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Kris Kristofferson - Discography [28 albums] (1970-2010) (MP3)

Mensaje por luzwillis el Jue Mar 13, 2014 1:59 pm

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Artist: Kris Kristofferson
Title Of Album: Discography 
Year Of Release: 1970-2010
Label: USA
Genre: Country, Folk
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 192-320kbps
Total Time: 26:27:00 min
Total Size: 3,08 GB

==Studio Albums==
1970 • Kristofferson • 320
1941 • The Silver Tongued Devil And I • 320
1972 • Border Lord • 320
1972 • Jesus Was a Capricorn • 320
1973 • Full Moon [& Rita Coolidge] • 320
1974 • Breakaway [& Rita Coolidge] • 320
1974 • Spooky Lady's Sideshow • 320
1975 • Who's to Bless and Who's to Blame • 320 #
1976 • Surreal Thing • vbr
1978 • Easter Island • vbr
1979 • Natural Act [& Rita Coolidge] • 320
1979 • Shake Hands With The Devil • 320
1981 • To The Bone • 192
1986 • Repossesed • vbr
1995 • A Moment of Forever • 320
1999 • The Austin Sessions • 320
2000 • Honky Tonk Heroes [& Billy Joe Shaver, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings] • 320 #
2006 • This Old Road • 320
2009 • Closer To The Bone [Deluxe 2CD Edition] • 320

1981 • Live From Austin, TX • 192
1992 • Live at the Philharmonic [& Willie Nelson, Rita Coolidge, Larry Gatlin] • 192
2003 • Broken Freedom Song: Live from San Francisco • 192

1973 • Kris Kristofferson & Friends: Record Plant [2CD] (bootleg) • 192
2004 • Live In Hultsfred (bootleg) • 192

1977 • Songs Of Kristofferson • 192
1990 • The Legendary Years • 192
1991 • Singer Songwriter [2CD] • 320
2004 • The Essential Kris Kristofferson [2CD] • 320
2010 • Please Don't Tell Me How The Story Ends: The Publishing Demos 1968-72 • 320

Kristoffer Kristian "Kris" Kristofferson (born June 22, 1936) is an American musician, actor, and writer. He is known for such hits as "Me and Bobby McGee", "For the Good Times", "Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down", and "Help Me Make It Through the Night". Kristofferson is the sole writer of most of his songs, and he has collaborated with various other figures of the Nashville scene such as Shel Silverstein.
Kristoffer Kristofferson was born in Brownsville, Texas, to Mary Ann (née Ashbrook) and Lars Henry Kristofferson, a U.S. Army Air Corps officer (later a U.S. Air Force Major General). His paternal grandparents immigrated from Sweden, and Kristofferson's paternal grandfather was an officer in the Swedish Army. When Kristofferson was a child, his father pushed him toward a military career. Like most "military brats", Kristofferson moved around frequently as a youth, finally settling down in San Mateo, California, where he graduated from San Mateo High School. An aspiring writer, Kristofferson enrolled in Pomona College in 1954. He experienced his first dose of fame when he appeared in Sports Illustrated's "Faces in the Crowd" for his achievements in collegiate rugby union, football, and track and field. He and fellow classmates revived the Claremont Colleges Rugby Club in 1958, which has remained a Southern California rugby dynasty.[clarification needed] Kristofferson became a member of Kappa Delta at Pomona College, graduating in 1958 with a BA, summa cum laude in Literature. In a 2004 interview with Pomona College Magazine Kristofferson mentioned philosophy professor Frederick Sontag as an important influence in his life.

Kristofferson earned a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford University, where his college was Merton. While at Oxford he was awarded his blue for boxing and began writing songs. With the help of his manager, Larry Parnes, he recorded for Top Rank Records under the name Kris Carson. Parnes was working to sell Kris as "a Yank at Oxford" to the British public; Kristofferson was willing to accept that promotional approach if it helped his singing career, which he hoped would enable him to progress towards his goal of becoming a novelist. This early phase of his music career was unsuccessful.

In 1960, Kristofferson graduated with a BPhil in English literature and married an old girlfriend, Fran Beer. Kristofferson, under pressure from his family, ultimately joined the U.S. Army and achieved the rank of Captain. He became a helicopter pilot after receiving flight training at Fort Rucker, Alabama. He also completed Ranger School. During the early 1960s, he was stationed in West Germany as a member of the 8th Infantry Division. It was during this time that he resumed his music career and formed a band. In 1965, when his tour of duty ended, Kristofferson was given an assignment to teach English Literacy at West Point. Instead, he decided to leave the Army and pursue songwriting. His family disowned him because of this decision and they never reconciled with him. They saw it as a rejection of everything they stood for. Kristofferson has stated that he was greatly influenced by the poet William Blake while at Oxford, who had proclaimed that if one has a God-given creative talent then one should use it, or else reap sorrow and despair. Kristofferson sent some of his compositions to a friend's relative, Marijohn Wilkin, a successful Nashville, Tennessee, songwriter but when he arrived in the town to see Sam Phillips of Sun Records his shoes were, according to Philips, "falling off his feet."


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