Higher Ground - Netflix
Former Wall Street mogul Peter Scarbrow becomes headmaster of Mount Horizon, a rehabilitation school in the Pacific Northwest where troubled teens who have been abused, involved in drugs, prostitution, or gangs learn to grow in a safe environment. The series focuses on a group of students called the Cliffhangers, each with their own story and troubles.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Higher Ground - Higher Ground (John Denver album) - Netflix
Higher Ground is the 20th studio album by American singer-songwriter John Denver. Released in September, 1988, it was his first studio album on the Windstar label. It was recorded at Denver's private studio in Snowmass, Colorado, with the exception of “For You” and the didjeridu part in “Sing Australia.” These were recorded in Sydney, Australia. The album shares its title with Denver's television movie “Higher Ground”, which uses the album's title song as its opening theme.
Higher Ground - Side two - Netflix
“A Country Girl in Paris” “For You” “All This Joy” (Denver, Glen D. Hardin) “Falling Leaves (The Refugees)” “Bread & Roses” (Mimi Fariña, Jim Oppenheim) “Alaska & Me”
Higher Ground - References - Netflix