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It was a contrast to the cynicism of urban songwriters like Paul Simon, Bob Dylan and John Lennon.
Denver's songs were seen as naive, which was partly true - even when he felt depressed, his feelings emerged in another positive song, "Sunshine on my Shoulders".
Although Denver's albums sold in the UK, his singles failed to have the same success as in the United States, but this changed in 1974, when he released "Annie's Song".
It topped the UK charts and then became an instrumental success for the classical flautist James Galway.
Henry John Deutschendorf Jr (John Denver), singer, guitarist, songwriter: born Roswell, New Mexico 31 December 1943; married first 1967 Ann Martell (one adopted son, one adopted daughter; marriage dissolved 1983), second Cassandra Delaney (one daughter); died Monterey Bay, California 12 October 1997.
He was born Henry John Deutschendorf, the son of an air force pilot, in Roswell, New Mexico, on New Year's Eve 1943.Even though he was unknown, John Denver was given a six-week television series on BBC2 in the early Seventies.The public warmed to his million- watt smile, his cowboy shirts, his granny glasses, his Dutch haircut, his valiant attempts at juggling and his catchphrase, "Far out".He was giving a concert with Bill and Taffy Danoff, who played him a song they were writing, "Take Me Home, Country Roads".Denver finished it and asked RCA to add it to the album.
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Much to his surprise, as he considered himself sterile, they had a daughter, Jesse Belle.