Tim Hardin - Tim Hardin 2
LIMITED EDITION LP
DELUXE 180-GRAM REISSUE including original artwork & credits
The second album by folk artist Tim Hardin, released in 1967, Tim Hardin 2 contains his most popular and much-covered composition “If I Were a Carpenter,” most notably recorded by Bobby Darin, whose version peaked at #8 in the US and #9 in the UK in 1966. While not as prolific as Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, or Neil Young, the prototypical folk-rocker Tim Hardin remains one of the greatest singer/songwriters, as much for his masterly delivery and subtle, jazz-inflected accompaniments as for the enduring songcraft of his classics “If I Were a Carpenter,” and “The Lady Came from Baltimore,” both included here.
Elemental Music, together with Universal Music Group, present the best selection of 60’S & 70’s R&B, Soul and Funk out of print titles from the vaults of classic labels such as Motown/Gordy, Polydor or Mercury Records, among others.
1. If I Were A Carpenter 2:41
2. Red Balloon 2:37
3. Black Sheep Boy 1:58
4. Lady Came From Baltimore 1:49
5. Baby Close Its Eyes 1:52
1. You Upset The Grace Of Living When You Lie 1:47
2. Speak Like A Child 3:15
3. See Where You Are And Get Out 1:12
4. It’s Hard To Believe In Love For Long 2:17
5. Tribute To Hank Williams 3:10
PRODUCED BY CHARLES KOPPELMAN AND DON RUBIN
A Product of Koppelman-Rubin Associates, Inc. in association with Reliable Production Supervisor Jerry Schoenbaum.
Director of Engineering: Val Valentin
Engineer: Doc Siegel
Cover Design: David Krieger/Cover
Photo: Marshall Harmon
All songs written by Tim Hardin
Arranger: Don Peake
Release Date - January 27th, 2022.