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Tim Rose/Love: A Kind of Hate Story


  • 1. It Takes a Little Longer
    2. Ode to an Odd Ball
    3. Boogie Boogie
    4. If I Were a Carpenter
    5. Boogie Boogie (Reprise)
    6. I Know These Two People
    7. Georgia by Morning
    8. Dim Light a Burning
    9. Symphony
    10. You Can't Stop Yourself
    11. Sad Song
    12. Cryin' Shame
    13. Hide Your Love Away
    14. Jamie Sue
    15. Cotton Growin' Man
    16. You Can't Keep Me
    17. I Gotta Get a Message to You
    18. Darlin You Were All That I Had
    19. Where Do You Go to My Lovely
    20. Goin Down in Hollywood
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 192

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    2 LPs on 1 CD: TIM ROSE (1970)/LOVE: A KIND OF HATE STORY (1972).
    In the '60s, most discerning music freaks had heard at least one Tim Rose song, either "Come Away Melinda" or the much-covered "Morning Dew." Some also knew that Jimi Hendrix had appropriated Tim's arrangement of "Hey Joe," but that was about it. Major commercial success was sadly to elude the gravel-throated Greenwich Village veteran despite his reputation as an explosive live performer. His first two albums, although well received by the critics, just did not do much business.
    The third and fourth albums, collected here, suffered a similar fate despite the impressive array of songs and musicians present. Rose wrote most of the material himself (the poignantly autobiographical "I Know These Two People" is a killer), but also gamely tackled songs written by other artists and came out on top. Just listen to his versions of "I Gotta Get A Message to You" and "If I Were A Carpenter." Rose also surprised those who believed "Where Do You Go To, My Lovely" to be the sole property of Peter Sarstedt. Yes, Tim Rose was responsible for much more than just two classics. Here's the proof!

  • Critic Reviews
    Q (3/00, p.124) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...compellingly captures the point where folk-rock meets hard rock..."
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