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Posted by John Braun on Aug 28th, 2013 at 4:44pm EST.

Any idea on where to get the guitar tab for the Grasshopper Song? My kids LOVE that song and I want to play it.


Posted by Fakefoot on Nov 5th, 2012 at 8:30pm EST.

Oh, I am still such a fan. A close friend of mine had a recording from the radio of their 1994 Wheaton college performance that we put onto cd many years ago. We went to Grand Rapids, mi many times at Calvin college and downtown to see them perform. Oh plenty of stories, but the best is when we traveled across Michigan's upper peninsula, we had no tapes, just our voices, and I am pretty sure we covered H & F all the way home.


Posted by Ben Holt on Jun 21st, 2012 at 10:25pm EST.

In the 90's, I was on my way to a H&F show. I didn't go to many concerts as a teen, but my friends dragged me to this one.

We got in a car accident on the way up, the car was pretty wrecked and ambulances arrived.

Guess I missed a good show :)


Posted by Benjamin on Dec 27th, 2011 at 3:03pm EST.

Good News, Everyone!

I have installed reCAPTCHA on this forum page now, so there will (hopefully) be NO MORE SPAM! Hooray!

Elisabeth, thanks for the post. I don't have Holding Out for Holden transcribed, but I'll let you know if I hear anything. Also, if you are able to transcribe it, email it to me, and maybe I'll even post it to the site!

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
~ben


Posted by elisabeth on Dec 22nd, 2011 at 12:27pm EST.

trying to transcribe "holding out for holden" does anyone already have this?


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Posted by Just a Girl on Oct 16th, 2011 at 1:01pm EST.

I have never seen H&F together as a duo ( but Blue Sky Morning , Stop and Stare, Worn Out Welcome, Hand Draws Flowers are just Steller and I play these songs from the early days at least weekly ) I got the pleasure of hearing Jason play just before he went to NYC and several times thereafter. Jason is not only an amazing singer, songwriter but probably the most amazing soul I've ever met and changed my life. Whenever I feel like I can't hold myself together in this sometimes cruel and ugly world, I put him on and I suddenly realize... things aren't so bad. He is Truly the most sincere, honest and life/soul changing person that haunts my soul ( in a good way). I can only wish I knew him back in the 90's and hope to someday get to know him better. Until then, " I will stand alone" no matter who I may be "with".
~Anonymous


Posted by Taylor Flannagan on Aug 14th, 2011 at 7:05pm EST.

I saw them at Covenant College in Chattanooga.....i think 1995. I am still not sure ..I have ever been the same. Funny how things change you forever..without even trying to look for it.


Posted by Tom on Jul 4th, 2011 at 8:50am EST.

I heard them at Club Passim in Cambridge in 2000 and my jaw dropped. I was very into the folk scene most of which was about longing and angst. These two were different. Their songs were intensely intimate and sincere without the bitterness. Have never found a group like them since. As much as I wished they had stayed together, I understand need to move on. I feel luck to have seen them live several times.


Posted by Robin Lovell on Feb 8th, 2011 at 9:16pm EST.

I heard from my father that Lion Song was written about Jason's good friends (or 'lions'), Meg and Bruce Herman, who provided for him a home or 'jungle' to stay in for a while. I believe the song promotes optimism and hope for the couple, as they promoted the same for him.
Not totally sure; sorry if I'm wrong.


Posted by H&F Fan on Jan 20th, 2011 at 5:45pm EST.

Fubgraignrirl -- we're here to talk about H&F, the best duo that too few people know about. Please spare us the religious nonsense.


Posted by David Jennings on Jun 21st, 2010 at 10:58am EST.

Ben... that's awesome. I had a feeling it might be a first viewing for some folks. As far as the set list goes, the order of the songs on the source video (which "beensaved" posted below a while back) does not seem to follow the order of the songs as they were played live that evening. In between nearly each of them is usually two to three minutes or so of interview footage with Brian and Jason, so I believe the producers of the video elected to chop it up and reformat it to give it a kind of overall flow.
I believe the first set that night ended with "Aunt Jo..." and that "Moment..." and "She Reminds Me" were played as an encore, though. Beyond that... I guess it'll be like a Choose Your Own Adventure novel. :)


Posted by Benjamin on Jun 21st, 2010 at 7:44am EST.

David!

