More Hits From Tin Can Alley
Download links and information about More Hits From Tin Can Alley by Eric Andersen. This album was released in 1968 and it belongs to Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 42:53 minutes.
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|1.||Tin Can Alley, Part 1||3:07|
|2.||16 Year Grudge||4:21|
|3.||Miss Lonely Are You Blue||4:17|
|6.||Just a Little Something||3:04|
|7.||Rollin' Home (It's a Far Cry from Heaven and a Short Cry from Home)||3:44|
|8.||On the Edge of You||3:46|
|9.||Broken Hearted Mama||3:05|
|11.||A Woman Is a Prism||5:03|
|12.||Tin Can Alley, Part 2||3:23|
1968’s More Hits from Tin Can Alley was Eric Andersen’s second album to include substantial musical backing. (His first had been the unusual ’Bout Changes ’n’ Things, Take 2, where he’d rerecorded his previous all-acoustic album, ’Bout Changes ’n’ Things.) Finally working with a new lineup of songs meant to be recorded with a band, Andersen sounds far more confident and determined to keep up with the changing times. The use of Al Kooper, Bobby Gregg, Herb Lovelle, Paul Harris, and Paul Griffin (many of whom played with Bob Dylan), ensured comparisons to Dylan’s electric work. “Honey,” for certain, sounds like something off Highway 61 Revisited. But Andersen the romantic appears on “Just a Little Something” and “A Woman Is a Prism," and that's more indicative of where his music would go from here. The Phil Ochs–like baroque productions heard on “Tin Can Alley,” “16 Year Grudge," and “Mary Sunshine” are exquisite if also clearly of the period.