Aug182022

Don McLean

Donald McLean III (born October 2, 1945) is an American singer-songwriter, best known for his 1971 hit song "American Pie", an 8.5-minute folk rock "cultural touchstone" about the loss of innocence of the early rock and roll generation (US #1 for four weeks in 1972 and UK #2). McLean's grandfather and father, both also named Donald McLean, had roots originating in Scotland. The Buccis, the family of McLean's mother, Elizabeth, came from Abruzzo in central Italy. Read more on Last.fm

Track: American Pie

Album: American Pie

Album Details:
Album American Pie
Label
Release Date 1971
Total Tracks 10
Track Listing:
1American Pie08:36
2Till Tomorrow02:15
3Vincent04:03
4Crossroads03:39
5Winterwood03:10
6Empty Chairs03:27
7Everybody Loves Me, Baby03:36
8Sister Fatima02:35
9The Grave03:14
10Babylon01:41

Most Played Tracks as Scrobbled to Last.fm

# Title Plays
1American Pie
4360840
2Vincent
1479391
3Castles In The Air
214273
4And I Love You So
207127
5Crying
165266
6Empty Chairs
160896
7Crossroads
146963
8Winterwood
138306
9Babylon
127153
10Till Tomorrow
111873

Other Album Releases:

Starry Starry Night (Live in Austin)
Still Playin' Favorites
On A Starry Night (Live 1971)
Prime Time (The Savoy, New York '81 WNEW Broadcast Remastered)
Live at The Bottom Line (Live 1974)
Botanical Gardens
Airwaves (Live)
Castles in the Air (Live Concert)
Don Mclean: American Troubadour
Addicted to Black

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