God bless you! This is INCREDIBLE. My first time ever actually seeing them perform. Looks like quite a well-produced show.

Do you have a set list or something? I'd love to watch them in order.

Thanks!!
~ben


Posted by David Jennings on Jun 21st, 2010 at 4:57am EST.

Hello Everyone...
Just thought I'd give a heads-up to anyone interested that I've finally gotten around to converting the "Familiar Places" show, recorded live at Wheaton College in the fall of '94, from VHS to MP4, and I've been uploading the songs to YouTube over the course of the past few days. Searching for "Harrod and Funck" should take you to them directly.
Hope this leads to some fun reminiscing for some of you, and perhaps a first viewing for others, as well.
Blessings,
Dave J


Posted by Cam Williams on May 12th, 2010 at 7:32pm EST.

I'm excited to see there's a forum on H&F, and Jason's continuing work. I'd like to second all the folks who mentioned H&F as their musical inspiration. I've never been caught up in music quite like theirs.

Dave J. - glad to see you with a post above - thanks for showing me some H&F licks back in the day.

I've got several bootlegs of H&F and converted some to MP3. One that I lost was the radio version of the 1994 concert in Studio C Wheaton with Bob the Whale. Anybody else still remember Baby on the Way? I had a friend who worked at the station hunt for the master of the soundtrack in 2001, and he found the casing, but the tape had been swapped out for another. Wonder if that was Dave H., who also played in that concert? That master was studio quality and could easily be made into another very good live CD (my speculation). Just want to throw that idea out there...

Maybe we can get some H&F songs on a remake of The Graduate? :)

Blessings,
Cam


Posted by tom on Nov 15th, 2009 at 11:19am EST.

My attempt at transcribing "Marked Man" ... can anyone help edit?

Hugging my knees close, checking my pulse
Preparing for a deep freeze
So long I've been a marked man
Won't you celebrate this feast with me?

I'll rise from the ruins of a burned out building
by a fallen and a splintered tree
rim of the canyon like the mouth of God
Won't you celebrate this feast with me?
The hour is late with apology.

Fear it left no trace
Then the aftertaste is laced with honey sweet
Only bitter

Soul set free from a flesh that heaves
under pull of gravity
Flies in the face of a marked man
Won't you celebrate this mystery?

Wilderness under cover of tree
Sowing dead leaves
blue pebble planet like the eye of God
Won't you celebrate this mystery?
The hour is late with apology

Fear it left no trace
Disability as wide as a galaxy
Only farther.

Back through time like pruning the vine
clearing out old debris
the charge of a marked man
Won't you celebrate this mystery?

Trust of a child so meek and wild
Mercy will pull me
Dead man's grip like the fist of God
Won't you celebrate this mystery?
The hour is late with apology

Fear it left no trace
Cup is rising up like the waves on a swollen sea
only higher


Posted by Ryan on Sep 20th, 2009 at 6:48am EST.

I think stop and stare has to be one of the best songs one could listen to on a crisp autumn morning no matter the locale!


Posted by Forrest Walker on Jan 19th, 2009 at 4:16pm EST.

I am really trying to get a copy of the song "Holding out for Holden". Is there anyone out there that could send me an MP3?


Posted by luteragzfer on Nov 28th, 2008 at 12:58pm EST.

Mike Mossberg, I know you reading this forum, please contact me, because I can't find your contact details.


Posted by Steve Anderson on Nov 13th, 2008 at 12:27pm EST.

Does anyone know the original meaning and context of Lion Song and Something? I love those songs and have interpreted them in my own way, but have always been curious what the songwriters were thinking.


Posted by John P. on Nov 6th, 2008 at 12:13pm EST.

Jason just played here in Montgomery, AL at a house concert, and it was spectacular. I had a little piece of paper in my hand during the whole concert so that I could shout out requests if Jason ever found himself at a loss for what song to play, and nearly all my favourites were done. Hearing "Tidewater" made me flash back to the good ol' days in Boston, which now seems like an age ago. BTW Jason, if you're reading this, I tried to sign up for your mailing list on your website, but I got "Error 500 - Internal server error." I tried a couple of times.


Posted by Rich Dudley on Aug 20th, 2008 at 2:01pm EST.

