Top John Hartford Albums
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Backroads, Rivers & Memories: The Rare & Unreleased John Hartford
Backroads, Rivers & Memories: The Rare & Unreleased John Hartford
[2019]
John Hartford
John Hartford
[2015]
Good'le Days: Essential Recordings
Good'le Days: Essential Recordings
[2009]
Steam Powered Aereo-Takes
Steam Powered Aereo-Takes
[2002]
RCA Country Legends: John Hartford
RCA Country Legends: John Hartford
[2001]
Hamilton Ironworks
Hamilton Ironworks
[2001]
Gum Tree Canoe
Gum Tree Canoe
[2001]
Live from Mountain Stage
Live from Mountain Stage
[2000]
Live from Mountain Stage: John Hartford
Live from Mountain Stage: John Hartford
[2000]
Good Old Boys
Good Old Boys
[1999]
The Speed of the Old Long Bow
The Speed of the Old Long Bow
[1998]
Wild Hog in the Red Brush
Wild Hog in the Red Brush
[1996]
Live At College Station Pennsylvania
Live At College Station Pennsylvania
[1994]
Walls We Bounce Off Of
Walls We Bounce Off Of
[1994]
John Hartford: Me Oh My, How the Time Does Fly - A John Hartford Anthology
John Hartford: Me Oh My, How the Time Does Fly - A John Hartford Anthology
[1992]
Cadillac Rag
Cadillac Rag
[1992]
Goin Back to Dixie
Goin Back to Dixie
[1992]
Down on the River
Down on the River
[1989]
Me Oh My, How the Time Does Fly - A John Hartford Anthology
Me Oh My, How the Time Does Fly - A John Hartford Anthology
[1987]
Nobody Knows What You Do
Nobody Knows What You Do
[1976]
Morning Bugle
Morning Bugle
[1972]
Aereo-Plain
Aereo-Plain
[1971]
Gentle on My Mind and Other Originals By John Hartford
Gentle on My Mind and Other Originals By John Hartford
[1968]
Housing Project
Housing Project
[1968]
Earthwords & Music
Earthwords & Music
[1967]
Looks at Life
Looks at Life
[1967]
Related Information for John Hartford
John Cowan Hartford (December 30, 1937– June 4, 2001) was an American country and bluegrass composer and musician known for his mastery of the fiddle and banjo, as well as for his witty lyrics, unique vocal style, and extensive knowledge of Mississippi River lore. Hartford performed with a variety of ensembles throughout his career, and is perhaps best known for his solo performances where he would interchange the guitar, banjo, and fiddle from song to song. He also invented his own shuffle tap dance move, and clogged on an amplified piece of plywood while he played and sang.At the time of his death, Hartford was also working on the biography of the blind fiddler Ed Haley. Hartford's album Wild Hog in the Red Bush is a collection of Ha... read more