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You Got A Reputation - Tim Hardin - Tim Hardin 4 (CD)

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  1. This album preceeds Tim Hardin 1, it is a mixture of self-penned and other artists/traditional songs, quite a few stand out tracks to please Hardin fans such as myself. Best track? (in my humble opinion), Blues on the Ceilin' written by Fred Neil/5(15).
  2. The legendary and oft-covered songwriter Tim Hardin made a series of recordings for Verve before his official debut in These recordings capture the wistful folk songcraft of the artist in his nascent brilliance. You Got a Reputation. Tim Hardin. Amazon: 3: Keep Your Hands off Her. Tim Hardin. Amazon: 4: She Ain't.
  3. Along with Bob Dylan, Eric Andersen, and a host of others, Tim Hardin changed the public's notion of songwriting in the '60s with innovative, idiosyncratic compositions and recordings that furthered the burgeoning folk-rock movement. Hardin was more closely aligned with the Fred Neil/Tim Buckley school of jazz- and blues-inflected folk rock/5(9).
  4. Tim Hardin's first album, originally released in , is an accidental classic. The album is comprised of a number of demos, and features string arrangements on many tunes that the artist himself knew nothing about. Yet, despite this Tim Hardin 1 remains a folk-rock-blues classic of the highest order/5(9).
  5. But Tim Hardin 2 allows us to enjoy his young talent at its peak. What set him aside from some of his folk contemporaries was a rich, artful voice that brought out the despair and longing in some.
  6. Tim Hardin, Ken Lauber: Tim Hardin: Covered by: While You're on Your Way: Tim Hardin: Tim Hardin: August Covered by: Yellow Cab: Tim Hardin: Buzzy Linhart: Covered by: You Got a Reputation: Tim Hardin: Tim Hardin: February 22, Covered by: You Upset the Grace of Living When You Lie: Tim Hardin: Tim Hardin: May
  7. You Got A Reputation: Keep Your Hands Off Her Arranged By – Tim Hardin Written-By – Traditional: Nobody Knows You (When You're Down And Out) Written-By – Jimmie Cox* Hootchie Kootchie Man Written-By – Willie Dixon: So Glad You're Mine Written-By – Arthur Crudup* You Can't.

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