If you thought that ’70s-’80s country rockers Pure Prairie League were memorable only for a couple of hits (”Amie,” ”Let Me Love You Tonight”) and that faux-Rockwell cowboy on their album covers, well, you were right. Despite the presence of Vince Gill (who fronted them from 1978 to ‘83), Best of Pure Prairie League is insurance-policy dull, and — this is scary — awfully similar to today’s Hot Country. C
Best of Pure Prairie League If you thought that '70s-'80s country rockers Pure Prairie League were memorable only for a couple of hits (''Amie,'' ''Let Me Love You Tonight'') and...Best of Pure Prairie LeagueCountry If you thought that '70s-'80s country rockers Pure Prairie League were memorable only for a couple of hits (''Amie,'' ''Let Me Love You Tonight'') and...1995-08-18
Genre: Country; Producer (group): Mercury Nashville
Posted August 18 1995 — 12:00 AM EDT
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