Hardin & York The World's Smallest Big Band
- Released: February 12, 2013
- Originally Released: 2013
Record Collector (magazine) - p.964 stars out of 5 -- "Throughout, the sound the pair generate is splendid, even without any bass guitar, as they allow themselves space to show off their tremendous talents."
- 1.Just a Case of Time
- 2.I Can't Find My Way Home
- 3.Love, A Song for You
- 4.Rock & Roll Medley: Jailhouse Rock / Mean Woman Blues / Rip It Up! - (live)
- 5.Pike, The - (live)
- 6.Northern Medley: Lady Madonna / Norwegian Wood - (live)
- 7.If I Could Join Them
- 8.David Difficult
- 9.Tomorrow Today
- 11.Little Miss Blue
- 12.Can't Keep a Good Man Down
- 13.Cowboy - (live)
- 14.Everyone I Know - (live)
Song previews provided courtesy of iTunes
Audio Remasterer: Ben Wiseman.
Recording information: De Lane Lea Studios, Sean Street; Germany; Olympic Sound Studios.
Photographer: Richard Dunkley.
Hammond organ is one of the most haunting modern instruments, and it is employed to powerful effect on this album of jams by Spencer Davis Group vocalist Eddie Hardin and drummer Pete York. Assembled from live tracks and some studio takes, this laidback yet smoking late-'60s set features jazzy originals and cover medleys (Beatles, Elvis) powered by smoldering vocals, groaning organ, and inventive percussion.
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