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If I Were A Carpenter - Tim Hardin - The Best Of Tim Hardin

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  1. Tim Hardin – Woodstock ’69 – If I Were A Carpenter. The original works of Tim Hardin are debased by his personal drug use, but some consider him one of the most memorable songwriters of his time at Woodstock. Born in Eugene, Oregon in , Hardin had perused the Boston and Greenwich Village folk music scenes and was signed to a deal on Verve.
  2. Tim Hardin 2 was released in ; it contained "If I Were a Carpenter". A British tour was cut short after Hardin contracted pleurisy. An album entitled This is Tim Hardin, featuring covers of "House of the Rising Sun", Fred Neil's "Blues on the Ceiling" and Willie Dixon's "Hoochie Coochie Man", among others, appeared in , on the Atco label.
  3. Nov 05,  · Tim Hardin was a very gifted musician, singer, and songwriter. His music is a celebration of the human spirit which is ironic, considering that his own life ended so tragically from a drug over dose. His songs often sung by others, Tim Hardin did it best. A cornucopia of emotion and sound, there is not a bad song on this entire CD/5(14).
  4. If I Were a Carpenter Lyrics: If I were a carpenter, and you were a lady / Would you marry me anyway? would you have my baby? If I Were a Carpenter Tim Hardin. Album Tim Hardin 2. If I Were a.

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