- Title:The Yard Went On Forever...
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The Yard Went On Forever (1968). The Richard Harris Love Album (1970). Album liner notes for "Richard Harris – the Webb Sessions 1968–1969".
Redirected from The Yard Went on Forever). The Yard Went On Forever is the second album by Richard Harris, released in 1968 by Dunhill Records (DS-50042). The album was written, arranged, and produced by Jimmy Webb. Album track "Lucky Me" was described in the magazine as "a shimmering ge.
singer Richard Harris and this song is one of the most haunting ones from the LP, singing about natural disasters and tragedies of war. The music arrangement is splendid. which fits the voice very much.
Dunhill Compact Classics 50042.
Richard Harris was an Irish actor. Born in Limerick, Ireland, Harris moved to London to study at the London Academy of Music of Dramatic Arts, before becoming a struggling stage actor, finally making his film debut in 1958. Five years later, he received his first Oscar nomination. Camelot (film soundtrack) MacArthur Park A Tramp Shining The Yard Went On Forever The Richard Harris Love Album My Boy Slides His Greatest Performances Tommy Mack the Knife (film soundtrack). Richard Harris was an Irish actor.
Richard Harris was an Irish actor, singer, director, producer and writer. This biography provides detailed information on his childhood, life, works, achievements & timeline. He was diagnosed with Hodgkin's disease in 2002. Some of his albums are: ‘The Yard Went On Forever (1968)’, ‘The Richard Harris Love Album (1972)’, ‘Jonathan Livingston Seagull (1973)’, ‘Mack The Knife (1989)’. Top. Richard Harris Movies. This Sporting Life (1963). Il deserto rosso (1964).
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|A1||The Yard Went On Forever||5:43|
|B1||The Hymns From Grand Terrace||9:07|
|B4||That's The Way It Was||3:00|
- Printed By – Ernest J. Day & Co. Ltd.
- Arranged By, Piano – Jimmy Webb
- Bass – Joe Osborn
- Engineer – Armin Steiner, William F. Williams
- Flute – Skip Mosher
- French Horn – Art Maebe, David Duke, George Price, Bill Henshaw*
- Guitar [Lead] – Mike Deasy
- Guitar [Rhythm] – Fred Tackett, Lance Wakely
- Harpsichord, Organ, Keyboards – Larry Knechtel
- Percussion – Hal Blaine
- Producer – Jimmy Webb
- Strings – Sid Sharp*
- Timpani – Gary Coleman, Milt Holland
- Trombone – Frank Rossalino*, Lou Blackburn
- Trumpet – Bud Brisboy*, Fred Tackett, Jules Chaikin
NotesFlipbacks on inner gatefold, laminated on outside.
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|DS-50042, 50042-S||Richard Harris||The Yard Went On Forever... (LP, Album, Gat)||Dunhill, Dunhill||DS-50042, 50042-S||US||1968|