James Timothy Hardin (December 23, 1941 – December 29, 1980) was an American folk musician and composer. He wrote the Top 40 hit “If I Were a Carpenter”, “Reason to Believe”, “The Lady Came from Baltimore”, and more..
Lady Came From Baltimore
Palais Des Sports
4 July 1994
Bob Dylan (vocal, guitar & harmonica)
Bucky Baxter (pedal steel guitar & electric slide guitar)
John Jackson (guitar)
Tony Garnier (bass)
Winston Watson (drums & percussion)
I was there to steal her money
Take her rings and run
Then I fell in love with the lady
Got away with none
Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot becomes prime minister (and virtual dictator) of Cambodia after Prince Sihanouk steps down (April 2).
Israeli airborne commandos attack Uganda’s Entebbe Airport and free 103 hostages held by pro-Palestinian hijackers of Air France plane; one Israeli and several Ugandan soldiers killed in raid (July 4).
19-month civil war ends in Lebanon after threatening to escalate to global level (Nov.).
US: US Supreme Court rules that blacks and other minorities are entitled to retroactive job seniority (March 24).
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US: Jimmy Carter elected US President (Nov. 2).
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Only one song per artist/group
The song must be released that specific year
Songs from live albums not allowed
Restricted to only 20 songs
As usual.. a lot of wonderful music was released in 1976, again hard to pick only 20.
Isis – Bob Dylan
Released on the album “Desire” – Jan 5, 1976. It was written by Bob Dylan in collaboration with Jacques Levy.
– I married Isis on the fifth day of May But I could not hold on to her very long So I cut off my hair and I rode straight away For the wild unknown country where I could not go wrong
Here is a great live version from 1976:
Mediocrity’s easy, the good things take time, the great need commitment.
~Bob Seger, Lock And Loaded
That’s a good way to live, go against the wind.
Combining the driving charge of Ryder’s Detroit Wheels with Stonesy garage rock and devotion to hard-edged soul and R&B, he crafted a distinctively American sound.
~Stephen Thomas Erlewine (allmusic.com)
Kid Rock inducts Bob Seger Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductions 2004: