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  • at5-5

    ^p^

    Febbraio 2014
  • Big_Wigs

    Wow, I expected him to have more listeners on here! Brilliant songwriter, love his music.

    Febbraio 2014
  • RedArmada

    His only worthwhile song is "The Sniper", but what a fucking song- a deranged, surreal psychoanalysis of a lonely misfit's killing spree, it's incredible

    Gennaio 2014
  • jazzthieve

    Spotify playlist: Classic Rock

    Aprile 2013
  • madeira_sensei

    xD

    Febbraio 2013
  • HighandMighty13

    This guy is so much more than just Cats in the Cradle. One of the greatest story tellers ever, he has some of the best songs I've ever heard. A true legend, underrated. [2]

    Novembre 2012
  • philshan

    Saw him 3 times on his UK tours. Actually managed to receive a handshake at one of his concerts. The man was tremendous and a complete entertainer. He still gets played quite a lot on BBC Radio 2 over here thankfully

    Settembre 2012
  • reagan0

    I'm converting my vinyl collection to digital. I've just converted "Verities & Balderdash". Wow... What a great album.

    Giugno 2012
  • vashta1

    one of the most underrated musicians of his time.

    Maggio 2012
  • hashcake77

    I'm in the dance baaaand, on the titanic. Sing "Nearer, my God, to Thee". The iceberg's on the starboard bow, won't you dance with me?

    Settembre 2011
  • Karmageddonx

    I am stunned by how few plays this amazing artist has. I had no idea he was so underrated. Kind of sad, actually.

    Luglio 2011
  • Stoosie

    I like his music it's asshame he died so young

    Giugno 2011
  • Nagsworth

    UNDERRATED HERO. One of the great American story-tellers, and an incredibly noble and charitable human being, I started listening when I was about 3 years old in my grandpa's car and I'm still listening today at age 24. His songs bring a chill to my bones.

    Maggio 2011
  • Early_Birds

    Sniper is fantasticly haunting.

    Marzo 2011
  • Fitzer48

    I was lucky enough to see Harry live twice on the U of Illinois campus during the 1970s. He said, they were Champaign-Urbana's house band...the campus loved him.

    Marzo 2011
  • bfmets

    harry is the best ever telling stories with a horse voice and the acoustics behind him

    Febbraio 2011
  • swollenappetite

    Along with Phil Ochs, the finest protest singer of all time, although he specialised more in the loneliness and unconnectedness of humanity (There's A Lot Of Lonely People/Easy/Better Place to Be). He was the one who put me on to Phil Ochs, a now virtually unknown singer but - like Harry - one of the finest lyricists around. I too saw him live in England, where he sang Mail Order Annie absolutely unaccompanied and brought the house down. Favourite story about him: how he played Sniper at a concert where the father of the subject of the song was present and walked out; he made inquiries, found out who he was and went round to his house and said he would never play the song in public again... our loss, but what a sensitive man!

    Dicembre 2010
  • Dirtguy4halos

    Hell now i'm 50 and I like this song even more now that i'm a dad. Sorry had to wipe a tear, my young boys were calling!

    Dicembre 2010
  • s_sourabh

    He is undoubtedly under rated. *respect*

    Luglio 2010
  • Tr1xx

    Surprised to see W.O.L.D isn't higher up the stats. It's just such a great song.

    Aprile 2010
  • buffalofan51

    dwight and andy singing was a great scene.

    Marzo 2010
  • eriqk

    thanks dwight

    Marzo 2010
  • pearleed

    Cats in the cradle, the best version of that song ever.

    Marzo 2010
  • Adamska2326

    by far THE most under rated artist of all time

    Febbraio 2010
  • ExspectaMortem

    Aaah, the original "Cats in the cradle" is much better than Ugly Kid Joe's cover.

    Gennaio 2010
  • fbelmont

    No words for my love.

    Dicembre 2009
  • chalman

    Saw him twice, as my all time fave he appeared in UK and saw him one night and had to see him again the next night, slightly different set each night and the usual 2 hours plus of pure emotion, particularly when he walked into audience playing Mail Order Annie on his harmonica. Also got to get his poetry book signed and shake his hand... magic time and I will always play his music regularly because of how it makes me feel.

    Novembre 2009
  • rustyrussel

    Why can't I listen to any more of his songs on here, even on Harry Chapin Radio he never comes on.

    Novembre 2009
  • margotemk

    I was lucky - got to see him live, bought an album, and got a kiss as part of a fundraiser. It was a great show - never forgot it. Cat's in the Cradle made me a fan.

    Agosto 2009
  • lord-corwin

    I saw Harry play at a fund raiser called "Gordon Lightfoot and Friends". Gordie was great, but Harry stole the show. "30,000 pounds of bananas..."!

    Luglio 2009
  • strajnic

    Good man Harry!

    Maggio 2009
  • rangercpt

    WOLD!!!

    Maggio 2009
  • OsusieQ1

    30,000 LBS of bannanas rules!!

    Aprile 2009
  • PinKkFloyDd

    My father had tickets for the show that was scheduled a few weeks after the day Chapin died. Unfortunately he didn't hang onto them.

    Aprile 2009
  • bob_mullen84

    This song is brilliant! It'll be true for every generation always.

    Aprile 2009
  • jeddiedog

    I missed a chance to see Harry Chapin live a few months before he died - "I'll see him next time he tours". 28 years I've regretted that decision. Sometimes you don't get another chance to do something. His live albums are wonderful - must have been great nights.

    Aprile 2009
  • IRSARGE

    I love "Cat's in the Cradle"

    Aprile 2009
  • _deeperthewound

    If I could go back and see any artists live... Harry would be in my top 5 for sure.

    Marzo 2009
  • baumandm

    That's true. I picked up a used copy of Verities & Balderdash at a record store for $1.99. It was hidden under the counter in a pile of stuff nobody expected to sell.

    Febbraio 2009
  • Johnbrownlow82

    Some of his best songs are impossible to find now - She Is Always Seventeen, The Shortest Story, Love Is Just Another Word. Saw him live in Manchester years ago and he was great.

    Febbraio 2009
  • walkerpark

    One of the Best!

    Gennaio 2009
  • Metal_Filo

    The better men always go away too early.

    Dicembre 2008
  • Zodiac_Killer

    I sorely miss him..

    Dicembre 2008
  • cdpuckett

    One of the greatest writers/singers

    Novembre 2008
  • cassonia

    this man is amazing. i've loved him pretty much since birth. <33333333333 miss you harry.

    Novembre 2008
  • PinKkFloyDd

    Only about 300,000 plays. An injustice, really.

    Settembre 2008
  • CodeBlue08

    Jim Croce is such a good musician...

    Settembre 2008
  • PinKkFloyDd

    No IanCurtis, some are good. Especially Jim Croce.

    Settembre 2008
  • zoopmaster2000

    It sure must've been something. Just imagine . . . 30,000 pounds . . . of bananas

    Settembre 2008
  • IanCurtis13

    the similar artists are awful

    Luglio 2008