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Among the English language's premier phrase-turners with music relevant to any age, the late great John Prine was part of the Atlantic Records family for four signature albums before he jumped over to Asylum for another three records and eventually his own label Oh Boy. 1979's Pink Cadillac, Prine's pivotal sixth studio effort overall and second for Asylum, found the singer/songwriter recording at Sam Phillips' Memphis studio with the Sun Records' founder's sons Knox and Jerry (Sam even came out of retirement to produce two tracks himself). An eclectic mix of rock & roll and country split evenly between originals and covers, the raw and entertaining affair exhibits glimpses of that beloved "Sun Sound." "That was when Steely Dan and the Eagles were at the top of charts with records that were squeaky clean, and I wanted to make a record with some noise," Prine told Uncut. "I wanted people to hear chairs squeaking and things banging around, like you'd just walked into somebody's basement and there's a band playing."

  1. Chinatown
  2. Automobile
  3. Killing the Blues
  4. No Name Girl
  5. Saigon
  6. Cold War (This Cold War with You)
  7. Baby Let's Play House
  8. Down by the Side of the Road
  9. How Lucky
  10. Ubangi Stomp