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Tim Hardin

James Timothy Tim Hardin (December 23, 1941 – December 29, 1980) was an American folk musician and composer.

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Tim Hardin - How can we hang on to a dream 1979:
I'm at union memorial church with tim cunninghan..john king..jeff hardin..denise thimes and MANY MORE...This is a...
Folk funk doesn't get much better than Z. Z. Hill covering Tim Hardin.
Last night at the Royal Canadian Legion Orangeville was a great night open with song "Drive" by the cars and the 2od song was "Believe" by Josh Groban, 3erd song "Reason To Believe" by Tim Hardin, 4rd song was "Fields of Gold" by Sting and close with song "Your Song" by Elton John see next week everyone.
Love is an ActionPosted on 18 November, 2013 by Jenny Griffin — No Comments ↓If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Take your time and have a good look around. Thanks for visiting!Ah Love. Here we go again.I think Tim Hardin says it so well in his song, Reason To Believe, when...
...it was a Tim Hardin song. Well that and Ronnie Laine's Slim Chance on the Basil Brush puppet show:
I've been sick, so this is late, but here it is. Tim Hardin for your earholes!
TRAFFIC: SB in the left lane just past Hardin (Tim Horton's side) - Truck broke down and blocking. Stay right to get around it
Reminds me of watching Tim Hardin throw Miriam Hardin, Michaela Hardin and Madi Hardin in the air. He could really make you girls fly!
Tim Hardin was a great artist.But he was a ghost ,also.
Tim Cornett, Devante Davis, and Caleb Herring should be proud.. this is a good sign for the city.
Tim Hardin - Reason To Believe is the Time Warp Song of The Day,
How can we hang on to a dream by Tim Hardin: via
Maybe Tim Sullivan doesn't attack fat, little midget because he is white & Tim presumes midget has money, is it skin color Tim?
Where is Tim Sullivan on these unprofessional, biased comments by saying Kevin Ware would get no breaks, had one 8 months ago?
"If I gave u time to change my mind, I'd find a way to leave the past behind" - Tim Hardin
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Piano, vocal, simple drums and a violin (or is it a cello?) roughly equals total beauty in my head: Tim Hardin
I Still think Tim Hardin is the best musician to ever come out of the State of Oregon...
Super special friends with birth day's today!! Beckey Box-McGuire, Tim Hardin,&Pamela McFadden. Wow I always knew you 3 were awesome! Who knew you all shared the very same special birthday!! Love ya!!
Everytime I watch Woodstock, I always wonder how Tim Hardin managed to perform coz he looks absolutely ruined
Rachael Tim Hardin is ur fog missing Saw one that looked like it at Hardee's a min ago
Mt Activities in the Arts and Music are doing well just to practise the songs Drive by The Cars, Reason To Believe by Tim Hardin and Shape of my heart by Sting for these week at Boston Pizza Orangeville and the Royal Canadian Legion Orangeville. Painting Arts going make for the fall season a Juan Gris Style these Art Picture will be Amazing becouse will be all Vertical Lines and is Composition of objects will be done next week have amazing day everyone
Reason To Believe ~ Tim Hardin Knowing you lied straight-faced while I cried
2od song at Boston Pizza Orangeville is going to be "Reasons To Believe" by Tim Hardin like Rod Steward way and is the B side of Maggy May and was Recorded in 1971 by Rod Steward and Rob Woods.
It was soo much fun, thanks to June Dubois Hardin & Tim Hardin!!
"Reason To Believe" is a song written and first recorded by American folk singer Tim Hardin in 1965.
Ok. Here I go. 8 things u may not know about me. I used to go all out for Christmas as far as decorating outside. Now it's just Halloween but I still love Christmas my full name is Timothy Hardin Wilkie. My father named me after folk singer Tim Hardin. He played at Woodstock. Wrote and performed if I were a carpenter that Johnny Cash made famous. in my late teens and early 20s I was way out of control. Drinking, drugs etc. did pull some jail time and was on probation for almost 2 years. Had some good times but very lucky I made thru those times I love to draw. Haven't in along time but always had a talent for it I had aspirations to be a chef. Always loved to cook but the as states on # 3 the beer and partying detailed that I have a huge heart. I would give the shirt off my back for someone I loved or thought a lot of collect comics. I loved comics. Had around 1500 plus. A lot of vintage. Sold them a few years ago. Hate I did it. believe in soul mates. Sometimes you find that soul mate early in life ...
