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  1. Epstein, the bass player in Tom Petty's Heartbreakers, was a longtime fan, with Prine recalling "I'd heard for years that he and (Heartbreakers keyboard player) Benmont Tench would show up at my shows. And I heard all the guys in the Heartbreakers played my stuff on the road. So Al called Howie. And before he could even hang up the phone, Howie ...

    • September 24, 1991
  2. 17. Feb. 2011 · "Picture Show" by John Prine and featuring Tom Petty from the album The Missing Years. Written by John Prine. Video by Jim Shea.Album available here: https:...

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  3. 8. März 2019 · John Prine singing "Picture Show" from his 1991 album "The Missing Years"Available here: JOHN:Website:

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  4. "Picture Show" (John Prine [ft. Tom Petty]) The Missing Years: 1996 "One More Shot" (Carl Perkins & Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers)"Give Me Back My Job" (Carl Perkins, Bono, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson & Tom Petty) "Restless" (Carl Perkins & Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers) Go Cat Go! All tracks (Johnny Cash backed by Tom Petty and the ...

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  5. 23. Jan. 1992 · The presence of a stellar cast of supporting singers (Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, Bonnie Raitt) and players (David Lindley, Mike Campbell, Albert Lee) reflects Prine’s reputation. Yet the ...

  6. › album › the-missing-yearsThe Missing Years | John Prine

    24. Sept. 1991 · John Prine's classic, Grammy award-winning album, The Missing Years, available on CD from Oh Boy Records. Includes unlimited streaming of The Missing Years via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

  7. Watch on. The Missing Years, released on Sept. 24, 1991, went on to win Prine the first of his four Grammys. His reputation grew in the next decades, even as he fought off cancer twice, which damaged his voice in 1998 and his lungs in 2013. He died of the complications of Covid-19 on April 7, 2020, at the age of 73.