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John Hartford

John Hartford remains best known for the country-pop standard "Gentle on My Mind," a major hit for Glen Campbell and subsequently covered by vocalists ranging from Frank Sinatra to Aretha Franklin. The song remains among the most often recorded in the history of popular music, its copyright netting Hartford well over a hundred thousand dollars annually for many years. But there was more to Hartford than that curious mix of highly literary folk music and MOR romantic nostalgia, told from the perspective of a homeless man remembering days of perfect love. Hartford was a multi-talented old-time musician, a riverboat captain, a satirical songwriter, a one-man showman of exceptional talents, and one of the founders of both progressive country music and old-time string music revivalism.

John Harford (the added "t" was the brainchild of Chet Atkins) was born in New York City to a medical resident and his painter wife but grew up in St. Louis near the Mississippi River he would always love. His first job, on a riverboat, came at age ten. As a boy he liked the traditional country music he heard on the Grand Ole Opry radio broadcast from Nashville, and by age 13 he was an accomplished fiddler and five-string banjo player whose main influences were Stringbean and Earl Scruggs. Soon he added guitar and mandolin to his repertoire. He founded his first bluegrass band in high school and dropped out of Washington University after a year to pursue his music. Performing and working as a DJ and sometimes as a commercial graphic artist in Missouri and Illinois, Hartford made a few singles for small local labels in the early '60s. In 1965 he moved with his wife and son Jamie to Nashville, taking a DJ job at radio station WSIX. It didn't take him long to meet the other architects of the city's songwriting renaissance -- Kris Kristofferson, Mickey Newbury, and the Glaser Brothers, who owned a state-of-the-art recording studio and began promoting Hartford and his songs around Music Row.

Signed to RCA in 1966, Hartford went into the studio to record his debut album, John Hartford Looks at Life, which was produced by Atkins. "He is himself and will not be told how to write or sing, because he has only his own world," wrote Johnny Cash in the liner notes. Hartford's second album, Earthwords & Music, featured "Gentle on My Mind" (a modest hit) along with songs that pointed forward to his independent-minded career as a solo performer: "The Good Old Electric Washing Machine Circa 1943" featured a charming mouth-music imitation of that appliance. In 1968 Hartford moved to Los Angeles, appearing regularly on CBS's Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour and later on The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour. He also played on the Byrds' 1968 album Sweetheart of the Rodeo and Doug Dillard's The Banjo Album. By the end of the decade, Hartford also earned his riverboat pilot's license. Financially secure thanks to "Gentle on My Mind," he decided to spend the rest of his life pursuing an artistic vision rooted in country music traditions.

In 1971, Hartford returned to Nashville and founded a bluegrass band featuring guitarist Norman Blake, dobro player Tut Taylor, and master fiddler Vassar Clements. The all-acoustic Aereo-Plain album recorded for Warner Bros. that year (and its successor Morning Bugle) featured a free bluegrass feel often cited as seminal both by progressive bluegrass musicians and by adherents of the modern jam band movement. Hartford made guest appearances on albums by James Taylor, Seals & Crofts, and Hoyt Axton, and he cut the bluegrass Tennessee Jubilee album in 1975 with the assistance of Benny Martin and Lester Flatt.

In the mid-'70s Hartford worked out a solo act in which he appeared in a trademark bowler hat and black vest. He began to record unaccompanied, releasing the unclassifiable Mark Twang in 1976 and winning a Grammy award for Best Ethnic or Traditional Recording. That album was the first of a series of mostly solo albums Hartford recorded for the Chicago-based Flying Fish label, featuring a mix of traditional material with Hartford's own trenchant originals. Though Hartford had diverged sharply from the sphere of commercial country music, he continued to live in Nashville and to appear as a session man on such albums as the Dillards' Permanent Wave and Shel Silverstein's The Great Conch Train Robbery. He also became involved with Opryland, where he helped launch an old-fashioned steamboat ride.