I see my good friend Chris has posted here as well. Another couple of hidden gems can be found on a Weathervane Music sampler CD. In particular the studio version of "Come Clean" on this album is outstanding. I believe the other H&F offering on the album was "Lifeline", with Jason as lead vocalist. I just moved and have this cd packed away in a box. When I come across it I will see if I can share these songs for those interested.

I would love to have any and all of the hard to find recordings that are floating around - for those willing to share!


Posted by Chris Peterson on Jun 11th, 2008 at 11:19pm EST.

Paul,
In this digital age, H&F cd's are becoming quite scarce....sadly. I'm protecting mine like they're forged from gold! All 3 albums are available on iTunes for $10 each, but I did manage to find some actual used cd's on Amazon (for more than $10). If you live close to Chicago, there might still be new copies available at the Wheaton College bookstore. The bookstore no longer has them listed online however. I'd call first. :)


Posted by Paul on Jun 11th, 2008 at 10:54am EST.

Hey,

I've worn out my tape copy of Harrod and Funck (a gift in 1999) and I'm wondering if anyone could lead me to a place where to purchase any H&F albums on CD (records?).

Few musicians have moved me like Harrod and Funck. Amazing.


Posted by elisabeth on May 26th, 2008 at 5:22pm EST.

ben! thank you so much for the beautiful recording. it was sort of like revisiting the old hand of a friend that had been lost in the weeds somewhere.
i was introduced to H&F during my romp at gordon college. i miss seeing them perform and was so happy to hear a "new" recording of my favorite song.
with joy,
elisabeth


Posted by elisabeth on May 21st, 2008 at 4:58pm EST.

does anyone know where i can get a copy of "Holding out for Holden"? i have an old bootleg from college (1990 something) but i would love a new clean one.
joy!
elisabeth


Posted by Andrew Winson on Mar 29th, 2008 at 10:09pm EST.

iTunes happened to bring up Wind In The Net just moments after I learned my grandmother has died. Appropriate and sad beyond words. Good night.


Posted by DJ Cram on Jan 7th, 2008 at 10:05pm EST.

Just want to say thanks. My sister and I have been looking for these guys since the early 90s when we purchased their solo album and never found much. They seemed to have dropped off the face of the planet. I still listen to it, which probably says a lot considering my wide musical interests and love for music in general. Looking forward to learning some of these!


--Dereck J.Cram, Michigan


Posted by Benjamin on Dec 18th, 2007 at 3:27pm EST.

Hi Everyone.

The site is back up! Sorry for the down time. I had to switch hosting services. Hopefully you don't even know what I'm talking about!

Merry Christmas,
~ben


Posted by Jason E. on Nov 2nd, 2007 at 10:36pm EST.

Not sure if this is news or not, but just noticed that LIVE and DREAMS OF THE COLOR BLIND are available on iTunes.

Sweet freaking river.


Posted by N8 on Nov 2nd, 2007 at 5:15pm EST.

I'm planning on seeing the new film "Into The Wild" this weekend, and I keep singing H&F's "Walk Into The Wild." So poetic. I like Eddie Vedder, but I think they should have included this gem from H&F in the film rather than use an entire soundtrack by Vedder. Has anyone else seen the film?


By the way, as a Kentucky college student 10 years ago, I have 2 humorous memories of traveling to H&F shows: 1 involving 4 guys cramped into a hatchback driving 6 hours along an icy road to Chicago to hear a great sound in an old wood-floor church; another time I attempted hitchhiking from Nashville to Covenant College (Lookout Mountain, GA) to try to catch a show, but had to give up after a few hours and ended up taking a bus and missed the show, but I still got to meet up with my friend and hear all about how great it was, which didn't help. Thanks to some of you, Josh, Matt, Ben, who have provided a digital way for me to make up missing that concert.

I hope someday Brian F. and Jason H. decide they want to make amends and get some extra $ to send their kids to college and they have a reunion tour. There is plenty of fan base ready and a whole new generation that have heard the recorded versions but are waiting for their 1st opportunity to see them live... since CDs and mp3s will never do that experience justice.


Posted by KBell on Sep 26th, 2007 at 10:24am EST.

