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FLAC Eddie Hardin - Home Is Where You Find It

Performer:
Eddie Hardin
Album:
Home Is Where You Find It
Country:
Released:
1972
Label:
Decca
Catalog:
TXS 106
Genre:
MP3 archive size:
1891 mb
FLAC archive size:
1875 mb

Tracklist

1Home Is Where You Find It
2California Sun
3Let Me Comfort You
4We Can Give It A Try
5I Don't Like It
6When There's Not You
7My Soul's Awoken
8Gone Is The Sunshine
9Brother We Can Surely Work It Out
10Sunshine
11Spend Your Money Honey
12Driving
13Strange People

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SLK 16 743-PEddie Hardin Home Is Where You Find It ‎(LP, Album, Gat)DeccaSLK 16 743-PGermany1972
SLC 435Eddie Hardin Home Is Where You Find It ‎(LP, Album)London RecordsSLC 435Japan1972
SLK 16 743-PEddie Hardin Home Is Where You Find It ‎(LP, Album, Promo, Gat)DeccaSLK 16 743-PGermany1972

Credits

  • Arranged ByPhil Denys
  • Bass GuitarDee Murray
  • Bass Guitar, GuitarRay Fenwick
  • Celesta, Electric Piano, Harpsichord, Organ, PianoEddie Hardin
  • DrumsIan Paice, Peter York, Tony Newman
  • EngineerBob Hall
  • Photography ByRichard Dunkley
  • ProducerEddie Hardin

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Album

On his first solo album, 1971's Home Is Where You Find It, Hardin sticks to very traditional singersongwriter territory laying down a strong mix of ballads, rockers and string-laden pop tunes and coming up with something not a million miles away from Elton John territory. There is also a McCartneyesque feel on some of the quieter songs like Let Me Comfort You too. In fact the record is truly a hidden gem that stacks up well next to the best of either of those legends work. Taken from the album Home Is Where You Find It 1972 on Decca Records. Written by Eddie HardinRay Fenwick. Eddie Hardin began his recording career as 1971 16 Songs. Gone Is the Sunshine. Home Is Where You Find It. Let Me Comfort You. Hardin and York performed as a duo on and off over the years and Hardin cut his solo debut Home Is Where You Find It in 1972. Both men rejoined the Spencer Davis Group in 1973 but the band broke up again after two albums. Hardin continued as a solo artist, occasionally reuniting with York, much of his work from 1974 onwards was produced by Roger Glover who had recently left Deep Purple. Hardin featured on Glover's solo project The Butterfly Ball and the Grasshopper's Feast that year singing lead on the track Maximus Mouse and playing on and co-writing others. He died following a hear. Gone Is The Sunshine. Eddie Hardin. Brother We Can Surely Work It Out. We Can Give It A Try. My Soul's Awoken. When There's Not You. Eddie Hardin, a singer and keyboard player best known for his stints in the Spencer Davis Group and Axis Point, has passed away at the age of 66. Hardin started his recording career in the mid-60s, releasing a single with A Wild Uncertainty before joining up with the Spencer Davis Group, who were reshuffling their. On his first solo album, 1971s Home Is Where You Find It, Hardin sticks to very traditional singersongwriter territory laying down a strong mix of ballads, rockers and string-laden pop tunes and coming up with something not a million miles away from Elton John territory. Strange People. Eddie Hardin is perhaps best known as the guy who replaced Steve Winwood on keyboards and vocals in the Spencer Davis Group. With Their New Face On was the LP that first Spencer Davis that showcased Eddie's talents. Standout tracks include Morning Sun and Mr. Second Class. Grab BR Music's dandy Spencer Davis Singles CD that includes all of the key early singles plus hard-to-find After Tea plus some Traffic tracks easily the best of the many Spencer Davis hits collections available. By Eddie Hardin. 1971 , 16 songs. More Eddie Hardin. Listen to Home Is Where You Find It now. You can buy Album Home Is Where You Find It Vinyl 1971 - Eddie Hardin. Listen online top songs Eddie Hardin. Download the latest song of Home Is Where You Find It Vinyl: Gone Is The Sunshine. Discography of Eddie Hardin. Album title