Jack Hardy And The Ranch Boys, Jack S. Hardy, John S. Hardy. Marketplace 366 For Sale. The Mirror Of My Madness (Album). Not On Label, Not On Label. The Nameless One (Album). Two Of Swords (Album).
Jack Hardy – Jack Hardy. Label: Great Divide Records – GDSR 1759. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Acoustic Guitar, Recorded By, Vocals – Jack Hardy. Bass, Guitar, Harp, Mandolin – Bill Walach. Drums – Dick Coleman. Engineer – Greg Raffa, Jr. Written-By – Jack S. Includes lyric sheet.
Jack Hardy (singer-songwriter). John Studebaker "Jack" Hardy (November 23, 1947 – March 11, 2011) was an American lyrical singer-songwriter and playwright based in Greenwich Village, who was influential as a writer, performer, and mentor in the North American and European folk music scenes for decades. He was cited as a major influence by Suzanne Vega, John Gorka, and many others who emerged from that scene in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s
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On this first five-CD volume, Hardy has included his second through fifth albums, but not his debut LP, 1971's Jack Hardy. In place of that is Early and Rare, a 20-track disc containing seven of the 11 tracks from the LP, as well as unreleased demos and one teenage home recording. Especially as compared to Hardy's later work, this is embryonic juvenilia.
Through - Jack Hardy. Songs: 13. Artist: Jack Hardy. Songs: Jack Hardy - Through 03:55. Jack Hardy - The Crows 02:15. Jack Hardy - No Man 03:46. Jack Hardy - Discover What It Is 03:52. Jack Hardy - What a Strange Thought 03:44. Jack Hardy - No Future 04:24. Jack Hardy - Before You Sing 06:07. Jack Hardy - Elevator 04:14. Jack Hardy - The Knight's Dream 05:48. Jack Hardy - The Nightmare 04:24. Jack Hardy - Four Ways of Framing Spring 06:11. Jack Hardy - The Child 04:34. Jack Hardy - Through 03:56.
Jack Hardy is "a more literate Celtic Townes Van Zandt, grave in his tone and generous in his ideals, as rooted in the present soil and sky of Ireland and America as he is fascinated by the legends of the past" (Roy Kasten, St. Louis Riverfront Times, February 3, 1999). It is a strange mix of themes ranging from the American West to the ballads and jigs of Celtic ancestors that somehow seems to make sense in the musical world Jack Hardy has created. In 1998, Prime CD reissued his first ten albums in a box set as well as his eleventh album The Passing. In 1996, BCN Records released a tribute album The Songs of Jack Hardy: Of the White Goddess, a collection of his Celtic ballads (all sung by women). In 1997, Jack was the recipient of The Kate Wolf Memorial Award, given yearly to "an artist who makes a difference through his music" by the World Folk Music Association.