Tim Hardin - The Shock Of Grace download album
By: Tim Hardin (1981, Rock). More albums from Tim Hardin: The Homecoming Concert by Tim Hardin. Painted Head by Tim Hardin. Tim Hardin 2 by Tim Hardin. Tim Hardin 4 by Tim Hardin. Tim Hardin 3 Live In Concert by Tim Hardin. Tim Hardin 1 by Tim Hardin. This Is Tim Hardin by Tim Hardin. View all albums . The Shock Of Grace. By: Tim Hardin (1981, Rock).
His best from the 70s, including "Bird on a Wire" and "First Love Song.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Genre of this release: Folk, World, & Country music Non-Music music Rock music. Released at: This album was released on the label Columbia (catalog number FC 37164). This album was released in 1981 year. US. Format of the release is. Vinyl, LP. Album.
The Homecoming Concert is a live album by Tim Hardin, released in 1981. It was recorded on January 17, 1980 in the city where he born, Eugene, Oregon. Hardin died later that year. Hardin had moved back to Seattle, Washington after living in England for a number of years. He performed infrequently and continued to struggle with his heroin addiction. A television special called The Homecoming Concert was filmed that included performances and interviews.
Musician: Tim Hardin. Album's title: The Shock Of Grace. The Shock Of Grace (LP, Album).
Tim Hardin, The Tim Hardin Memorial Album (Polygram PD-1-6333). Produced for re-issue by Ted Daryll. Side 1. If I Were A Carpenter. Black Sheep Boy. Misty Roses. Lady Came From Baltimore. Baby Close It's Eyes. You Upset The Grace Of Living When You Lie. Speak Like A Child. See Where You Are And Get Out. It't Hard To Believe In For Long. Tribute To Hank Willams. While You're on Your Way . It'll Never Happen Again .
Tim Hardin chronology. The Shock of Grace (1981)The Shock of Grace1981. The Homecoming Concert (1981). Reason to Believe (1990)Reason to Believe1990. The Homecoming Concert is a live album by Tim Hardin, released in 1981. Tim died later that year, on December 29, 1980.