Track list here is as on labels. The cover lists the tracks by who arranged them.
Harlan County is a county located in southeastern Kentucky. As of the 2010 census, the population was 29,278. Its county seat is Harlan. With regard to the sale of alcohol, it is classified as a moist county-a county in which alcohol sales are prohibited (a dry county), but containing a "wet" city, in this case Cumberland, where package alcohol sales are allowed
Jim Ford, Album Harlan County. Harlan County Lyrics. In the back hills of Kentucky I was raised In a shack on Big Bone Mountain Born into poverty, bathed in misery The times I went hungry you can’t count ‘em. Where the cold winds blow and the crops don’t grow A man’s tired of livin’ when he’s twenty I was diggin’ hard coal at twelve years old Way down in Harlan County. Mama tried hard, poor ol’ Daddy got tired Couldn’t even get a job with a shotgun One winter I was out cuttin’ kindlin’ The news came to Mama that mornin’. They had a penny ante poker game down at the junction Big.
Artists Jim Ford Harlan County. Harlan County Jim Ford. This album has an average beat per minute of 122 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 96/176 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Harlan County. BPM Profile Harlan County. Album starts at 118BPM, ends at 96BPM (-22), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Jim Ford. The Sounds of Our Time.
Harlan County, the only album he ever completed, captures Ford at both extremes. The laid-back, rootsy sound of Harlan County - equal parts country-rock, soul, and pop - provided a touchstone for British pub rock, especially for Brinsley Schwarz, which covered Ford's "JuJu Man" and "Niki Hoeke Speedway" (Brinsley's chief songwriter, Nick Lowe, later recorded "36 Inches High"). Those songs aren't on 1969's Harlan County; they're from an aborted 1971 record that was to feature the Brinsleys as Ford's backing band. They are of interest as a curiosity, especially for pub rock fanatics, but Harlan County illustrates why Jim Ford never became a cult artist in his own right. Stephen Thomas Erlewine.
Album: Harlan County. Download Jim Ford - Harlan County. Harlan County: Best 2 songs. Jim Ford - Under Construction 01:41. Jim Ford - Working My Way To LA 02:44. Album: Harlan County. Jim Ford: best 2 tracks. Jim Ford - Under Construction Harlan County, 1969 01:41. Jim Ford - Ju Ju Man Demolition Expert, 2011 04:20.
Jim Ford - Harlan County. Album: Harlan County, 1969. absolute classic country soul track from 1969.
Jim Ford meant a lot of things to a lot of different people. Sly Stone claimed Ford was his best friend, Nick Lowe name checks him as a major inspiration, and British mod band the Koobas recorded an entire album of Harlan County songs (The Koobas even went as far as to change their name to Harlan County). His unique brand of nk has proven to be original and very influential. The Harlan County LP was released by White Whale in 1969 and is evenly divided between covers and Jim Ford originals.
Jim Ford - Love On My Brain 03:14. Jim Ford - Long Road Ahead 02:53. Jim Ford - Spoonful 02:44. Jim Ford - To Make My Life Beautiful 02:56. Demolition Expert - Jim Ford.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A2||I Wanta Make Her Love Me
Written-By – Cosby*, Haraway*, Wonder*, Moy*
Written-By – Suzanna Jordan
|A4||Dr. Handy's Dandy Candy|
|A5||Love On My Brain|
|B1||Long Road Ahead
Written-By – Bramlett*, Davis*
|B3||Working My Way To L. A.
Written-By – James Ford*, L. Vegas*
Written-By – W. Dixon*
|B5||To Make My Life Beautiful
Written-By – A. Harvey*
- Pressed By – Monarch Record Mfg. Co.
- Arranged By – Gene Page (tracks: A1, A3 to A5, B4, B5), Jim Ford (tracks: A2, B1 to B3), Lolly Vegas (tracks: A2, B1 to B3)
- Coordinator [Executive Coordinator] – Jimmy O'Neill
- Engineer – Rick Pekkonen*
- Liner Notes – Jim Ford
- Producer [Prod. By] – Jim Ford
- Written-By – James Ford* (tracks: A1, A4, A5, B2)
NotesTrack list as printed on labels.
The cover lists the tracks by who arranged them.
sleeve: JHS 1002
Prod. by Jim Ford appears on sleeve: Prod. by Jimmy Ford appears on labels.
"I'm Gonna Make Her Love Me" appears on sleeve; "I Wanta Make Her Love Me" appears on label.
Sundown A Division of Jim Hand Enterprises
Prod. by Jim Ford with the help of My Good Friends Pat. V, Lolly. V, Tony B.
and little Sleep.
Special thanks to
and to myself.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A etched runout): JHS-1002-A (upside down √) △13514
- Matrix / Runout (Side B etched runout): JHS-1002-B (upside down v) △13514-X
- Matrix / Runout (Side A stamped runout): MR[Circled]
- Matrix / Runout (Side B stamped runout): MR[Circled]
- Rights Society: BMI
|JHS 1002||Jim Ford||Harlan County (LP, Album)||Sundown , White Whale||JHS 1002||US||1969|
|JHS 1002||Jim Ford||Harlan County (LP, Album)||White Whale||JHS 1002||US||1969|
|LITA 068||Jim Ford||Harlan County (LP, Album, RE)||Light In The Attic||LITA 068||US||2011|
|302 066 817 8||Jim Ford||Harlan County (CD, Album, RM)||Varèse Sarabande||302 066 817 8||US||2018|
|EDCD519||Jim Ford||Harlan County (CD, Album, RE)||Edsel Records||EDCD519||UK||1997|