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'''''Mr. Tanner''''' is a [[Harry Chapin]] song released on ''[[Short Stories (album)|Short Stories]]''.  Mr. Tanner was based on a New York Times review of a performance by Martin Tubridy (note: the name is often misspelled Turbidy). There were actually two reviews published in the New York Times, the first on [[March 28]], [[1971]] and the second on [[February 17]], [[1972]].  Mr. Tanner became a concert staple with [[John Wallace]] singing the part of Mr. Tanner. At solo concerts, Harry would often bring audience members on the stage to sing Big John's part solo.  
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'''''Mr. Tanner''''' is a [[Harry Chapin]] song released on ''[[Short Stories (album)|Short Stories]]''.  Mr. Tanner was based on a New York Times review of a performance by Martin Tubridy (note: the name is often misspelled Turbidy). There were actually two reviews published in the New York Times, the first on [[March 28]], [[1971]] and the second on [[February 17]], [[1972]].<ref>
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  Mr. Tanner became a concert staple with [[John Wallace]] singing the part of Mr. Tanner. At solo concerts, Harry would often bring audience members on the stage to sing Big John's part solo.  
  
 
== Releases==
 
== Releases==
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==Reviews==
 
==Reviews==
 
[http://epublishersweekly.blogspot.com/2009/04/art-for-our-sake-from-harry-chapin-to.html Epublishers Weekly: ''Art for Our Sake: From Harry Chapin to Susan Boyle'' - April 18, 2009]
 
[http://epublishersweekly.blogspot.com/2009/04/art-for-our-sake-from-harry-chapin-to.html Epublishers Weekly: ''Art for Our Sake: From Harry Chapin to Susan Boyle'' - April 18, 2009]
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== References ==
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==External links==
 
==External links==

Revision as of 23:03, 13 March 2011

Mr. Tanner is a Harry Chapin song released on Short Stories. Mr. Tanner was based on a New York Times review of a performance by Martin Tubridy (note: the name is often misspelled Turbidy). There were actually two reviews published in the New York Times, the first on March 28, 1971 and the second on February 17, 1972.<ref> "Tubridy Makes Song Debut". New York Times. March 28, 1971. Archived on 2003-12-23. Template:Citation error. Retrieved 2011-03-13

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 Mr. Tanner became a concert staple with John Wallace singing the part of Mr. Tanner. At solo concerts, Harry would often bring audience members on the stage to sing Big John's part solo. 

Releases

First release

Live releases

Anthologies

Videos

Various artist anthologies

  • The Singers and Songwriters Collection (1973-1975) (1991) - Time-Life (CD)

Covers

Video performance

Tom Chapin and Timothy Breese Robin Eve at Wild About Harry Concert 2009

Reviews

Epublishers Weekly: Art for Our Sake: From Harry Chapin to Susan Boyle - April 18, 2009

References


External links