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John Hartford - "Gentle On My Mind" And Other Originals By John Hartford album flac

Performer: John Hartford
Genre: Folk music
Title: "Gentle On My Mind" And Other Originals By John Hartford
Released: 1968
Style: Bluegrass
FLAC version ZIP size: 1986 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1932 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1843 mb
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Album by John Hartford. A Simple Thing as Love. was covered in. Simple Thing as Love by Andy Williams (1969).

Gentle On My Mind" And Other Originals By John Hartford ‎(LP, Comp, Roc). Gentle On My Mind" And Other Originals By John Hartford ‎(8-Trk, Comp).

In live performances, John Hartford was a true one-man band; he utilized not only a multitude of stringed instruments, but also a variety of props such as plywood squares and boards with sand and gravel on which to stomp, kick, and scrape to create natural and organic background noises. Hartford recorded four more albums for RCA from 1968-1970: The Love Album, Housing Project, John Hartford, and Iron Mountain Depot. In 1971, he moved to Warner Bros  . Gentle On My Mind and Other Originals (1968). A John Hartford Collection (1987). RCA Country Legends: John Hartford (2001).

All songs written by John Hartford. Side 1. "California Earthquake" – 3:00. Gentle on My Mind" – 3:00. Natural to Be Gone" – 1:46. The Six O'Clock Train and a Girl with Green Eyes" – 2:38. A Simple Thing As Love" – 2:54. The Tall Tall Grass" – 2:20. John Hartford – banjo, guitar, fiddle, vocals. Producer: Felton Jarvis. Recording engineers: Jim Malloy and Al Pachucki. Arrangements on Tracks 4 and 5 on Side 1 by Cam Mullins. John Hartford, Gentle On My Mind and Other Originals. vinyl LP); RCA Victor, 1968.

1968 compilation album by John Hartford. Gentle On My Mind and Other Originals. Compilation album by. John Hartford. All songs written by John Hartford.

John Hartford's rare Sixties recordings will be featured on the new 'Backroads, Rivers & Memories' album. Jim McCrary/Redferns. Legendary songwriter and musician John Hartford, who came into millions of homes each week playing banjo on the highly rated Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour from 1969 to 1972, forged his own Grammy-winning career as a versatile session musician, unique lyricist and compelling storyteller on hits like Gentle on My Mind. Hartford, who earned a Grammy for his contribution to the groundbreaking film soundtrack for O Brother, Where Art Thou in 2000, joined the subsequent Down From the Mountain Tour, which the film’s music inspired. Illness soon forced him to retire, however, and he was just 63 years old when he succumbed to Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma in June 2001. Steam Powered Aereo Plain (first rehearsal excerpt).

12. In Tall Buildings. 13. Nobody Eats at Linebaugh's Anymore. RCA Country Legends: John Hartford. See All. Hartford Rice and Clements. Tony Rice, Vassar Clements & John Hartford. Live from Bonnaroo 2008: Yonder Mountain String Band.

It’s knowin‘ that your door is always open. And your path is free to walk. That makes me tend to leave my sleepin‘ bag. Rolled up and stashed behind your couch. And it’s knowin‘ I’m not shackled. By forgotten words and bonds. And the ink stains that have dried upon some line. By the rivers of my memory. That keeps you ever gentle on my mind. It’s not clingin‘ to the rocks and ivy. Planted on their columns now that binds me. Or something that somebody said because. They thought we fit together walkin‘. It’s just knowing that the world. Will not be cursing or forgiving. And some other woman’s cryin‘ to her mother. Cause she turned and I was gone. I still might run in silence. Tears of joy might stain my face. And the summer sun might burn me till I’m blind. But not to where I cannot see. You walkin‘ on the back roads. By the rivers flowin‘ gentle on my mind.

John Hartford originally recorded Gentle on My Mind written by John Hartford and John Hartford released it on the single Gentle on My Mind in 1967. It was also covered by The Bluegrass Alliance, Top of the Pops, Terry Eldredge, Gil Trythall and other artists. First recording and first release by John Hartford (February 3, 1967, April 1967).