The late Harry Chapin was one of the finest storytellers in rock and folk. On "The Road to Kingdom Come," (1976) his sixth studio album, Harry infused a little more pop and rock into his sound compared to his now well established stripped down aesthetic. While the album was one of his least commercially successful, it remains one of his strongest collections. "The Mayor of Candor Lied," "Corey's Coming," "Laugh Man," "Caroline" and the Phil Ochs dedication, "The Parade's Still Passing By."
On The Road To Kingdom Come
The Parade's Still Passing By
The Mayor Of Candor Lied
If My Mary Were Here
Fall In Love With Him
Roll Down The River
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