Texas Connection 1992
John Prine & The Sins of Memphisto
John Prine – vocals, guitar
Phil Parlapiano – keyboards, accordian,
guitar, mandolin, bass, vocals
Bill Bonk – bass, guitar, harmonica, mandolin,
Duane Jarvis – guitar, bass, mandolin, vocals
I say this about John.. he has written some of the best songs.. soothing.. relaxing.. memorizing.. this song here, has become my favorite.. written and sung by John.. his voice.. goes with his words
I sure do miss John Prine.
I’m 66 and I’m just delving in this beautiful man music,I’ve listen word years,stupid mistake I made .Thankful I finally jumped into the rabbit hole to John Prine
4 great country singers passed from covid. That's reason enough for me to nuke China back to the stone age
TikTok brought me here. And I’m grateful
It's a lesson too late for the learning made of sand made of sand
Love this song
It is such divorce music
I am 66 yrs. Old. I still stumble across old treasures all the time…makes getting old more fun. Ever heard of the Be Good Tanyas? Tap into Youtube and listen to little birds and rustling leaves.
First heard this song as a re-recording for the 1992 film Falling from Grace directed by one of his best friends John Mellencamp.
—just known it
I’m so sorry that I missed out on so many years of great music and lyrics. My husband had asked me if I heard of him but I said no. My life was so busy I didn’t have time or the internet. My husband passed away in 2004 at the age of 49 18 years ago and so sorry that I missed out on many years of great music from John Prine ❤️
So wonderful. The best ever ever ever!
I'm yet another "Johnny-Come-Lately" as I didn't discover John and his music until honestly a couple years ago. A buddy posted a video on Facebook of The Zac Brown Band doing this song. In reading the comments I realized it was a cover and I found John's original….along with many other great songs. John may be gone physically, but he left behind hours of great songs for generations to follow. God bless Mr Prine.
I’m glad you finally discovered John Prine he’s very good he has a lot to say my wife died couple years ago her to check her not found anyone How are my back we wanna have a conversation I am available
The sequel…l guess they otta name a drink after you!
You did find him… the rest is your history..
Rest in peace John. You are very much missed in Country Music. One of a kind. 👍🤠🏴
All the best to you too 🎉🎉🎉
I hope he is enjoying his nine mile cigarette in Heaven : )
He was at the Cambridge Folk Festival in the late 90s before the fabulous Album a fine talented performer too .
God i love this man he touches me like no one can
I flew to Ireland to see John prime play just for the weekend because of girl like this what this song was written about
prine time! i got a divroce for xmas so i went out and buught a toy trian and nailed it to the tbale cuz i could…lol
I never heard this song till today on the store radio but it was done by a Zac Brown. I dont like new country music but after hearing him sing it I had to find the original. Both are equally great.
It’s 2021 and I still love John prine
John absolutely penetrates my heart with almost all his songs. A legend. Blake omlie
Missed . American treasure !!!
He always made it fun love you John
I am so sad, that I missed out for so many years. This man is brilliant,
A very underrated and to people who dont know music a very unappreciated musician. RIP
What a bute
Just heard the beginning of John Prine's song "All The Best" on Showtime's American Rust, Season 1 Episode 4.
Been listening since I was 10. 48 years ago😎🙂 May John RIP