John Denver ‎– The Best Of John Denver

RCA Victor ‎– APL1 0374, RCA ‎– APL1 0374, RCA Victor ‎– CPL1 0374, RCA ‎– CPL1 0374
Vinyl, LP, Compilation


A1 Take Me Home, Country Roads
A2 Follow Me
A3 Starwood In Aspen
A4 For Baby (For Bobbie)
A5 Rhymes And Reasons
A6 Leaving On A Jet Plane
B1 The Eagle And The Hawk
B2 Sunshine On My Shoulders
B3 Goodbye Again
B4 Poems, Prayers And Promises
B5 Rocky Mountain High

Companies, etc.


℗ 1972 RCA Records
Manufactured by RCA Limited, England

Printed in England by Robert Stace

Includes insert.

This version has publishing credits for ATV Music & Harmony. There exists another, almost identical, version which has publishing credits for Winter Hill Music & Harmony Music: The Best Of John Denver

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (Price Code): GG

Other Versions (5 of 80) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AFL-1-0374-A John Denver John Denver's Greatest Hits(LP, Comp) RCA AFL-1-0374-A US 1973 Sell This Version
APSI 0374 John Denver The Best Of John Denver(8-Trk, Comp) RCA APSI 0374 UK Unknown Sell This Version
LPVS-1656 John Denver John Denver's Greatest Hits(LP, Comp) RCA LPVS-1656 Venezuela 1977 Sell This Version
APL1 0374, CPL1 0374 John Denver The Best Of John Denver(LP, Comp) RCA, RCA Victor APL1 0374, CPL1 0374 UK 1972 Sell This Version
ND 90523 John Denver John Denver's Greatest Hits(CD, Comp) RCA ND 90523 Europe Unknown Sell This Version



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December 9, 2016
Going through my collection and found that I have a US-made (black text on CD face) version of PCD1-0374. It's the one with "RE" on the back cover.
I don't have the original to compare, but going on what I hear I am thinking this remaster (if that's the proper term) corrected something with "Rocky Mountain High". My reason for suspecting this is because there is hiss (and high pitch noise) between all the tracks except the last two. At the end of "Poems, Prayers And Promises", there's a couple seconds of hiss followed by dead silence. "Rocky Mountain High" starts with a higher level of tape hiss (and higher volume overall.)
Also - the hiss fades at the end of "Leaving On A Jet Plane". Since this was a side closer, perhaps the mastering engineer faded it for that reason.
Again, I don't have the original CD to compare, but I'd bet it doesn't have the aforementioned anomaly with the last track.