By the late '80s Hartford was battling non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, but he continued to record and perform until he lost the use of his hands shortly before his death in 2001. He performed and recorded with his son Jamie, re-recorded and reissued his earlier work on his own Small Dog Barking label, and kept busy with a host of side projects such as narration for the Ken Burns public-television series The Civil War. His later albums, several of them recorded for Rounder, were highly individualistic gems: 1998's Speed of the Old Long Bow was a tribute to a little-known fiddler named Ed Haley on which Hartford not only performed Haley's music but also added lyrics that traced his life and career. As word of Hartford's illness spread, his well-wishers included a long parade of musicians he had worked with and influenced profoundly. ~ James Manheim
full bio

Selected Discography


Track List: Housing Project

1. Housing Project

2. I'm Still Here

3. Crystallia Daydream

4. The Girl With the Long Brown Hair

5. I Didn't Know the World Would Last This Long

6. The Sailboat Song

7. The Category Stomp

8. Go Fall Asleep Now

9. My Face

10. Big Blue Balloon

11. In Like Of

12. Shiny Rails of Steel


Track List: John Hartford S/T

1. Dusty Miller Hornpipe And Fugue In A Major For Strings, Brass And Five String Banjo

2. I've Heard The Tearstained Monologue You Do There By The Door Before You Leave

3. The Collector

4. A Short Sentimental Interlude

5. Mr. Jackson's Got Nothing To Do

6. Open Rode Ode

7. Little Piece In D

8. The Poor Old Prurient Interest Blues

9. The Wart

10. Railroad Street

11. Another Short (But Not So Sentimental) Interlude

12. Orphan Of World War Two

13. The Little Old Lonesome Little Circle Song

14. I Don't Love Nobody


Track List: The Love Album

1. Why Do You Do Me Like You Do?

2. The Six O'Clock Train And A Girl With Green Eyes

3. Springtime All Over Again

4. Landscape Grown Cold

5. This Eve Of Parting

6. I Would Not Be Here

7. Natural To Be Gone

8. Empty Afternoon Of Summer Longing

9. A Simple Thing As Love

10. Windows

11. Prayer

12. Love Is Sweeter


Track List: Looks At Life

1. I Reckon

2. Today

3. A Man Smoking A Cigar

4. Untangle Your Mind

5. Like Unto A Mockingbird (Album Version)

6. I Shoulda Wore My Birthday Suit

7. The Tall Tall Grass

8. Front Porch

9. Eve Of My Multification

10. When The Sky Began To Fall

11. Corn Cob Blues

12. Minus The Woman

13. Jack's In The Sack


Track List: Earthwords & Music

1. (Good Old Electric) Washing Machine (Circa 1943)