So many memories... I attended Wheaton '93-97. As a high school senior, I visited Wheaton during a weekend where Jason and Brian were there to play. It was there in that packed coffee house that I fell in love with a band and a school. The mood was both reverent and sensual at the same time. I felt like I had come home. I was moved by the sparkling honesty of H+F's lyrics. They had a way of making you wish that you had known them and yet feeling at the same time that you did. Their music captured an acute longing for eternity, the tension of being almost there but not yet, faith without fear or pretension, and a wonderful balance of truth and grace. Jason and Brian, if you are reading this, thank you.


Posted by Tom McC on Aug 16th, 2007 at 12:10am EST.

I brought out my cds to rip onto itunes and blasted back into the past... My friend went to Wheaton so I was able to get all the great music back in the day. Harrod and funk i have... Hughes and wagner and I have ..the Whipple Tree. I know mu buddy had _ton Bundle on tape.. Are you guys ther? We need that on CD!Good stuff. Rock on!
TOm


Posted by BenHoak on Aug 3rd, 2007 at 12:38am EST.

Love that people are still talking about Harrod and Funck. Got to enjoy their music through friends in the Boston area and was fortunate to be at Club Passim for the release party for their second cd. Loved it and still do. I've got all three cds, so I'm checking out these bootlegs you guys have mentioned. New (to me) Harrod and Funck? It's a good day.


Posted by Chris Peterson on Aug 1st, 2007 at 3:55pm EST.

The Wheaton College (IL) bookstore still has copies of all 3 of their albums for sale for $14 each.


Posted by Jason on Jun 23rd, 2007 at 12:19am EST.

Help! Anyone know where there are copies of Live and Dreams of the Color Blind still available for purchase?

Both were stolen during a robbery in our minivan when my family moved here to Colorado. I'm dying for both.


Posted by Benjamin on May 27th, 2007 at 1:22am EST.

Sounds good, Jason. Except...I don't have any way of contacting you! You can email me if you don't want to post your address on here (:


Posted by Jason English on May 26th, 2007 at 11:08pm EST.

This site is a savior, especially the link out to the bootlegs below. My live cd was stolen 4 years ago during a burglary and i cannot find a replacement copy. The live shows are unreal.

Benjamin, I do have some old bootlegs, on cassettes of live shows, demos, etc. Quality is average...would love to discuss a trade of some sort if you have more stuff than what is posted at josh's site.


Posted by Long time fan on Apr 20th, 2007 at 11:06pm EST.

Anyone have a bootleg or other live recording of Model Waif? One of the best, but hard to find a live version.


Posted by Karl on Mar 26th, 2007 at 1:22pm EST.

I was at Wheaton from '89-'93 and remember hearing Jason and Brian play coffee houses in the old Stupe and elsewhere. I really didn't get into their music in a big way until after graduating, when it became strongly associated with nostalgia for that great time in my life, and I also began to realize that they were several cuts above the usual campus band scene both lyrically and musically. Still play them frequently, although my CD of Dreams of the Color Blind now has a scratch and am wondering whether I'll be able to find a new one.


Posted by nick scoville on Feb 16th, 2007 at 1:55pm EST.

Im lookin for the tablature to H&F's - come clean. Cant seem to find it on the web. If you decide to tab it out plz send it to my e-mail. If anyone responds, thank you in advance!


Posted by Rebecca A. on Jan 16th, 2007 at 12:56pm EST.

I was truly blessed to be able to see Jason Harrod play at Club Passim this past weekend. Not only was it great to have part of H&F back in Boston, but this was my first time seeing Harrod play live solo, and he was amazing. I said to my sister as we left that I really felt like my soul had been mininistered to that night. Thanks, Jason, and to Brian, for giving of yourselves so freely so that others may draw ever closer to God.


Posted by Bill Lynerd on Nov 11th, 2006 at 12:11pm EST.

My son and daughter-in-law (Helen Joy Bechtle, who was at Wheaton with Brian and Jason) introduced me to the "Live" cd a couple of years ago. I've almost worn it out. What major loss for me and others who never got to hear them in person.

Bill Lynerd


Posted by Adam Twa on Jul 26th, 2006 at 10:38am EST.

Stoked to find this board and people who appreciate H&F as much as I do.

I too was blessed to be at the 'Live' recording, and also in the front row, but of to stage left! However, I must apologize for being "that guy" who mildy inappropriately "woooed" at the end of 'Grasshopper'. Sad, when that is my claim to fame!

Anyway, let's all do our part to encourage H&F to re-pursue a constant collaboration, as I believe it would be well rewarded.

