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The country-rock band’s 1975 album sees a different lineup than on their first two efforts, but the songs are as good and maybe better. You can intrinsically feel the open road here, which helps explain an overall airy sense of hopefulness. There’s even a heartfelt cover of Gene Clark’s great trainspotter “Kansas City Southern.” Elsewhere, the title song and “Harvest” recall The Eagles and Poco, while “I’ll Change Your Flat Tire, Merle” honors Merle Haggard and the country teardrop “Just Can’t Believe It” features a duet with Emmylou Harris. Chet Atkins adds some guitar, and the pedal steel playing is heavenly throughout.

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Two Lane Highway

First of all, the album is titled "Two Lane Highway", not "Runner", as stated in this review. Larry Goshorn not only wrote and sang this song but a couple other really nice tunes on this album. In addition, though I can't deny Craig Fuller and Vince Gill are great singers/songwriters, they were not the only members of Pure Prairie League. In fact Tim and Larry Goshorn toured with this group for several years as did others, who left and came back. To only mention the ones who "went gold" does a disservice to all the great players in this group, including The Goshorn Brothers, who to this day have a huge following AS "The Goshorn Brothers" in Cincinnati Ohio and every where they play. To only mention Craig and Vince even when you're reviewing an album they didn't even play on, is quite unkind to the players, singers and songwriters who also wrote some very great tunes on these albums.

Up & coming

A band that help make southern rock a moving force.Thanks

My favorite song of all time

This is a great album (almost as good Bustin’ Out); Sister’s Keeper is just tremendous.


Formed: 1969 in Columbus, OH

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Despite significant personnel changes, Pure Prairie League maintained itself as a successful country-rock band during the 1970s and early '80s, releasing ten albums and enjoying hits -- including "Amie" and "Let Me Love You Tonight" -- with different configurations of the group. Pure Prairie League was formed in Columbus, Ohio, in 1969 by singer/songwriter/guitarist Craig Fuller (born July 18, 1949, in Portsmouth, Ohio), singer/guitarist George Powell, bass player Jim Lanham, and drummer Tom McGrail,...
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