2. Love Song In 2/4 Time

3. Daytime Of Life

4. Whose That

5. There Are No Fools In Heaven (Anyman's Lament)

6. Earthword's

7. Gentle On My Mind

8. Naked In Spite Of Myself

9. How Come You're Being So Good To Me

10. No End Of Love

11. Left Handed Woman

12. Baking Soda


Track List: Aereo-Plain / Morning Bugle: The Complete Warner Bros. Recordings

Disc 1

2. Steamboat Whistle Blues

3. Back In The Goodle Days

4. Up On The Hill Where They Do The Boogie

5. Boogie

6. First Girl I Loved

7. Presbyterian Guitar

8. With A Vamp In The Middle

9. Symphony Hall Rag

10. Because Of You

11. Steam Powered Aereo Plane

12. Holding

13. Tear Down The Grand Ole Opry

14. Leather Britches

15. Station Break

Disc 2

1. Streetcar

2. Nobody Eats At Linebaugh's Anymore

3. Howard Hughes' Blues

4. All Fall Down

5. On The Road

6. Morning Bugle

7. Old Joe Clark

8. My Rag

10. Got No Place To Go

11. Bye-Bye


Track List: Morning Bugle

1. Streetcar

2. Nobody Eats At Linebaugh's Anymore

3. Howard Hughes' Blues

4. All Fall Down

5. On The Road

6. Morning Bugle

7. Old Joe Clark

8. My Rag

9. Late Last Night My Willie Came Home

10. Got No Place To Go

11. Bye-Bye


Track List: Aereo-Plain

1. Turn Your Radio On [I]

2. Steamboat Whistle Blues

3. Back In The Goodle Days

4. Up On The Hill Where They Do The Boogie

5. Boogie

6. First Girl I Loved

7. Presbyterian Guitar

8. With A Vamp In The Middle

9. Symphony Hall Rag

10. Because Of You

11. Steam Powered Aereo Plane

12. Holding

13. Tear Down The Grand Ole Opry

14. Leather Britches

15. Station Break

16. Turn Your Radio On [II]


Track List: Goin Back to Dixie

1. Goin Back to Dixie

2. Little Girl With Her Hair All Down Behind

3. I Wonder Where You Are Tonight

4. Heavenly Sunlight

5. M.I.S.I.P.

6. The Girl I left Behind Me

7. We Did our Best

8. The Boys from North Carolina

9. Them Way Long Time Ago Times

10. The Death of John Henry


Track List: Good'le Days: Essential Recordings

1. Skippin' In The Mississippi Dew

2. Gum Tree Canoe

3. Gentle On My Mind (1977 Recording)

4. Lorena

5. In Tall Buildings

6. The Vamp From Back In The Goodle Days

7. Wrong Road Again

8. Good Old Electric Washing Machine

9. Take Me Back To My Mississippi River Home

10. Old Time River Man


Track List: Walls We Bounce Off Of

1. More Big Bull Fiddle Fun

2. The Queen of Rock & Roll

3. Can't Stand to Throw Anything Away

4. Interstate Waltz

5. Flea Market Breakdown

6. Your Tax Dollars At Work

7. When the Dinner Bell Rings

8. I Just Wanna Look in There

9. The All Collision All Explosion Song

10. Fourteen Pole Cat Skins On a Chevy Camaro

11. Sexual Harrassment

12. Wonder Woman

13. Hooter Thunkit


Track List: Natural To Be Gone 1967-1970

1. The Tall Tall Grass

2. Untangle Your Mind

3. Corn Cob Blues

4. Minus The Woman

5. Gentle On My Mind

6. There Are No Fools In Heaven (Anyman's Lament)

7. A Simple Thing As Love

8. Natural To Be Gone

9. The Six O'Clock Train And A Girl With Green Eyes

11. Windows

12. Big Blue Balloon

13. Crystallia Daydream

14. In Like Of

15. Shiny Rails Of Steel

16. The Category Stomp

17. Go Fall Asleep Now

19. I Didn't Know The World Would Last This Long

20. Dusty Miller Hornpipe And Fugue In A Major For Strings, Brass And Five String Banjo

22. The Little Old Lonesome Little Circle Song

23. Little Piece In D

24. Like Unto A Mockingbird


Track List: Steam Powered Aero-Takes

1. Where The Red River Flows

2. Ruff And Ready

3. Blame It On Joann

4. The Vamp From Back In The Goodle Days

5. Emanuel Cant

6. Bad Music (Is Better Than No Music At All)

7. Dig A Hole

8. Presbyterian Guitar

9. Strange Old Man

10. Lady Jane

11. Oasis

12. Because Of You

13. Morning Bugle

14. John Henry

15. Doin' My Time

16. Keep On Truckin'

17. Don't Ever Take Your Eyes Off The Game, Babe

18. Howard Hughes Blues


Track List: RCA Country Legends: John Hartford

1. Corn Cob Blues

2. (Good Old Electric) Washing Machine (Circa 1943)