Hope all is well with all-


Posted by Matthew Saul on Jul 8th, 2006 at 10:12pm EST.

This is a great site! I've been into Harrod & Funck since my college days. I stumbled upon the site looking for lyrics to Ashes.


Posted by Cambodoug on Jun 1st, 2006 at 5:21am EST.

My wife and I live in Cambodia, where mosquitoes bite often and the sun beats down as hard as the rain.

I am a sappy nostalgic when it comes to Harrod and Funck. Jason indirectly got me into playing guitar--with nowhere near the results. I still remember sitting under a keyboard stand in the packed downstairs coffee house of MSC listening to the best mix of deep poetry, blended acoustic guitar, and harmony I\'ve ever heard to this day. Okay, I\'ll shut up. Too much gushy sentiment...

But, I will say that I popped in an old mix tape on the road in rural Cambo today. The Lion Song came on. It\'s been a rough few weeks working here, but \"see the line of blue on blue\" and \"beneath you run some fleeter feet\" caught me off-guard and made me cry. Thankful that God rocks. Cause I sure don\'t.

Thanks to those guys for lyrics like those and many more that sneak through the backdoor of my sometimes too-hardened heart...


Posted by TBell on May 18th, 2006 at 7:05am EST.

Nice to see some interest in Harrod and Funck out there. I attended Wheaton starting in 89 and played in a # of music groups while I was there including the Gadflys, which these guys(or Jason solo-not sure)covered. Jason joined a band I was in (I believe we were called Soul Cages at the time)but we were doing more classic rock/blues stuff then and didn\'t feel like Jason\'s style worked so we kinda gave him the boot. Pretty funny now as he has garnered substantially more critial acclaim and seems to have a bit of a cult following. I admire him for still trying to live the dream, as he should...he is a marvelous talent and a nice guy to boot.
Anyone that has kept up w/ Brian Funck should give us an update as well. Would love to know what he\'s up to these days. Maybe we can get them back together one of these days.


Posted by Josh A on Apr 4th, 2006 at 3:55pm EST.

Awesome site, awesome duo, awesome music...

I've been thrilled to find out that there are some recorded concerts that captured some live H&F that I didn't have.Since these aren't available for commercial release, I'm hosting them at:

http://www.personal.psu.edu/jda5022/harrodandfunck.htm

I won't be able to host long-term, but it's up for a bit.

If you have any more that you'd like to share, I would Love to hear it and would be happy to host it while I can.

Best!


Posted by Gryfalia on Apr 3rd, 2006 at 3:47pm EST.

Strangely enough, I was at Wheaton while H+F were, yet the first time I saw them play was at Calvin College while visiting someone there.

While it's sad that they parted ways, at least it's easier to get their music on CD than _ton bundle's...which my wife gave to me on CD as a birthday gift last year (had someone do a transfer from cassette to CD).

It's great to see that people are still listening!

Gryfalia
aka Ken


Posted by Oliver on Mar 30th, 2006 at 6:32pm EST.

I picked up on Harrod and Funck when they played at Houghton College in 1998 or so. I didn't see the show, but their CDs began making the rounds pretty quickly. I met my wife there, a pottery major, and she would listen to them for hours while she threw. I noticed and bought another one of their albums for her as a present. I still listen to them today, but Live is my favorite, for obvious sentimental reasons. I'm a musician myself, but I never get over how timeless and effortless their music is. The only current artist that evokes the same quality would be Denison Witmer. I highly recommend Are you a dreamer? or anything of his back catalogue. However, nothing can quite replace the sound of those amazing harmonies.

Oh well, we have the memories.


Posted by abe on Feb 20th, 2006 at 6:22pm EST.

For my birthday a few years back, my brother gave me a H&F bootleg with many of these older songs that were never formally recorded. It also had earlier demo versions of a few of the recorded songs, and 2 unreleased gems: 40 Winters and Marked Man. If anyone wants an mp3 of these songs, let me know.

I would be interested in obtaining any additional bootlegs, too, if you have anything.


abe


Posted by Beensaved on Feb 17th, 2006 at 6:51pm EST.