SATURDAY NIGHT NOVEMBER 16th PETER LEWIS (MOBY GRAPE) & His Daughter ARWEN LEWIS He is the youngest of two sons by actress Loretta Young (d. 2000) and writer-producer Tom Lewis (d. 1988), and accordingly spent much of his childhood in Hollywood. His older brother, Christopher Lewis (b. 1944), is a writer and producer of films primarily for television. The Lewis brothers are nephews of actresses Polly Ann Young and Sally Blane, sisters of their mother. They are also half-brothers of Judy Lewis (b. 1935), daughter of Loretta Young and Clark Gable. Musician David Lindley is their cousin. As a youth, Lewis attended military school and later, after a stint in the Air Force, became a commercial pilot, initially working for Shell Oil. As for his musical career, Lewis cites Tim Hardin and Fred Neil as important influences, and credits Linda McCartney, (née Eastman) with introducing him to their music. His first band was The Cornells. Lewis now lives in the Santa Ynez Valley, north of Santa Barbara, California, w ...
A great cover of Tim Hardin's Reason To Believe by Mr. Ron Sexsmith. This is from the album Bleecker Street: Greenwich Village in the 60's.
Simon and Garfunkel, the Velvet Underground (Lou Reed), Jimi Hendrix, Jefferson Airplane, Neil Young, Phil Ochs, Iron Butterfly, Gordon Lightfoot, Arlo Guthrie, Judy Collins, Tim Hardin, Linda Ronstadt, John Hammond, Tom Rush, Dr John, The Blues Magoos, Blood Sweat and Tears, Buffy Sainte Marie, Jose Feliciano, Ian and Sylvia, Janis Ian, Richie Havens, Odetta, Tim Buckley, Tom Paxton., the Youngbloods, the Butterfield Blues Band, the Jeff Beck Group featuring Rod Stewart, Canned Heat, the Fugs, the Hello People, Iron Butterfly, Terry Knight & The Pack, the Stone Poneys and Pacific Gas & Electric. ….all have one thing in common…They all played at the La Cave Coffee House in Cleveland between 1962 through its closing in 1969. One of my cousins worked there and I had the fortune of seeing some great music there for free
N.1 track's of "ELEGY", the final official album release by THE NICE - "Hang On To A Dream" (a piece by Tim Hardin) was recorded live at Fillmore East, New Y...
Comin up on toppermost: Mostly Autumn, Dillards, Tim Hardin, Lesley Gore, Mott the Hoople, Lulu ...
On this day in music history: October 2, 1971 - "Maggie May/Reason To Believe" by Rod Stewart hits on the Billboard Hot 100 for 5 weeks. Written by Rod Stewart and Martin Quittenton/Tim Hardin, it is the first major hit for the former lead singer of the Jeff Beck Group. Issued as the first single from his third solo album "Every Picture Tells A Story", Stewart's cover of the Tim Hardin penned "Reason To Believe" was initially considered the A-side of the single until DJ's begin flipping single and playing "Maggie May" which becomes the A-side by default. The single also features former Jeff Beck Group and Faces bandmates Ron Wood and Micky Waller on the track. Entering the Hot 100 at on July 17, 1971, it will climb to the top of the chart eleven weeks later. "Reason To Believe" will chart on its own for a time, topping out at on August 14th, before it is listed with "Maggie May" for the rest of its run on the charts. The album "Every Picture Tells A Story" will also hit the same week, spending 4 weeks at ...
Transcript of a post from Desolation Row Records located, as you know, inside Caliban Book Shop. And check out the books we hauled out of the same garage. Lots of good lit. "Starting to process a large collection of used vinyl we pulled out of a garage in Bellevue yesterday. Lots of nice '60s folk from guys like Tom Rush, Eric Von Schmidt, Tim Hardin, Leonard Cohen, et. al, plus a stack of pristine John Fahey, as well as John Renbourne, Bert Jansch, Pentangle, Sandy Denny, Dillard & Clark, Neil Young, Keith Jarret, a whole mess of ECM jazz, and a lot more that I'm digging through. Also, have a complete run of Rush albums which no household should be without, and a heckuva lot of Beatles in better shape than we typically see. Guy was meticulous about the upkeep of his albums. Sadly, he passed away and the collection sat in a garage for as long as it did. Will be processing these LPs over the next few weeks so stop on by."
