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Hardin & Russell - Ring Of Bone album

Hardin & Russell - Ring Of Bone album Performer: Hardin & Russell
Title: Ring Of Bone
Style: Country, Folk, Texas Blues
Date of release: 1976
Country: US
Size MP3: 1836 mb
Size FLAC: 1160 mb
Rating: 4.1
Format: MP2 MMF XM AU DTS AUD RA

사 등. Recorded At – Odyssey Sound Ltd. Austin. Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Producer – Tom Russell. Vocals, Electric Piano, Piano, Producer – Patricia Hardin. 모. Came with a 2-sided printed lyrics insert printed by Calico Press, Austin, Texas.

Hardin and Russell Ring of Bone.

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Ring of the Nibelung Volume 1: The Rhinegold & The Valkyrie. The Ring of the Nibelung Book 2: Siegfried & Gotterdammerung: The Twilight of the Gods. A graduate of the University of Cincinnati with a degree in painting, P. Craig Russell has run the gamut in comics. After establishing a name for himself at Marvel on Killraven and Dr. Strange, he went on to become one of the pioneers in opening new vistas for this underestimated field with, among other works, adaptations of operas by Mozart (The Magic Flute), Strauss (Salome) and Wagner (The Ring of Nibelung). Russell is also well-known for his Fairy Tales of Oscar Wilde series as well as his graphic novel adaptations of Neil Gaiman's Sandman: The Dream Hunters and Coraline

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Tim Hardin 1 is the debut album by folk artist Tim Hardin, released in 1966 on Verve Records. Tim Hardin 1 contains one of his most well-known and frequently covered songs, "Reason to Believe" - most notably a hit by Rod Stewart in 1971. Some of the songs were demos that ended up on the final release. Hardin was reportedly displeased with the string arrangements added after principal recording was completed.

Ring of Bone very quickly shows of shades of Botch-ian metalcore, a la Norma Jean and Underoath, but there’s also a newer strain of melodic hardcore running around (think Counterparts). There’s a hefty dose of groove here, but there’s no real djent here; instead, that classic Southern-fried metalcore punch plays out well, especially in highlight The Only Living Boy in the Mid Atlantic, which contains a nice little solo. Songs are emotive, punchy, and powerful, but it’s difficult to really pick out any individual highlights, aside from the really short jam mentioned above.

He is a total nobody living in Los Angeles. You blocked of Bone.

Tracklist

A1 Mojave 3:32
A2 Alkali 4:15
A3 Zane Grey 2:30
A4 Beneath Canyon Walls 5:10
A5 The 27th Parable 5:30
B1 Old Woman Suite
B1a Mrs. Zealsdorf's Garden 3:19
B1b Old Lady Blues 2:21
B1c Coffins On The Brazos 3:12
B2 Look At Us Now 3:00
B3 Denver Wind 4:53
B4 Ring Of Bone 3:15

Notes

There are 4 notable differences on this album from the other version:
1. The color of the front cover photo is a darker grey with a brownish shade, the cardboard is much thicker. No lettering on spine, causing previous owner to place a tape with neat hand printed artist & title.
2.On the back cover, the photo of Patricia & Tom is super-imposed, or actually is 2 pictures!
3. The address on this one (bottom back cover) reads "1893 San Luis, Mountain View, Calif. 94043, 968-7991" whereas all the other copies I have seen have the Austin, Texas address.
& 4. The printed 2-sided lyrics insert was printed by "Ginny's Copying Service" (Not Calico Press, Austin, Texas like the other version)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: side 1: HR 512 SIDE 1 GRT Tm Rusl
  • Matrix / Runout: side 2: HR - 512 Side Two GRT

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
H & R 512 Hardin & Russell Ring Of Bone ‎(LP, Album) Demo Records, End Of The Trail Music H & R 512 US 1976
H & R 512 Hardin & Russell Ring Of Bone ‎(LP, Album) Demo Records, End Of The Trail Music H & R 512 US 1976