3. Gentle On My Mind

4. How Come You're Being So Good To Me

5. Front Porch

6. Untangle Your Mind

7. The Category Stomp

8. Big Blue Balloon

9. Whose That

10. I'm Still Here

11. The Girl With The Long Brown Hair

12. Why Do You Do Me Like You Do?

13. I Would Not Be Here

14. Natural To Be Gone

15. Jack's In The Sack

16. California Earthquake

17. Mouth To Mouth Resuscitation


Track List: Hamilton Ironworks

1. Intro

2. Knockin' At Your Door

3. Woodchopper's Breakdown

4. Hamilton Ironworks

5. Jawbone

6. Politic

7. Wooliver's Money Musk

8. Ragtime Dream

9. Quail Is A Pretty Bird

10. Emminence Breakdown

11. Ragged Bill

12. Hi Dad In The Morning

13. Black River

14. Green Corn

15. Devil's Hornpipe

16. Wolves A Howlin'

17. Fiddler's Hornpipe

18. White River

19. Greenback Dollar

20. Comin' Down From Denver On A Trip To Galway Here And There

21. Chicken Oh Chicken

22. Goforth's Dusty Miller

23. Turkey Buzzard


Track List: Live From Mountain Stage

1. I Wish We Had Our Time Again (Live)

2. Lorena (Live)

3. More Big Bull Fiddle Fun (Live)

4. Fiddle Tune (Live)

5. Bring Your Clothes Back Home And Try Me One More Time (Live)

6. Gum Tree Canoe (Live)

7. Gentle On My Mind (Live)

8. Yellow Barber (Live)

9. My Tears Don't Show (Live)

10. I Wonder Where You Are Tonight (Live)

11. Where Does An Old Time River Man Go (Live)

12. Catletsburg (Live)

13. The Annual Waltz (Live)


Track List: The Speed Of The Old Long Bow

1. Hell Up Coal Hollar

2. Yellow Barber

3. Lost Indian

4. Dunbar

5. Brushy Fork Of John's Creek

6. Bonaparte's Retreat

7. Forks Of Sandy

8. Cattlettsburg

9. Half Past Four

10. Blackberry Blossom

11. Pumpkin Ridge

12. Brownlow's Dream

13. Rebel Raid

14. Boatman

15. Ida Red


Track List: Wild Hog In The Red Brush

1. Squirrel Hunters

2. Birdie

3. Grandmammy Look At Uncle Sam

4. Old Virginia Reel

5. Flannery's Dream

6. Down At The Mouth Of Old Stinson

7. The Girl With The Blue Dress On

8. Wild Hog In The Red Brush

9. Over The Road To Maysville

10. Bumble Bee In A Jug

11. Bostony

12. Shelvin' Rock

13. Molly Put The Kettle On

14. West Fork Gals

15. Portsmouth Airs

16. Coquette

17. Jimmy In The Swamp

18. Lady Of The Lake

19. Natchez Under The Hill


Track List: Cadillac Rag

1. All American Rodeo Reel

2. Cadillac Rag

3. Time to Get Together

4. Old John Hartford\'s Walkaround

5. Alaskan Hornpipe

6. Stones River

7. Nickajacks Lament

8. Rose of Gilroy

9. Boy Unloading Crossties

10. Fritz Waltz


Track List: Me Oh My, How The Time Does Fly -- A John Hartford Anthology

1. Skippin' In The Mississippi Dew

2. The Julia Belle Swain

3. Natchez Whistle

4. I Would Not Be Here

5. Miss Ferris

7. Cuckoo's Nest

8. Boogie

9. Gum Tree Canoe

10. Slumberin' On The Cumberland

11. Gentle On My Mind

12. In Tall Buildings

13. Nobody Eats At Linebaugh's Anymore

14. On Christmas Eve

15. Way Down The River Road

16. Let Him Go On Mama

17. Good Old Electric Washing Machine -- Circa 1943

18. I'm Still Here


Track List: Gum Tree Canoe

1. I'm Still Here

2. Way Down The River Road

3. Gum Tree Canoe

4. Your Long Journey

5. Jug Harris

6. Little Piece Of My Heart

7. Take Me Back To My Mississippi River Home

8. Lorena

9. Wrong Road Again

10. No Expectations

11. You Asked Me To

12. I Wonder Where You Are Tonight


Track List: Nobody Knows What You Do

1. You Don't Have To Do That

2. Didn't Want To Be Forgotten

3. In Tall Buildings

4. John McLaughlin

5. Granny Wontcha Smoke Some Marijuana

6. The False Hearted Tenor Waltz

7. Joseph's Dream

8. Down

9. The Golden Globe Award

10. Sly Feel

11. Somewhere My Love/We'll Meet Again Sweetheart

12. Nobody Knows What You Do


Track List: Mark Twang

1. Skippin In The Mississippi Dew

2. Long Hot Summer Days

3. Let Him Go On Mama

4. Don't Leave Your Records In The Sun

5. Tater Tate And Allen Mundy

6. The Julia Belle Swain

7. Little Cabin Home On The Hill Waugh Waugh

8. Austin Minor Sympathy

9. The Lowest Pair

10. Tryin' To Do Something To Get Your Attention


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I remember seeing Hartford often on the Glen Campbell TV show. His Electric Washing Machine song was a crack up. He was a very talented writer and musician.
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I love how he introduces his songs, I was new to the fiddle blue grass music but caught on to John right away. Must have been a real great time at any live show he did.
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I got to see John play, (and shuffle), on a beautiful fall day in a small park in Carbondale, IL. For more than 2 hours I sat in the grass less than 10 feet away and was spell-bound by this gentle soul. One of the better memories of my life. Such a loss to lose him so young.
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Funny, I listened to John Hartford and bought his albums for years before I ever knew about Gentle On My Mind. I will always remember him for Aereo Plain.
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I am so sad after reading this. I have wondered about him so many times over the years. I had no idea that he left us. I must have been on Neptune at the time. He was a truly great musician.
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Hogfoot is a new tune to me
