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Hang On to a Dream: The Verve Recordings

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Download links and information about Hang On to a Dream: The Verve Recordings by Tim Hardin. This album was released in 1994 and it belongs to Blues, Rock, Folk Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 47 tracks with total duration of 02:12:24 minutes.

Artist: Tim Hardin
Release date: 1994
Genre: Blues, Rock, Folk Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic
Tracks: 47
Duration: 02:12:24
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Don't Make Promises 2:24
2. Green Rocky Road 2:16
3. Smugglin Man 1:55
4. How Long 4:34
5. While You're On Your Way 2:14
6. It'll Never Happen Again 2:34
7. Reason to Believe 1:57
8. Never Too Far 2:12
9. Part of the Wind 2:16
10. Ain't Gonna Do Without 3:34
11. Misty Roses 1:57
12. How Can We Hang On to a Dream 2:01
13. If I Were a Carpenter 2:41
14. Red Balloon 2:34
15. Black Sheep Boy 1:54
16. The Lady Came from Baltimore 1:52
17. Baby Close Its Eyes 1:54
18. You Upset the Grace of Living When You Lie 1:46
19. Speak Like a Child 3:16
20. See Where You Are and Get Out 1:13
21. It's Hard to Believe In Love for Long 2:17
22. Tribute to Hank Williams 3:11
23. While You're On Your Way (Alternate Version) 2:35
24. It'll Never Happen Again (Alternate Version) 2:08
25. Airmobile 2:20
26. Whiskey Whiskey 5:38
27. Seventh Son 2:05
28. Danville Dame 2:48
29. House of the Rising Sun 3:39
30. Bo Diddely 2:53
31. I Can't Slow Down 2:28
32. Hello Baby 5:19
33. Rolling Stone 2:38
34. You Got a Reputation 2:29
35. Keep Your Hands Off Her 3:01
36. Nobody Knows You (When You're Down and Out) 4:05
37. Hootchie Kootchie Man 5:04
38. So Glad You're Mine 4:03
39. You Can't Judge a Book By Its Cover 3:14
40. She Ain't Home 2:17
41. You Say You Love Me 2:10
42. How Time Flies 3:45
43. You Can Ruin a Man 2:32
44. If I Knew 2:42
45. She's Up to Something New 4:03
46. Who'll Be the Man 2:01
47. First Love Song 3:55

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Tim Hardin’s first two albums, Tim Hardin 1 and Tim Hardin 2, both released in the mid-1960s, represent two of the finest examples of simple, elegant songwriting. (“If I Were A Carpenter” and “Reason to Believe” were his most covered and successful songs.) Hardin had the voice of a jazz-inspired angel, trailing notes off into the air, inflecting syllables with twinges of regret, sorrow and romance. This 47-track set collects the recordings Hardin made for Verve Records between 1964 and 1966 and features the first two albums in complete form. Many of the previously unreleased tracks and what was eventually released as Tim Hardin 4 are deeply rooted in blues. However, Hardin’s finest moments transcended all genres. He was never completely satisfied with his debut album, but “How Can We Hang On To A Dream,” “Part of the Wind,” and “Don’t Make Promises” are perfectly sculpted jewels, minimalist in their arrangements and details, every note essential. The songs from 2 are even more impressive. “You Upset the Grace of Living When You Lie,” “It’s Hard to Believe in Love for Long,” “Tribute to Hank Williams,” “Lady Came from Baltimore” are songs that pass as fleeting glimpses into a life sadly doomed. Haunting and sublime throughout.