Tim Hardin - The Best Of Tim Hardin flac album
Title: The Best Of Tim Hardin
Style: Folk Rock
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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. The beautiful, briskly paced "Don't Make Promises" - which, along with.
Originally titled Tim Hardin 3, this set was recorded live in 1968 with a backing band comprised primarily of jazz musicians. The support crew is a bit tentative; it's evident that they hadn't played much with Hardin, and in places the tempo comes close to breaking down. It's still a good, effective performance; Hardin is in good voice (a condition which apparently couldn't be readily counted on, even in his early days), and on the songs that had already been released on his first two albums, the arrangements vary from the recorded versions in interesting fashions. The best of these is the Lenny Bruce tribute, "Lenny's Tune," which Nico covered on her first solo album (where it was retitled "Eulogy to Lenny Bruce"). The 1995 CD reissue of this album adds three previously unreleased bonus tracks from the same concert.
The Tim Hardin number in Universal's 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection series of midline-priced compilations is a barebones effort, but it does constitute Tim Hardin 101. Hardin's best-known compositions - "If I Were a Carpenter," "Reason to Believe," and "Lady Came From Baltimore" - are all included. Hardin recorded for Verve Records, now part of the Universal catalog, in the 1960s, and seven tracks are drawn from his debut album, Tim Hardin/1, plus four from Tim Hardin/2 and one from the concert album Tim Hardin/3
Tim Hardin 1 album, Bob Dylan, Tim Hardin 1, Misty Roses, If I Were a Carpenter, You Upset the Grace of Living When You Lie,Simple Song of Freedom,Bob Dylan. Others have covered the song, Rod Stewart’s in 1971 is perhaps the best known. If I listen long enough to you I’d find a way to believe that it’s all true Knowing, that you lied, straight-faced While I cried But still I’d look to find a reason to believe Someone like you makes it hard to live Without, somebody else Someone like you, makes it easy to give Never think of myselfIf I.
Altri album di Tim Hardin. Hood of My Car. The Homecoming Concert. In Session 1963 (Wtbs-Fm, Boston, Ma). 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: Best of Tim Hardin. Black Sheep Boy (An Introduction to Tim Hardin). only publishes for promotional use and/or for press use images, as delivered and/or authorized by record labels, press offices, promotional agencies; only resorts to degraded images as part of its information feed
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Tim Hardin 2 was released in 1967; it contained "If I Were a Carpenter" An album entitled This is Tim Hardin, featuring covers of "House of the Rising Sun", Fred Neil's "Blues on the Ceilin'" and Willie Dixon's "Hoochie Coochie Man", among others, appeared in 1967, on the Atco label. 1969: The Best of Tim Hardin (Verve Forecast FTS3078). 1969: Suite for Susan Moore and Damion: We Are One, One, All in One (Columbia CS 9787). 1971: Bird on a Wire (Columbia CK-30551).