Part Of The Wind - Tim Hardin - Tim Hardin 1 / 2
Label: Verve Records - 2683 048 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Compilation, Reissue • Country: UK • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk Rock, Folk
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He signed to the Verve Forecast label, and produced his first authorized album, Tim Hardin 1 in which contained "Reason To Believe" and the ballad "Misty Roses", which received Top 40 radio play. Tim Hardin 2 was released in ; it contained "If I Were a Carpenter". A British tour was cut short after Hardin contracted pleurisy.
Tim Hardin - Tim Hardin 1/ Tim Hardin 2 His first two releases on one disc Hardin’s opening of brace of albums remain the most essential on his CV: breathtaking collections of confessional folkrock that marked him out as a special talent on the 60s circuit based around Greenwich Village.
Allmusic stated in their review: " Tim Hardin 1 is one of the most powerful and compelling records of its era () The result is a seminal folk-rock album, every bit as exciting and urgent as it was in , and as important a creative effort as Bob Dylan 's Bringing It All Back Home and Highway 61 glamrock.alsarilsaithforius.infoinfo: Folk.
Feb 25, · "Tim Hardin 1/ Tim Hardin 2" is not cheap, but it is a key part of the 60's songwriter scene, as important and, to me, more compelling that Fred Neil, Eric Andersen and in terms of song quality (not socio-political concerns) better that even Bob Dylan/5(13).
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Tim Hardin 3 Live in Concert is a live album by folk artist Tim Hardin, released in It was re-issued on CD in by Polydor, and in by Lilith Record with four bonus tracks. It was re-issued on CD in by Polydor, and in by Lilith Record with four bonus glamrock.alsarilsaithforius.infoinfo: Folk.
Tim Hardin James Timothy "Tim" Hardin (December 23, – December 29, ) was an American folk musician and composer. He wrote the Top 40 hits "If I Were a Carpenter", covered by, among others, Bobby Darin, Joan Baez, Johnny Cash, The Four Tops, and Robert Plant; his song "Reason to Believe" has been cove.
This collection of Tim Hardin's demos, recorded in as an audition for Columbia Records, was released in early by Verve/Forecast as though it were a newly recorded album. This did not amuse Hardin at the time, and the recording did nothing to enlarge his audience. However, the album holds some interest as a historical document.4/
Jul 25, · Tim Hardin (born Timothy James Hardin in Eugene, Oregon, USA on 23 December – 29 December ) was an American folk musician and composer. He is best remembered for writing the top 40 hits "If I Were a Carpenter" covered by Bobby Darin and "Reason to Believe" covered by Rod Stewart, as well as his own uneven recording career.
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Tim Hardin 1 / 2 on Discogs/5(8).