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Bidin' My Time

Chris Hillman

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1
Bells Of Rhymney
Chris Hillman
3:48
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Bidin’ My Time
Chris Hillman
2:59
3
Given All I Can See
Chris Hillman
3:02
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Different Rivers
Chris Hillman
3:11
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Here She Comes Again
Chris Hillman
2:31
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Walk Right Back
Chris Hillman
2:30
7
Such Is The World That We Live In
Chris Hillman
2:46
8
When I Get A Little Money
Chris Hillman
2:32
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She Don’t Care About Time
Chris Hillman
2:29
10
New Old John Robertson
Chris Hillman
1:49
11
Restless
Chris Hillman
2:34
12
Wildflowers
Chris Hillman
2:53
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    33:04
Founding member of the Byrds and several other respected bands, Chris Hillman presents his solo album Bidin' My Time, his first studio release in over a decade. Featuring an all-star cast of collaborators including David Crosby and Tom Petty, this album melds the classic vocal harmonies associated with Hillman and Crosby's past projects with folk, country, bluegrass, and rock, making for an album that is sure to please fans both old and new.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rounder Records Studio Masters

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