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|live album by Greg Brown (with Dick Pinney)|
|Label||Mountain Railroad Records (MR-52774)|
|Greg Brown (with Dick Pinney) chronology|
Hacklebarney is a 1974 LP by singer-songwriters Greg Brown and Dick Pinney, recorded live at Charlotte's Web, Rockford, Illinois, in February 1974. It was released on the Mountain Railroad Records label. It is out of print.
- "My Pa, He Came Home as Quiet as the Evening" (Brown)
- "Hacklebarney" (not to be confused with "Hacklebarney Tune") (Brown)
- "On New Year's Day" (Brown)
- "Bad Roads in Spring" (Brown)
- "The Last Shepherd" (Brown)
- "Tornado" (Brown)
- "Dicker" (Pinney)
- "One Restless Woman" (Brown)
- "Even Ozzie and Harriet Get the Blues" (Pinney)
- "Walk Me 'round Your Garden" (Pinney)
- "Driftin'" (Pinney/Brown)
- "How Black the Fields" (Brown)
- Richard Pinney interview. Accessed Jun 2008.
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