Tim Hardin - Tim Hardin 1 album flac
|1||Don't Make Promises||2:22|
|2||Green Rocky Road||2:20|
|5||While You're On Your Way||2:17|
|6||It'll Never Happen Again||2:35|
|7||Reason To Believe||1:59|
|8||Never Too Far||2:15|
|9||Part Of The Wind||2:12|
|10||Ain't Gonna Do Without||2:12|
|12||How Can We Hang On To A Dream||2:06|
- Manufactured By – Polydor K.K.
- Arranged By [Strings] – Artie Butler
- Bass – Bob Bushnell, Walter Yost
- Drums – Buddy Saltzman, Earl Palmer
- Engineer – Val Valentin
- Harmonica – John Sebastian
- Piano, Vocals – Tim Hardin
- Producer – Erik Jacobsen
- Vibraphone – Gary Burton, Phil Krauss*
- Written-By – Tim Hardin
NotesPolydor KK., Made in Japan.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4 988005 131898
- Rights Society: JASRAC
|FT-3004||Tim Hardin||Tim Hardin 1 (LP, Album, Mono)||Verve Folkways||FT-3004||US||1966|
|FTS-3004, FTS 3004||Tim Hardin||Tim Hardin 1 (LP, Album, RP)||Verve Forecast, Verve Forecast||FTS-3004, FTS 3004||US||1967|
|FTS-3004||Tim Hardin||Tim Hardin 1 (LP, Album)||Verve Forecast||FTS-3004||Canada||1967|
|FTS-3004||Tim Hardin||Tim Hardin 1 (LP, Album)||Verve Folkways||FTS-3004||Canada||1966|
|VMLP-14076||Tim Hardin||Tim Hardin 1 (LP, Album, Mono)||Verve Folkways||VMLP-14076||Brazil||Unknown|
Artiste : Tim Hardin Album : Suite For Susan Moore and Damian: We Are One, One, All In One (1969) Song : First Love Song Composed by Tim Hardin Label.
James Timothy Hardin (December 23, 1941 – December 29, 1980) was an American folk musician and composer. He wrote the Top 40 hit "If I Were a Carpenter", covered by, among others, Bobby Darin, Joan Baez, Johnny Cash, The Four Tops, Robert Plant, Small Faces, Johnny Rivers, and Bert Jansch; his song "Reason to Believe" has also been covered by many artists, notably Rod Stewart (who had a chart hit with the song), Neil Young, and The Carpenters. Hardin is also known for his own recording career.
Tim Hardin's debut album was something of a happy accident, a killer record at least a third of which was comprised of tracks intended as demos, while another half utilized a string orchestra that the artist knew nothing about. Whatever its origins, Tim Hardin 1 is one of the most powerful and compelling records of its era, encompassing deeply personal and compelling poetry, blues, rock, and folk in settings ranging from stripped-down Sun Records-style rock & roll to lightly orchestrated folk-rock. Hardin wasn't happy about the presence of the blues-style demos on the finished album, but when they're placed alongside such startlingly original and personal songs as "Reason to Believe," "Misty Roses," "While You're on Your Way," "It'll Never Happen Again," and "Hang on to a Dream," they vividly show off the sheer range of Hardin's singing and. his musical sensibilities.
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James Timothy "Tim" Hardin (December 23, 1941 – December 29, 1980) was an American folk musician and composer. He wrote the Top 40 hit "If I Were a Carpenter", covered by, among others, Bobby Darin, Joan Baez, Johnny Cash, The Four Tops, Robert Plant, and Johnny Rivers; his song "Reason to Believe" has also been covered by many artists, notably Rod Stewart (who had a chart hit with the song), Neil Young, and The Carpenters. 1 Early life and career. 2 Later work and death.
I really wanted Tim Hardin to be at the festival. I figured Woodstock could be Tim's big break. I had told him about it months and months before and he got really excited about playing, but when he got to the site he got high and did a disappointing set. It was a shame. Michael Lang, co-creator of Woodstock, in the book "Woodstock: Three Days That Rocked the World". Tim Hardin "Reason To Believe". Life After Woodstock. Hardin's life began to unravel after the festival
Tim Hardin 1. Critic Score. No one has said anything yet. Contributions By. patton. View All. Tim Hardin 2. This Is Tim Hardin. Suite for Susan Moore and Damion: We Are One, One, All in One. Tim Hardin 3 Live in Concert. Tim Hardin 4. Unforgiven.
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Nine is an album by folk artist Tim Hardin, recorded in England and released in 1973. It was Hardin's final finished studio album.