Splinter – Harder To Live (1975/2022) [FLAC 24bit/44,1kHz]

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Splinter – Harder To Live (1975/2022)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/44,1 kHz | Time – 37:00 minutes | 421 MBGenre: Rock
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download | Front Cover | © BMG Rights Management (US) LLC

George Harrison’s legendary record label Dark Horse Records releases a brand new remaster of English two-man vocal group Splinter’s 1975 release Harder To Live.
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Splinter – Harder To Live (1975/2022)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/44,1 kHz | Time – 37:00 minutes | 421 MBGenre: Rock
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download | Front Cover | © BMG Rights Management (US) LLC

George Harrison’s legendary record label Dark Horse Records releases a brand new remaster of English two-man vocal group Splinter’s 1975 release Harder To Live.

Splinter’s second release on Dark Horse had a lot less involvement from George Harrison, which is felt throughout the album. This means that the album is not as strong as their debut (1974’s The Place I Love), but it is still a very good album. Splinter is comprised of Bill Elliot and Bobby Purvis, both vocalists, who create a beautiful harmony together. They also managed to form a tight, talented, and famous backup band, arranged by the ever-talented Tom Scott (who also contributes musically). Included in the band is Chris Spedding providing strong guitar, and Harrison, who contributes production and guitar (under the name Hari Georgeson) to the wonderful and moving “Lonely Man,” which was also the theme to Harrison’s first venture into film producing, Little Malcom and His Struggle Against the Eunuchs. It is also co-written by Mal Evans and is by far the strongest track on the album. Other highlights include the beautiful “Green Line Bus” and “Berkley House Hotel,” which harkens back to the folk sound of their debut. The music on the album drifts between easy listening pop/rock to folk, but never focuses on one distinct sound. This makes for an uneven listening experience, but the highlights far outweigh the low points. – Aaron Badgley

Tracklist:

1-1. Splinter – Please Help Me (2022 Remaster) (02:40)
1-2. Splinter – Sixty Miles Too Far (2022 Remaster) (04:07)
1-3. Splinter – Harder To Live (2022 Remaster) (03:23)
1-4. Splinter – Half Way There (2022 Remaster) (02:59)
1-5. Splinter – Which Way Will I Get Home (2022 Rema

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