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He makes the Violin a great Instrument where its was not thought of a rhythm instrument. Cant help tapping my foot to his great sounds.
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Holding is one of my favorite tunes!
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He will forever hold a very special place in my echelon of great musicians. After having stumbled upon bluegrass in the late seventies I shortly thereafter discovered John, and he simply re-wrote what it meant to me to be original.... . . Well, its too thick to navigate and its too thin to plow So let him go on mama, don't put him down for it now.
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Saw him many times always great use of plywood.
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Sad day when I heard John Hartford passed- met him briefly in the mid 70's , he was a wonderful performer.
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To this day, I STILL miss John. He was a fun guy to see on stage.
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NPR' Here and Now' radio show did a piece on him 5/29/2014 I was nice to heard his voice again. His Son has done allot too, in his memory and on his own, Ck it out
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I was introduced to Aeroplane in the Eighties and loved it. I was very fortunate to see John play live with his trademark bowler hat at the Great Northern Bluegrass Festival (Mole Lake Wisconsin) every year from 1982-1990. He would play solo every day, then Saturday night he would team up with folks like John McEuen, Doc Watson and more for the finale. I met him briefly at a show in Menomonie, Wi in 1985 and bought a signed copy of Mark Twang. I saw him one last time in 1999 before he passed.
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It would be nice if they started with the song you actually requested.
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My first day with Pandora and it has been a disappointme n t . They seem to be pleased to play the less popular tunes by the artists. I wanted to hear John Hartford sing Gentle On My Mind, a classic.. They played a sampling of Glenn Campbell's version ,circa 2013 that wasn't his best. Almost all of the Asleep at the Wheel songs were non hits...come on...who's making these decisions... a r e you covering your eyes and pointing to a song on the list to make your decision on what to play?!
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Caught JH for the last time at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall (a treasure of a place with incredible sound in Troy, NY) with a reconvened Aereo-Plain Band featuring guest Sam Bush with my best bud and our ladies, front row center. The show was a musical high for ears and eyes. Great man, musician, and story teller... much missed.
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Presbyterian guitar was
The music for
Wedding. Brilliant and beautiful. Me and my pals from the good ol' days saw John play frequently and it was
Always fresh and intelligent. I will always cherish his sound and influence. Thanks John--- bill b
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Saw John many times, Mole effin Lake, WI, up on the Rez. He owned the crowd who sang his songs, danced his snake and held the Golden Globe Awards ( not those... Those!) what a hoot. Bluegrass jammin started in 76 when mainstream was all disco! John, Doc&Merle, Bill, Lester, many more. John ruled. American treasure fee sure.
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during my teen years in the 1970s, somehow i missed his music. 15 years later i discovered him when i heard dancin' in the bathtub. i fell in love -- with the musician. (not the bathtub)
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In my humble opinion, some of John's best albums were on the Flying Fish label. (Not listed here)
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I like how you have the lyrics to a John Prine song printed above but it is a John Hartford song playing!
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I heard John for the first time while babysitting for a disc jockey who had an amazing record collection. The album was Earthwords & Music. It changed the way I listened to music. Years later I was able to get a copy of the album and it is now the only piece of vinyl I will never part with.
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My husband and I were privileged to meet him and enjoy his performance on his beloved riverboat ,The Julia Belle Swain where he also served as captain, in August, 1989. Wonderful memories of a grat musician.
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I grew up psychedelic, and then there was that one John Hartford album in my collection.. . S t e a m Powered Aereoplane, totally opened my eyes to another kind of music, and now I'll always remember John fondly.
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I've listened to John Hartford for over forty years and, most fortunately, in concert a number of times. and his music still brings a smile to my face. The most original musical talent I ever heard - rest in peace, John.
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Well I dreamt I went awaaaaaaaaaa a a a a a y . . . .

