Saturday, February 3, 2018

Hardin & York 1970 The World's Smallest Bigband (LL)

Genre: Jazz-Rock
Rate: 247 kbps VBR / 44100 from lossless source!
Time: 01:16:13
Size: 140,13 MB

United Kingdom

2nd album by the great British duo: keyboardist / vocalist Eddie Hardin and drummer Peter York. Hardin was a superb keyboards player and his abilities were often compared to those of Steve Winwood (whom he replaced in the Spencer Davis Group) and even Keith Emerson. His vocal abilities and his songwriting skills were also second to none. York, a Jazz influenced drummer (also from the Spencer Davis Group), was a perfect partner for Hardin's extended keyboards (mostly the Hammond organ) explorations and the Jazzy atmosphere, which prevails throughout the album, which was recorded with just the duo and a string section. In retrospect this album stands against the tides of time perfectly, sounding today every bit as good as it did at the time of its recording, emphasizing the greatness of the British Prog and early Jazz-Rock Fusion in the late 1960s / early 1970s. Absolutely brilliant stuff! (Jazzis)


01 - Just A Case Of Time 04:04

02 - I Cant Find My Way Home 03:36

03 - Love, A Song For You 06:19

04 - Rock & Roll Medley 04:53

05 - The Pike 09:00

06 - Northern Medley 10:13

07 - If I Could Join Them (Bonus) 03:10

08 - David Difficult (Bonus) 06:10

09 - Tomorrow Today (Bonus) 03:21

10 - Candlelight (Bonus) 05:17

11 - Little Miss Blue (Bonus) 03:54

12 - Cant Keep A Good Man Down (Bonus) 06:09

13 - Cowboy (Bonus) 05:17

14 - Everyone I Know (Bonus) 04:50

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