Neil Young included Tim Hardin's "Reason To Believe" among a selection of covers he played at
At this year's 'Farm Aid' benefit concert, Neil Young went in a very different direction...with the exception of "Heart of Gold" & "Old Man," he played nothing but covers by his favorite songwriters; he opened with Bob Dylan's "Blowin' in the Wind" & added Gordon Lightfoot's "Early Morning Rain," Ivory Joe Hunter's "Since I Met You Baby," Tim Hardin's "Reason To Believe" & Phil Ochs' "Changes." He had never played those last four songs at any prior show.
A little rough, but for God's sake Pete Seeger is almost 95 years old. Got to be on stage for this and overheard Pete say loudly on his way off stage, "Geez, I didn't know Willie was so short." I guess folk music is having a revival as Neil Young did great versions of Tim Hardin's Reason To Believe and Phil Och's Changes.
Still, I look to find a Reason To Believe. - Tim Hardin
.- oh Jesus - and Donovan? He was so amazing. Remember Tim Hardin? Saw him live in Passaic, NJ. Long time ago.
Nah, it's neither. I suck at choosing favourites, I will just choose a song I like a lot- Tim Hardin's "Black Sheep Boy"
Feels like a Tim Hardin kind of a day. Oh yeah.
Tim Hardin fans might enjoy our take on Reason To Believe off my new duet CD with Warren Bernhardt:...
Tim Hardin wrote a great song about her though...
Thanks They shot this nice Tim Hardin cover for us:
Hi from Shanghai! engaging Asia starts today. and Tim Hardin then to with
Well, if How Can We Hang On To A Dream by Tim Hardin isn't one of the finest sings ever written then I don't know what is.
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I'll say amen to that. But please add "Neil Young" to the list. I quit playing in the bars because all I got were requests for Neil Young songs. So ten years later, I stopped at David Loy's open mike to do some songs. I did some Fred Neil, Tim Hardin, Buddy Holly. I said, "What do you want to hear?" Somebody yells out, "Do Neil Young". Neil Young is a tenor castrato, vocally, and I'm a baritone. So, I did my Johnny Cash version of "Heart of Gold".
The Cafe au Go Go - 152 Bleecker Street - NYC menu from 1967 The club was the first New York venue for the Grateful Dead, Richie Havens and the Blues Project were weekly regulars, and the Stone Poneys featuring Linda Ronstadt played frequently. Jimi Hendrix sat in with blues harp player James Cotton there in 1968. Van Morrison, Tim Hardin, Tim Buckley, Joni Mitchell, Judy Collins, Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, Oscar Brown, Jr., the Youngbloods, the Siegel-Schwall Blues Band, John Hammond, Jr., The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Michael Bloomfield, Jefferson Airplane, Cream, The Chambers Brothers, Canned Heat, The Fugs, Odetta, Country Joe and the Fish, all played there. Blues legends Lightnin' Hopkins, Son House, Skip James, Bukka White, and Big Joe Williams performed at the club after being "rediscovered" in the '60s. Before many rock groups began performing there, the au Go Go was an oasis for jazz (Bill Evans, Stan Getz), comedy, and folk music.
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Bobby Darin (May 14, 1936 -- December 20, 1973), born Walden Robert Cassotto, was an American singer, actor and musician. Darin performed in a range of music...
thanks for explaining the Jelly Roll reference. I have always wondered about that lyric. I always said that Van Morrison was the only person alive that could pull off a line like "it stoned me just like jelly roll" and make it sound cool!!
Am spending evening with Tim Hardin. Just the music. Not into poopy-dakked heroin addicts. Even worse when they're dead.
Tim Hardin will be turning in his grave. I hope you can live with that :-)
Robin reviews Reason To Believe, the tribute to Tim Hardin's songs, which harbour a "special isolating quality."
The special quality of Hardin’s music comes in its ability to be isolating to whoever listens to it.Various Artists - Reason To Believe: 7/10 |
Now Tim Hardin's "Black Sheep Boy" is playing, video tribute from Senator & former PC leader Bob Runciman
Song by Tim Hardin called Black Sheep Boy playing now at
How do I know this is the real Tim Hardin? Say something only the real Tim Hardin would know.
