Dalton's second album, In My Own Time (1971), was recorded at Bearsville Studios and originally released by Woodstock Festival promoter Michael Lang's label, Just Sunshine Records. The album was produced and arranged by Harvey Brooks, who played bass on it. Piano player Richard Bell guested on In My Own Time. Its liner notes were written by Fred Neil and its cover photos were taken by Elliott Landy
Some find Karen Dalton's voice difficult to listen to, and despite the Billie Holiday comparisons, it is rougher going than Lady Day. But Dalton's vocals aren't that hard to take, and they are expressive; like Buffy Sainte-Marie, it just does take some getting used to because of their unconventional timbre.
It Hurts Me Too. Karen Dalton. Album It's So Hard to Tell Who's Going to Love You the Best. It Hurts Me Too Lyrics. I love you baby Ain't gonna lie Without you darling I can't be satisfied If things are going wrong for you You know it hurts me too. Run here baby Put your hands on mine I've got something to tell you, darling I wanna change your mind If things are going wrong for you You know it hurts me too Hurts me too. I love you baby Ain't gonna lie Without you darling I can't be satisfied If things are going wrong for you You know it hurts me too You know.
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For a time, Karen Dalton was all but a tall tale of the folk era, a singer so tragic and beautiful that she seemed unreal. By the time Serge Gainsbourg met and fell in love with the British actress Jane Birkin in 1968, he had already been the poet laureate of French song for a decade, from his early jazz- and Latin-influenced records through the yé-yé boom of the mid-’60s. In that time, Gainsbourg had positioned himself as a somber playboy, known for duets and collaborations in which his brooding demeanor came crashing up against the sensuality of his female counterparts.
Other productions from Karen Dalton. It's So Hard to Tell Who's Going to Love You the Best. The Hound Chronicles. Year of the Dog. Wolfstone.
Besides Dalton’s mesmerising vocal performance, it benefits greatly from Bobby Notkoff’s electric violin, lending it the peculiarly eerie quality he likewise achieved on Neil Young’s ‘Running Dry (Requiem For The Rockets’ on Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere. It is a haunted masterpiece. But overall, the raw minimalism of her first outing is more sympathetic to her gruelling performances, steering clear of glaring misjudgements like ‘How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You’ and the perfunctory professionalism of the session musicians’ performances. Elsewhere the influence of Fred Neil is most obvious, although it’s entirely possible Neil had been first rapt with Dalton’s pained voice and mimicked her style. Perhaps Tim Buckley is to Fred Neil as Neil is to Karen Dalton?
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