Tim Hardin 1
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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.〔(Rough Guide to Rock bio. )〕
The album cover was shot in the garden of "The Castle" where Bob Dylan was staying during that time. The cover and all the photos on the back were taken by Lisa Law. One of the outtakes of this album shoot was used for Hardin's last album as well as he died the day Law was to photograph him for his new album, ''Hang On to a Dream''.
''Tim Hardin 1'' was re-released on CD in 1998 by Repertoire along with ''Tim Hardin 2''.〔(Allmusic entry for compilation of Tim Hardin 1 and 2. )〕
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