Pretty girls with faces fair see the shine in the black sheep boy ♫ "Black Sheep Boy" by Tim Hardin
Amy Clark can whip up a mean brochure and some sweet apple butter. As a University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) graduating senior, she is blending t...
And this Karen Dalton track covering Tim Hardin is nice to hear in a coffee shop..
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"If I Were A Carpenter" (Tim Hardin): via Another afternoon's work done here at home, just for fun.
Up next is & her version of 'How Can We Hang On To A Dream' from 'Reason To Believe - The Songs Of Tim Hardin'
Tim Hardin of "If I Were A Carpenter" fame wrote this. It was one of several dedicated to Susan Moore, his wife...
A rare video from around 1967 of Rick performing "Promises"
Tim Hardin 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 and ...
My brother Lenny, who passed away today a few hours ago, was an interesting guy indeed. As brothers will, we disagreed, occasionally argued, and yet, of all my siblings, he may have had the warmest heart of all. As a 6 year old, I remember listening to Leonard Cohen and Tim Hardin with him. I remember him taking me out with his friends...yes. sometimes breaking the rules...and treating me as a younger equal, rather than a tag along, being the 1st one to congratulate me for a job well done, and the 1st to make a joke out of my misses, in order to make me feel better. My oldest brother, Rich and I, who is also no longer with us, whom I also loved dearly had more of a competitive sibling relationship, sometimes more tense, sometimes more work. Lenny was and is the sweet soul and while I will miss him terribly, I'm comforted to know that essentially he lived the life that he wanted to live with a woman whom he loved for many years and two amazing sons. If you knew Lenny, then you are the better for it.
We have a bunch o' new arrivals for your consideration, offered by the ilk of New Country Rehab, Caitlin Rose, Suuns, Broadcast (LP), Mark Kozelek, Soilwork, Joan Armatrading, Blue Hawaii, James Hunter, Krokus, The Datsuns, Bullet for My Valentine, and the Wayne Shorter Quartet. On the compilations front there's a nice Tim Hardin tribute (feat. such as Okkervil River and Mark Lanegan) and, last but not least, a super-groovy collection of pre-revolution Iranian pop, funk and psychedelia.
This post-Valentine's column kicks off with a CD tribute to the songs of Tim Hardin, followed by a DVD presentation about Pink. After that, I'll be reviewing new albums from Seattle's Red Jacket Mine, Washington, D.C.'s The Riverbreaks and a singer/songwriter named Samantha Crain.
Tim Hardin once said “My songs aren’t personal. They sound it ‘cos it was me who revealed them, but it was my head that got the lightning shot through it.” It’s an eloquent way to describe the inspiration that guides truly great songwriters. James Timothy “Tim” Hardin (1941-1980) was a “musicians’ m...
Second Saturdays Benefit Concert Series . for a better world Presents ... local folk music legends Tim Hardin and Mark Weiss in a benefit for the Leonard St. Community Garden Project empowering families, increasing food security, and creating a healthier, more livable community _ Saturday, February 9th, 2013; 6 to 8 PM Sunnyside Up Cafe - 116 NW 3rd St., Corvallis suggested donation: $5 – $15 at the door _ The music We are proud to be presenting local music legends, Tim Hardin and Mark Weiss. Tim plays folk music with a heavy dose of satire and humor. He was part of the Ditchwater Trio for many years and has performed frequently at the Best Cellar and various local benefits. Mark Weiss, flatpicker extraordinaire, has been a vital part of the local music scene for a long time, playing with MC2 and numerous other fine musicians. Tim and Mark have joined forces on many occasions in the past, and they promise a lively evening of blues, folk, and bluegrass. Rumor has it special guests will join them on a few ...
Blow away music last night.First at Rough Trade,where Diagrams,Hannah Peel,and Smoke Fairies did a couple of songs each,one of which,for each band was a Tim Hardin song. Very nice to see Andy,Mrs Francisco Gomez and Martyn Leung.The last 2 treating me to ribaldry,when I got the Royal Command text message to go see Sophie Jamieson at Notting Hill Arts Club. It was short notice,but I got there in about 33 mins to just get 2 songs by Sophie.I then made a decision to hang on,and not try for My Tiger,My Timing at White Heat. I then heard Sister Sidney,very nice and was then really pleased to hear Fawn,who featured a singer whose voice was just so impressive ! I'm not sure if Helen Meissner hung around for this but you should have ! Had a nice chat to Sophie and Greg Snowdon,who bought us a beer,thanks. We departed around 23.35 .I went with Greg to Oxford Circus,and grabbed a viccy line to Vauxhall to just get to the platform,with the 00.02 train still there but doors shut,and NOT being re-opened !! Waited for ...
