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Tim Morgon's Greatest Hits

by Tim Morgon

These are studio cuts made between 1970 and 1982. Most of the songs were performed on stage. A couple of the cuts were made from old tapes or vinyls that had been damaged, but our techs did their best to make them sound like the originals.
Genre: Country: Country Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Over Wired
2:42 album only
2. Destination
3:11 album only
3. Last Train Out
3:04 album only
4. For All We Know
2:50 album only
5. Country Guitar Picker's
2:53 album only
6. Don't Look At Me
2:59 album only
7. It Won't Hurt To Try It
2:04 album only
8. There Was A Time
2:24 album only
9. This Is Where I Came In
3:12 album only
10. For Old Times Sake
2:32 album only
11. Nashville Lady
2:35 album only
12. Take A Look Around
2:54 album only
13. Lady Of The Harbor
3:00 album only


Album Notes
Here is the only album that Tim Morgon recorded in studios. They range from the early 1970s to 1982. His following in the Southern Calif. area will be familiar with these songs, and he is picking up new fans along the way. A couple of the tracks are from old tapes/ vinyls that were somewhat damaged, but the techs did their best to restore them to the original sound. In fact, two of Tim's favorites were completely destroyed or lost, but we are still looking for them. But as one old fan of Tim Morgon said, "Most of us are so old, we can't hear that well anyway". But the response so far has been great not only from old fans but new ones too. Contact Tim at tmorgon@aol.com



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peter reed

take a look around
hi guys its took about 30 years for me to find this song from first hearing it on an alias smith and jones.
its been well worth it and tim had the courtesy to answer my email to him.
just shows theres still some good guys out there.god bless
pete reed

pamela gregson

take a look around
hi there Tim at last I have found the man that sings take a look around! I first came across it on the devils hole gang episode of alias smith and jones,I wondered now who sings that, well now I know! and its a free download wow! (so it said on my computor) thankyou tim for such a beutiful song that so much reminds me of the late pete duel when you sing it! I hope you can email me, I may go out for the full CD. pamela G Britain.

Elizabeth S

Great performer. Great CD
I am so greatful for the opportunity to enjoy the singing of this incredible performer on a quality CD.
With each song Tim Morgon sings I am in that song and I am living that story.

Elizabeth S.

Rico Lozano

Rich..I think the tune you're thinking of was, "DON'T LOOK AT ME"...and you're right..it was recorded as a single in the seventies...thanks for not dissing the music tracks on OVERWIRED(but don't be too hard on Mike and Nick Campbell..I think it was their first attempt at songwriting)...I always liked the sound of my drums on that tune...unfortunately they never quite meshed with what was going on with the rest of the arrangement(oops...my bad)...but mainly,thanks for appreciating Tim's talent...

peter reed

nice and easy
hi again and firstly best wishes to tim and you all for 2010. just adding on from my previous review. tims greatest hits cd continues to remain of my all time favourites. i listen to it often after my night shift whilst travelling home, it always relaxes me and helps me unwind, and i truly never get bored of it, like you do with so many songs. i now have grown to love the entire album and not just take a look around, which is the song i souht for so many years. im not a prude either i love artists like led zeppelin, wishbone ash, and modern stuff like the black eyed peas, but theres something special about toms songs. so thanx for them all tim, and take good care of yourself. god bless, from pete reed

Rich A.

I am giving this collection five stars though the recording of "For All We Know" is terribly flawed, as a recording. "Over Wired," the lyrics, that is, are awful, but the music is very good.

But the rest of it is just sterling! "Take a Look Around" is easily the best recording with "This is Where I Came In" a very close second. These are pristine recordings, as are all of the others. The only two flawed recordings are those mentioned above, "For All We Know," and "Over Wired," though the recording itself as a recording is a very clear recording; it's only the lyric that is terrible.

"Last Train Out" is a song I remember Tim singing at the Pasadena Ice House. A great great recording.

For all of you old Morgon fans, this is a "must have" collection. I noticed though, after receiving it, that Tim Morgon left off a recording that I remember hearing much of in the mid to late 60s at the Glendale Ice House...a song titled, "You'll Be Sorry," but can remember little else of it except that he sang it on television a few times about '66-'67.

If anyone, including Tim, remembers anything about this recording, that is, if there is a copy of it or even who wrote the song, please let me know.

Also noticed at eBay Tim Morgon's movie, "Dirty Feet," is out now, filmed on location in 1965!

Maybe Tim will have another collection someday with "You'll Be Sorry" on it? I seem to remember other recordings not included on Tim Morgon's Greatest Hits that came out now and then during the 70s that he sold to fans at the Pasadena Ice House? One title was something like "Don't Tell Me I Lie" I think, or something like that???

Rich Anton at Classmates.Com (John Burroughs High, Class of '68)

Connie S

Great CD!
I like the variety of songs on this CD. The way Tim Morgon sings them makes you feel the emotions he's singing about. I sort of missed the comeraderie and reaction of a live audience but the songs themselves were great!