He and Lionel Hampton were my favorite boyhood performers.
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The first John Hartford Memorial Festival at the Bill Monroe Bluegrass Park in Bean Blossom, Indiana was inexpensive, eye opening, amazing, as well as inspirationa l . I will definitely go again next time.
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I love John Hartford and miss him
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Gotta Love it!
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Long Hot Summer Days is the only song I know of that mentions my hometown, Beardstown,I l . Being a river rat myself, I always loved John's music....sti l l do.
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...A lot of good things went down one time...Back in the Goodle days.
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In the mid seventies I was living on the beach in Daytona, working as a lifeguard, listening to Hendrix, Led Zeppelin and so forth. One afternoon I went to a freinds apt to listen to music. Steam Powered areo-plane was on the turntable and it changed my life. Fast forward 20 years and I was attending bluegrass fests with wife and kids. Kids now play fiddle, bass fiddle, banjer, guitar, mando, etc. John changed a couple of generations in my family. I creid when he died as if it were my own dad.
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two hits and the joint turned brown, john was a 'head of his time.
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never heard of him before, but I like.
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The Julia Belle Swain docked at Starved Rock by Ottawa IL and the pilot was rumored to have been ol' John, himself. I hung around for awhile hoping see if it was true, but it grew dark and I had to go home with a little kid of my own. Roll on and on and on John
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I last saw John Hartford at the Port Townsend Fiddle Tunes the year before he passed. What a great talent.
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There is an RCA LP titled "Gentle on My Mind" and Other Originals by John Hartford - Stereo LSP 4068 that contains songs I wish I could hear on Pandora. They include, "Mouth to Mouth Resuscitatio n " , "California Earthquake", "I Would Not be HERE", "Front Porch", "Like Unto a Mockingbird" , "A Simple Thing as Love", "Untangle Your Mind".
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He was a musican and an entertainer, saw him live several times
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I still play his music. Always will.
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He was the best. Saw him play in Winfield KS years ago - I loved that man - still do.
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God Bless you John Hartford.
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It was John Hartford that inspired me to learn how to play the fiddle. I have shared John’s music with friends and family and all became fans. John will always be in our hearts and his music will win in the 'test of time'.
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Seen many concerts, the dead over a hundred times. Saw John once in NYC. Best show ever. Brilliant, original, and true to himself. He passed on a part of old and in the way. Wish he played on it. Was replaced by Vasser Clements a great choice
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Aero-plane band still runs through my veins every time I play a fiddle.
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What bargrum said! I wish John were still with us.
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beautiful music. love it.
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Great artist, one of the best ever
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herecomes2mo r r o w
cool voice. neat how he puts too many words in one line.
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this man is an american treasure who walked among us extended mountain and river time right into to our souls. You can look at him and tell he is someone you want to know
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