It's an easy thing to say, but Tim Hardin truly is the songwriter's songwriter.
Relaxed start to the week: Tim Hardin's "If I Were a Carpenter".
Tim Hardin - If I Were A Carpenter (67). Amazing rare footage. If you don't know TH, I implore you to investigate:
Tim Hardin's song about Lenny Bruce - youtuber seems to have included an image of a zine I published when I was 23:
Tim Hardin plays in Place close to deserted until reviews - attendance skyrockets. 1967.
Come celebrate the release of 'Reason To Believe - The Songs of Tim Hardin' with ourselves, Rough Trade East and the amazing talents of Smoke Fairies, Hannah Peel and our very own Diagrams.
Spent yesterday finally figuring out (with the help of several phone calls to my brilliant brother Ed) how to use the vinyl to digital turntable we bought two years ago. Just lovely to hear some fabulous old favorites I had all but forgotten about... Maria Maldaur, Laura Nyro, Phil Ochs, Tim Hardin. Nice to have them back in my life (ie, on my iPod).
You know I am hearing the war drums beating again. Where will it be this time? The Middle East, North Korea or some other place in the far east? I have a nephew that will be deployed next month and will be leaving behind his family. Here are words from a song that was sung at Woodstock August 1969 that is still appropriate today. The song was written by Bobby Darin and mostly made famous by Tim Hardin. Come and sing a simple song of freedom Sing it like you've never sung before Let it fill the air Tell the people everywhere We, the people here, don't want a war. Hey there, Mister Black Man can you hear me? I don't want your diamonds or your game I just want to be someone known to you as me And I will bet my life you want the same Seven hundred million are you listening? Most of what you read is made of lies But speaking one to one, ain't it everybody's sun To wake to in the morning when we rise? Brother Solzhenitsyn, are you busy? If not, won't you drop this friend a line? And tell me if the man, who ...
Dan covers the Tim Hardin song "If I Were A Carpenter". An intro of High Heeled sneakers too
Okay, so I'm teaching myself how to play the piano, and I really, really, really like this song (you should totally get a hold of some Tim Hardin stuff)- and...
Big score at the library today...Tim Hardin, Loose Fur, Pavement double disc set, Eagles, and so on...
What about Tim Hardin and Tim Buckey, Ade? You sorted musically?
superb TV footage of Tim Hardin w/ full band performing If I Were A Carpenter. Check out the guys on drums and vibes:
"Reason To Believe" Tim Hardin: via Come on, White Sox, I'd love to find a Reason To Believe!
long and weird Tim Hardin afternoon, over here.
Been ages since I've listened to Tim Hardin. Loving it. John Prine next I think.
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There are many beautiful covers of this song, but Tim Hardin's original is surely the saddest thing committed to record
Wow, this is *lovely*. Tim Hardin on US TV with Tim Buckley-ish band, doing pazz & jop Carpentry.
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“"Tim you might as well change your name to Will, cuz where there's a will there's a way"” true!
tim rose..lovely guy. Talked of the two Timstour. Hardin and Rose.
I thought he sounded a bit like Tim Hardin.
Preachers: May "the aim" of our sermons today be "love that issues from a pure heart and a good conscience and a sincere faith" (1 Tim 1:5).
I just realized Marcus Mumford looks a lot like a chubby Tim Tebow with a terrible mustache.
And to go with the lamb, Lightning Slim, Ry Cooder, Townes Van Zandt, Tim Hardin, Dexter Gordon & a few great new wines from Rioja
Hardin was born in Eugene, Oregon and attended South Eugene High School. He dropped out of high school at age 18 to join the Marine Corps. He spent part of 1...
Living History Interpreter Tim Poteete talks to Barry Hardin about the fur trade.
Few things go better together than Steve Marriott and a Tim Hardin song:
Last song was a Tim Hardin song performed by Karen Dalton. A little bit of rain.
