If I Were A Carpenter - Tim Hardin - The Best Of Tim Hardin (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Born in Eugene, Oregon in , Hardin had perused the Boston and Greenwich Village folk music scenes and was signed to a deal on Verve. His first two albums titled Tim Hardin 1 () and Tim Hardin 2 () were home to his only hits “Misty Roses”, “How Can We Hang On To A Dream”, “Reason To Believe”, and “If I Were a Carpenter”, which became a U.S. top 10 single, although.
  2. Jan 19,  · His first two albums, Tim Hardin 1 () and Tim Hardin 2 (), come close to perfection, and still provide the most persuasive evidence of his finely wrought songcraft.
  3. The song was written by Tim Hardin. It was released on Hardin’s album Tim Hardin 2 as the first track, and it was also released as a single in , backed with “Wonderful Baby.” Hardin performed the song at the Woodstock Music & Art Fair in
  4. In the late sixties, early seventies, I had a Tim Hardin LP album that I played to death. It was my all time favorite LP. As technological advances were made and CDs came to the fore, it was consigned to a box with all my other LP albums. I was, therefore, thrilled to find this CD with all my Tim Hardin favorites. I was not disappointed by it/5(21).

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