Familiar Places: A Concert at Wheaton College
11/18/94

Wind in the Net
Unable
Walk into the Wild
Worn Out Welcome
Tidewater
Ashes
Waiting for My Day
Blue Sky Morning
Cuckoo
Lifeline
Nethy Bridge
Baby on the Way (Bob Whitlinger-bassist)
Guessing Game
Aunt Jo Learns to Love
Moment Before the Last
She Reminds Me


Posted by Eric on Feb 13th, 2006 at 1:55pm EST.

A friend of mine had a copy of a solo CD by Brian Funck that she'd obtained at Ole' Miss in the late 80s.

It had the songs "Holding out for Holden," "Postscript," "Stop and Stare" and others -- a beautiful, beautiful piece of artistry.

Does anyone know where I can find this CD? Or does anyone have a copy they'd like to sell?

I would really love to find it. I still hear the songs in my head these 15 years later = )

Eric
evanmeter@gmail.com


Posted by Eric on Feb 13th, 2006 at 1:51pm EST.

Sorry -- Wheaton, not Ole Miss!

(see below)


Posted by Eric on Feb 13th, 2006 at 1:50pm EST.

A friend of mine had a copy of a solo CD by Brian Funck that she'd obtained at Ole' Miss in the late 80s.

It had the songs "Holding out for Holden," "Postscript," "Stop and Stare" and others -- a beautiful, beautiful piece of artistry.

Does anyone know where I can find this CD? Or does anyone have a copy they'd like to sell?

I would really love to find it. I still hear the songs in my head these 15 years later = )

Eric
evanmeter@gmail.com


Posted by Issachar on Feb 7th, 2006 at 7:22pm EST.

Beensaved, I'd love to know what the full set list is on that tape. There's a song I head H&F play in concert once that I never heard again, but I still remember it to this day. It was a song by Brian Funck called "Marked Man". Some of the lyrics that I recall went something like:

...come celebrate this life with me /
The hour is late, with apology /
I fear I left no trace /
On my tongue the aftertaste is laced /
with bittersweet ...only better.

Mark, my name's David DeBoe and my wife is Jacqueline St. John; she says she remembers you. Feel free to give me a holler by email if you'd like. I wish I'd checked this message board sooner. It looked dead for so long that I rarely remember to check back here and see if anyone has posted.


Posted by Beensaved on Jan 23rd, 2006 at 9:05pm EST.

Speaking of live material, I have a VHS tape that Wheaton College put out back in 1995 for a H&F concert that I attended. It was like a homecoming concert that took place 11/18/94 and is interspersed with interview snippets. I still remember that time in my life and am thrilled to own this VHS. This concert happened before the "Harrod & Funck" album came out and showcases acoustic versions of many of the songs from their first two albums ( Ashes, Wind In The Net, Nethy Bridge, etc) as well as unreleased stuff (She Reminds Me, Aunt Jo Learns to Love). In fact, when the second album came out, I was disappointed by the arrangement and how produced they were.

Reading everyone's posts, I'm feeling very sentimental. Think I'll go watch the show.

If anyone's interested in the full set list, I'll gladly post it.


Posted by Mark on Dec 7th, 2005 at 10:07am EST.

Just wanted to add that I also attended and worked for Gordon Conwell from '93-'98 so I'm wondering who Issachar is?

If you read this, let me know.


Posted by Mark on Dec 7th, 2005 at 10:03am EST.

What a great idea!

Let me just add my own opinion that I am sad Jason and Brian split up the act. However, having heard Jason play as a one man show many times ( We were roomates for a year in Boston) I am thrilled that he is making a go of it on his own.

I last saw him play in Michigan earlier this year and it was a great show. Saw a few people I knew from Boston and that was a little surreal but just added to the great feeling of nostalgia.

Now I'm in New Jersey hoping that somehow Jason will get out here sometime.

Anyway, thanks, Ben, for the hared work on this site!

Mark


Posted by David Jennings on Dec 1st, 2005 at 8:42pm EST.

Hey Ben / Everyone...
Just thought I'd throw my hat into the ring as well as someone who'd be more than interested in trading show recordings, etc. with interested parties. I've got a bunch but would always love more.
Anywho, I'll second all that's already been suggested - Harrod & Funck were the soundtrack to my formative musical years, and no music I've stumbled across since has taken me to the same place as theirs did so many a crisp fall night.
Wistful? You bet.
Thank goodness Jason keeps churning out gold.
I'd love to hear some of the unreleased stuff from the 2nd album sessions someday, but I guess that putting any/all of that out is up to the boys.
One vote for a reunion show, that's all I'm saying.
God Bless,
Dave J


Posted by Caren Swanson on Nov 29th, 2005 at 7:10pm EST.