I always loved Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash's cover of this Tim Hardin song. But I just found this versio…
today is Magic Johnson's birthday. HOF PG with 5 rings. it's also Tim Tebow's. so ESPN decides to continually talk about Tebow. makes sense.
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recorded this Tim Hardin classic a couple years ago :) :)
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I was just telling my mother how blessed she was growing up with all the great music of the times: Jim Croce, Simon and Garfunkel, Cat Stevens, Neil Diamond, Joni Mitchell, Carole King, Tim Hardin, Carly Simon, Harry Chapin, Phil Ochs, Don McLean, John Denver, Billy Joel, and so many more.
Speaking of Johnny Cash -- one of the most prolific and talented songwriters and musicians of the 20th century -- much of Cash's music, especially that of his later career, echoed themes of sorrow, moral tribulation and redemption. In a eye-opening BBC documentary on Johnny Cash, he was labeled "the Keith Richards of Country Music." I think a lot of this has to do with his lifelong struggle with addiction, his notorious *** raising when he was younger, and the long absences from his family when he was on the road. These themes came through strong in his own music, as well as in the excellent, but unlikely songs he chose to cover, including Trent Reznor's "Hurt," (my favorite...the video is incredibly powerful); Soundgarden's "Rusty Cage;" Alice in Chains "Time of the Preacher;" Harry Chapin's "Cat's in the Cradle;" If You Could Read My Mind," by Gordon Lightfoot; If I Was a Carpenter, by Tim Hardin;"and Hank Williams' "I'm So Lonely I Could Cry." In an interview on August 20, 2003, less than a month b ...
I just used to tag If I Were A Carpenter by Tim Hardin.
"Reason To Believe" Tim Hardin: via goede morgen wereld
Just been introduced to Nico's 'Eulogy To Lenny Bruce'. Most beautiful thing I have heard, incredible. Tim Hardin, duh a great writer.
Good choices- I used to enjoy Elegy by nice - long live version of hang onto a dream by Tim Hardin
played Spires, Redlands, Firewater and Case Hardin and more similar Danny etc..See you on 30th Sept...gonna be ace!
On "Simple Song Of Freedom" 1969 by Tim Hardin, KingFloyd Dooleyland warlock shows Sylvia & the world his ugly belligerent side 2 get free
"Misty Roses" written by singer-songwriter Tim Hardin in 1966 , originally appeared on his debut album Tim Hardin 1, released on Verve Records in 1966. The a...
I watched The Phil Ochs Memorial Tribute recorded at the Felt Forum in Madison Square Gardens, NY recorded on 05-28-1976 on TV and never forgot the beautiful...
Tim Hardin's songs are ageless. Tim died of a Heroin overdose in 1980 at the age of 39.
Tim Hardin and scanning my mother's medical bills to pdf.
Ted Myers Music is dedicated to the music of Ted Myers. The album, LifeAfterlife, is a collection of mellow, laid back, cosmic, melodic rock and pop. The songs conjure up the great songwriters of the ‘60s and ‘70s, such as: Paul McCartney, Brian Wilson, Burt Bacharach, Jimmy Webb and Tim Hardin.
One of my favorite folk songs of the 60s is "Reason To Believe" written by Tim Hardin in 1965 and covered by many other artists including Rod Stewart, The Ca...
Ms. Tim gon have BAD diaper butt in a few years...
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A fave of mine by Tim Hardin, If I Were A Carpenter. Performed by Me.
Scored at the sale: that Tim Hardin LP, Meat Puppets, a Talk Talk, two Husker Du 7"s and a CD for the missus, all for 32 bucks!!
Slideshow with pictures of Tim Hardin and with his splendid song as the audio background. Everything is relative, except the beauty and the depth of this song.
Join us for our 8th Annual "Dinner in the Vineyard" on Saturday Aug. 4th! Dine with winemaker Tim Hardin, and enjoy a delicious meal...
Added a new video: "Tim Hardin 'If I were a carpenter' Live in Het Depot,Leuven, Be..."
Friday song. Aside from Tim Hardin's, my favorite version.
Tim Hardin's poem 'Question Of Birth' with video clips of my newborn son in November 2002.
Ms. Tim get out the car an up the stairs an he DONK still be in the driver seat
Ms. Tim's DONK bounce up an down like uh kangaroo
A real gem from a brilliant Singer Songwriter Tim Hardin;"Reason To Believe": via yourself to a listen.
