Hardin & York

Hardin & York were an English blues-rock/soul duo comprised of drummer Pete York and keyboardist/singer Eddie Hardin. The former had been a long-serving member of the Spencer Davis Group, which the latter joined as Steve Winwood’s replacement in 1967. The pair released two albums on Bell in 1969 and 1970, followed by two further titles on Decca and Vertigo between 1971 and 1974. Reunions occurred amid Hardin’s activities as a sessioner during the subsequent two decades.

Members: Eddie Hardin (vocals, keyboards, piano, organ, synthesizer), Pete York (drums, percussion)

  • Tomorrow Today (1969)
  • World’s Smallest Big Band (1970)
  • For the World (1971)
  • Hardin & York with Charlie McCracken (1974)
  • Hardin & New York (1981)

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