I'm a H & F fan from their days playing in Boston (I was a student at Gordon College in the lat 90's and heard them play a bunch). I've never owned their live album (which I love) and I just went looking for a used copy to order and can't find one! Any suggestions?


Posted by Maberry on Oct 21st, 2005 at 10:53pm EST.

Hello All. Last night I saw Jason Harrod play in Seattle. It was a great show. He gets better everytime I see him. He played a wide range of his songs including a new song he had recently written. He also did a cover of the Doc Watson song "Don't Let Your Deal Go Down" that was outstanding. If you get the chance to catch him in concert you won't be dissappointed.

Thanks for having this site out there Ben.


Posted by Michele on Sep 17th, 2005 at 11:06pm EST.

Oh my gosh ... I've found it!

In 1992 a friend gave me a copy of a Kodon compilation CD - a Wheaton College arts (music/poetry) collection. My best friend and I literally played that tape to death.

A few years ago, I lost my best friend. And I've been desperately searching for a copy of this CD. I've even called Wheaton's communications department, but haven't heard whether they can make a copy for me. "Letter from Delphine" and "Moment Before the Last" were two of my favorite songs on the tape ... is there any way to get copies of those songs somewhere - mp3s, in stores, via bootleg email?

And I would love to hear more work by Harrod and Funck ... must order their CDs! How sad to hear they are no longer together, even though they were so highly praised and talented.

Thanks for any help or ideas you may send my way!!

Michele


Posted by Anonymous on Sep 14th, 2005 at 4:57pm EST.

Just thought I'd add my two cents: This duo was amazing to listen to live. I was at the Calvin concert that became "Live." Although I own the CD and listen to it often, it was even better right up there in the front row. I never get fan-like about almost any music, group, etc. But these guys were brillant. I can remember the experience vividly after so many years. Enjoyed them immensely. It's darn shame they aren't still...


Posted by Brian Johnson on Sep 13th, 2005 at 5:07pm EST.

Hello all,

I just saw a list of songs in the chords section. Where can I get copies of these songs? And also when is Jason going to tour California?

All The Diamonds
Bill Of Goods (Loudon Wainwright III)
Bottom Of The Sea
Forty Winters
Girl Of The North Country (Bob Dylan)
Holding Out For Holden
Letters From Delphine (Gadflys)
Local Union
Marked Man
She Reminds Me
Strange Way
Sunday Evenings
Think About Us Now And Then

Brian Johnson
H&F Junkie


Posted by Issachar on Aug 2nd, 2005 at 6:55am EST.


Hi Ben! I've visited this site several times in the past and just happened across your new forum feature.

My wife and I were attending Gordon-Conwell seminary in MA circa 1995-1998, at the time when H&F were big in the Boston scene. I had the good fortune to hear them in concert several times, and the experience is very nearly sublime.

I attended the very last H&F concert before the duo broke up, and although I bought Jason Harrod's first solo album, I didn't go hear him play until this past weekend. It was great to see the guy again and hear him perform, and I wish I'd taken advantage of our proximity (I live less than an hour from Jason's home town of Durham, NC) to go to a performance before now. Jason's new album is different-sounding, but it's quickly growing on me.

Thanks for maintaining this site, Ben. I'm sure there are plenty of other H&F fans silently lurking out there. Come post a hello, y'all! :-)

--David "Issachar" D.


Posted by Benjamin on Jul 1st, 2005 at 2:58pm EST.

Welcome to the new H & F Forum.

I hope that the H & F Forum will become a cool place for people on the web to talk about old Harrod & Funck experiences, memories and new Jason Harrod experiences. I'm also hoping for some feedback from the few people who actually do frequent the site. I know there are a few of you out there. I hope some of you have found the guitar tabs to be useful. I try to add them soon after I figure out a song, and I have been fortunate to acquire two tabs from two other individuals. I just today posted my Siobhan tab.

So, I guess that's about it from me for now. Let me know if you want more tabs, if you have tabs you want to submit to the site, or whatever else crosses your minds. If you have bootlegs of Jason or H&F, I'm always up for a trade.

In Christ,
Benjamin Padula


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