I liked a video from Tim Hardin if I were a Carpenter (live @ woodst
Hard at it - interview with Adam Kotz from Case Hardin:
Tim was a co-worker of mine while I was at Central Hardin.
Tim Isaacs '98 has been named principal at Central Hardin High School in Elizabethtown.
Congrats to Tim Isaacs on becoming the new principal of Central Hardin High School!
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Congrats to GC alumni Tim Issacs on becoming new Principal of Central Hardin HS.
Isaacs on top at Central Hardin: Tim Isaacs had an interesting end to his day Monday. While he was reading an...
Part of the Wind, from the great album Tim Hardin 1. It's a big disgrace, his music is so beautiful but so unfamous.
that's just so dumb! SMH! did you take pictures with Tim Talley?
Tim Hardin's version of Leonard Cohen's, 'Bird On A Wire', is a lovely song, although it is a sad reminder of how Tim had to live his life. This is from the ...
Now Playing at Stream 1: Tim Hardin - Simple song of freedom
There's a singer called tim hardin who released a single "black sheep boy"
Rick sings Tim Hardin's haunting track in this rare live clip.
A compilation of pictures in the mood of this sentimental song by Tim Hardin. Lyrics: What can I say, she's walking away From what we've seen What can I do, ...
A short, fanmade music video for the song Red Ballon by Tim Hardin using clips from Le Ballon Rouge, a 1956 French short about a boy who finds a sentient red...
Cover of Tim Hardin's Hank Williams tribute: If covers it, you know it's good
Album: Hang on to a Dream - The Verve Recordings Release Date: 22-02-1994 Double-CD set of 47 tracks that Hardin recorded for Verve between 1964 and 1966. Hi...
Very good that, Kristian. A hint of Jeff Buckley/Tim Hardin...nice one.
Tried some Tim Hardin after reading a Mojo review likening his early albums to Astral Weeks (the greatest album of all time!). I think not!
Tim Hardin - Last Sweet Moments [Suite for Susan Moore and Damion: We Are One, One, All in One]
Inspired by Tim Hardin's beautiful song: "Hang on to a dream". About a year ago, I started to work on this...
misty roses by tim Hardin. God is in the roses by Rosanne cash.
SNMP: 11th is Michael Hardin, 12th is Tim Allensworth, 13th Ricky Jones and 14th is Michael Rouse. Finishing 15th is Tony Grady.
And we have caution on Lap 4. Contact between Terry Dease, Ricky Jones and Tim Allensworth. Michael Hardin is on pit road and parked.
there are too many Nick Drake fans. Some need to be moved over to Tim Hardin.
Tim Hardin - Hang onto a dream, the Verve recordings. No one talks about Tim Hardin these days but this is some awesome music.
Tim Challies is giving away a $500 gift certificate from Monergism Books ($250 for you and $250 for your pastor)!
Wish I was at Woodstock.Tim Hardin if I were a Carpenter (live @ woodstock): via
Live version of Tim Hardin's song, recorded for the BBC.
ok I'm starting, god help me as you probably won't approve Reason To Believe Rod Stewart. Hang on to a dream Tim Hardin.
Tim Hardin? Sneaks a bit of emotion in but a lot of light too
Fourth in the videos from Time Zones special. (Bari 1995): Tim Hardin classic It'll Never Happen...
Ill get mine done, But ill come to watch you get yours :D
I might do it on my birthday! Or I can wait with you and do it Senior Week.
I was gonna get it on the inside of my bicep
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je peux ? Tim hardin how can we hang on a dream.
Random thought for the day: How come the Small Faces were wonderful and The Faces were appalling? The obvious answer is the replacement of Stevie "Teeny Tiny White Soul Legend" Marriott with Rod "I've got a Feather Cut and a Blonde Girlfriend" Stewart but wait. I offer "Maggie May" (good) and "Reason To Believe" (possibly better than Tim Hardin's version) and Steampacket. And Ronnie Wood doesn't make much of a difference to anything. Certainly hasn't made much impact on his new band. And neither band was a model for musicianship and craft. So what changed? I'm puzzled,me. Rocking out with Here Come the Nice.
