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Tim Hardin |
It's Only The Beginning
Tim Hardin writes Love Songs. About the difficulty of becoming, - of
becoming a man, a lover, a husband, a father. His first record for CBS
represents all that an artist would want to attain. A deeply personal
statement lovingly brought to life, carefully nurtured in every step
of its growth. Tim Hardin considers it the best he's ever done.
And what makes it extra special - it's only the beginning.
(Suite for Susan Moore and Damion)
It's A Beautiful Day
It's a beautiful day whenever you play "IT'S A BEAUTIFUL DAY".
They're together the way a good jazz group should be.
Listen with An Open Heart
Roy Harper, folk musician, sings of life and the experience
A Man and His Moog Machine
Walter Carlos with his Moog Machine plays electronically synthesised
music - which means you can switch on to Bach or rock, hear it the way
the current flows.
Is The World Ready for Moondog?
Moondog writes music in his head (because Moondog is blind). Moondog's
music is in the style of the classics such as Tchaikovsky and Bach,
yet somehow in the theme of life today.
Is this too rich a mixture?
Her Talent Goes Deeper Than The Words She Writes
Other artists have hits recording her songs. Now she sings and plays her
own compositions on "Eli and the 13th Confession" and "New York Tendaberry".
Laura Nyro - writer, composer, singer, performer - is here.
Magic Music from NRBQ
"Listen, here we have rock and roll and very magic rock and roll ...
the power, the energy and the excitement ... a joyous ecstatic
- No Other to Compare
"The sudden presence of Tim Rose has, for me personally, posed an
intriguing question. Was there a gap in pop music before he came along?
His style is such that it owes nothing to any other performer ... his songs
are real as life ... he is an artist who tears appreciation out of his
audience ... he is an individual".
Pacific Gas and Electric
"Five more different and divergent personalities could not be conceived
of - a Jew, a Christian, a Black, a Greaser and a WASP. What we have
learned about one another in the year and a half that we have been
together as the PG&E is: no matter how different we are in philosophies
and life stlles, the common denominator between us is the music ..."