Five Good Covers presents five cross-genre reinterpretations of an oft-covered song. Instead, Prine decided to write a song from the perspective of a middle-aged woman who felt older than her years and unhappy with her life, and who wished for an angel to take her away from it all. Carly Simon recorded it the next year, but it was not included on her No Secrets album, although she performed it on TV shows it showed up, in altered form, years later in a box set. Seriously—if you search for covers of the song, you are just as likely to find it identified as a Bonnie Raitt cover as a John Prine cover.
The song has been covered extensively by various artists. John Prine wrote "Angel from Montgomery" after a friend suggested writing "another song about old people," referring to Prine's song "Hello in There. She wanted to get out of her house and her marriage and everything. She just wanted an angel to come to take her away from all this. The screenplay's setting of Montgomery was changed to the fictitious Armour Springs in the movie. The song is used in the film Who Bombed Judi Bari? Introduced on Prine's self-titled debut album, "Angel from Montgomery" was recorded in by Carly Simon in her first session for No Secrets , produced by Paul Buckmaster and featuring James Taylor 's vocals and Danny Kortchmar on guitar. Simon recalls: " Elektra rejected [the tracks from that session] and Recorded by Bonnie Koloc for her album Hold on to Me, "Angel from Montgomery" had its first high-profile artist cover in when John Denver included the song on his Farewell Andromeda as "Angels from Montgomery" but it was via the version by Bonnie Raitt on her album Streetlights that the song first attained wide recognition.
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