Hamilton Camp

hamilton campWhether performing solo or in a duo with Bob Gibson, Hamilton Camp served as one of the links between the Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger folk music of the '40s and the singer/songwriter school of Bob Dylan, Tom Paxton, and Phil Ochs in the '60s. Camp's tune "Pride of Man" was covered by Quicksilver Messenger Service in 1967, while the Camp/Gibson collaboration "Well, Well, Well" was recorded by Simon & Garfunkel on their debut album, Wednesday Morning, 3 AM, in 1966.

In the early '60s, Camp and Gibson played in clubs, coffeehouses, and festivals throughout the United States. Their most influential album, At the Gate of Horn, was recorded in 1961 at the famed Chicago folk club. When the duo separated, Camp continued to perform as a soloist. His debut solo album was a live recording at the same club in 1963, and his subsequent albums included Paths of Victory in 1964, which featured his original version of "Pride of Man" and renditions of seven Dylan tunes, including the rarely heard "Guess I'm Doin' Fine," "Walkin' Down the Line," "Long Time Gone," and the title track. Here's to You, released in 1967, was produced by Felix Pappalardi and featured musical accompaniment by Van Dyke Parks, Earl C. Palmer Jr., Bud Shank, Glen Hardin, Hal Blaine, and Larry Knechtel.

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Paths of Victory

  • Camp, Hamilton - Paths Of Victory

    Camp, Hamilton - Paths Of Victory

    1. Guess I'm Doin' Fine
    2. Girl from the North Country
    3. The Rubaiyat*
    4. Walkin' Down the Line
    5. A Satisfied Mind
    6. Pride of Man*
    7. Get Together*
    8. Innisfree*
    9. Long Time Gone
    10. Only a Hobo
    11. Irish Poems*
    12. Tomorrow Is a Long Time
    13. Paths of Victory

     

Buried Treasure: Lost Gems from Deep in the '60s Vaults

Buried Treasure: Lost Gems from Deep in the '60s Vaults

This Wheel's On Fire

(2001 - 2xCD compilation)
Rarities from the Warner Bros. family of labels. Also includes 2 versions of One Too Many Mornings:  The Association and The Beau Brummels.

Single 45

Single 45

This Wheel's On Fire

also on Buried Treasure: Lost Gems from Deep in the '60s Vaults

Welcome to Hamilton Camp

Welcome to Hamilton Camp

I Shall Be Released

1969

Paul Sills’ Story Theatre [Original Cast Recording]

Paul Sills’ Story Theatre [Original Cast Recording]

I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
Dear Landlord

1970 Songs are performed with verses intermixed with dialogue from the play

Sweet Joy

Sweet Joy

Ring Them Bells

2005

 

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