Tim Hardin is the Top people Bobby Darin should have left this along (
The next Time i would see Tim Hardin would be at Barneys Beanery in LA two months before he died. When he saw me he was so happy to see a familiar face , he embraced me with A hug like a child for his dad who had just come home from war.Tim was a causualty of the world. He died penniless; he had sold the rights to his songs; nobody remembered much about him, and those who once had been close to him had abandoned ship... I loved Tim with a brotherlyness i never had for my own brother...he and i will meet again on the Rainbow bridge... I drove out of Tim's driveway a fugitive of the times. since 1963, i had been drilled like a tooth with the gold and silver of poetry; i had lived in the hip pocket of the muse; wild, reckless, and balloon floatin free; sailin over the spires of the lost city of boogedy bang bang hotcha muchachaville; driftin along with the likes of SWAN, KENT WESTBERRY, BENNY JOY, FLUFFO, MEL, ROGER SOVINE, FARON, WEBB, MAX, MAC VICKERY, JOHNNY DARRYL, LITTLE DOTTIE, BIG DOTTIE ...
Composed by Tim Hardin in 1967, If I Were a Carpenter has since been performed by various artists, and more recently by Robert Plant, and appears on his albu...
In no particular order, these are the first names I'm coming up with: Hendrix, Tim Hardin, Big L, Biggie, Keith Moon, Lee Morgan, Phil Ochs
Finally fired up my old Systemdek vinyl player, and played Mose Allison's 'Swingin' Machine' elpee, 'Tim Hardin 2' - 'Black Sheep Boy' - whatta vocal - 'Georgie Fame Live At The Flamingo', the first Roxy Music album, Nick Lowe's 'Jesus of Cool' and 'Sadder Shades of Blue' by Geater Davis - scratches and surface noise 'n' all!
Tim Hardin was the Claude Debussy of modern music. His sad haunting water color melodies and his lyrics of the torment and beauty of betrayal were such a musical departure from the most times dynamic revolutionary sounds of the 60's, that it made him stand out in a very defined way. "Reason To Believe, IF I WERE A CARPENTER, MISTY ROSES, LADY CAME FROM BALTIMORE, HANG ON TO A DREAM, BLACK SHEEP BOY, SOUTHERN BUTTERFLY", were songs indicative of a deep feeling human being. When i first heard his Reason To Believe album, i was staying with two very wild girls in Greenwich village. They were both as i was, in my early twenties; lovely girls with voracious physical appetites. They would both leave for work at 7.30, and i would be left alone with Tim's album. For one entire week, i played that record thousands of times until Tim's spirit melded with mine. It was his voice; so eerily beautiful and expressive to these simple but gut wrenching melodies that dazed and destroyed me. Some months later, i ...
Small Faces do their version of Tim Hardin's hit.
Darin traveled with Robert Kennedy and worked on the politician's 1968 presidential campaign. He was with Kennedy the day he traveled to Los Angeles on June 4, 1968, for the California primary, and was at the Ambassador Hotel later that night when Kennedy was assassinated. This event drove Darin into seclusion, living in a trailer near Big Sur for almost a year. Returning to Los Angeles in 1969, Darin started Direction Records, putting out folk and protest music. He wrote "Simple Song of Freedom" in 1969, which was recorded by Tim Hardin, singing only three of the four verses of the song.
Nico's 1967 album Chelsea Girl includes a track entitled "Eulogy to Lenny Bruce", written by Tim Hardin. In it she describes her sorrow and anger at Bruce's ...
Leon Russell - If I Were a Carpenter, from his album Stop All That Jazz song written by Tim Hardin
I don't know why Tim Hardin isn't mentioned in the same breath as Tim Buckley & Nick Drake & all the other dead greats.
Have never been able to enjoy Tim Hardin since a friend said 'Is this that *** Elvis Costello?'
Waylon Sings this Tim Hardin song, which as been done by just about everybody, but Waylons version is the very best,. Well thats what I think.
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tonight channels Mike Hurley, Sleeps With Angels era Neil, Tim Hardin and baby Paul Simon - we need you in PDX more often.
maybe tape a nickel to the needle arm... Tim Hardin great songwriter ...Bobby Darin great singer
Reason To Believe - Rod Stewart This was written by Folk singer Tim Hardin, who originally recorded it in 1965. Hardin wrote some popular songs and was a ver...
Bridge on the River Kwai, The and Tim Hardin are sandpapered...
Story of the Late Chrysanthemums, The and Tim Hardin are brainwashed...
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