Lewis Hare Krishna Beauregard John Prine 3:20
  5. 4 Wedding Day in Funeralville John Prine 2:26
  6. 5 Way Down John Prine 2:20
  7. 6 My Own Best Friend John Prine 3:12
  8. 7 Forbidden Jimmy John Prine 2:52
  9. 8 Saddle in the Rain John Prine 3:35
  10. 9 That Close to You John Prine 2:43
  11. 10 He Was in Heaven Before He Died John Prine 2:16
  12. 11 You Never Can Tell John Prine 3:15

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