1969 Keith Barbour – Echo Park

Echo Park is the only album by Keith Barbour, released in 1969 on Epic.

Keith Barbour (born January 21, 1941 in New York City) is an American singer-songwriter. He was a member of the Jabberwocks, Brown University’s oldest male a cappella group, while in college. He was a member of The New Christy Minstrels before signing to Epic Records as a solo artist in 1969. He released an album, Echo Park, in 1969, which hit #163 on the Billboard 200, and the title track, written by Buzz Clifford, hit #40 on the Pop Singles chart. He had a follow-up single, “My God and I” in November 1970. Barbour was married to TV soap actress Deidre Hall from 1971 to 1978.


1  If Only I Could Touch You (James Flemming) 04:37
2  Echo Park (Buzz Clifford) 03:54
3  Here I Find (James Flemming; David Austin) 03:27
4  Baby Lit A Candle (Keith Barbour) 03:26
5  All Of Your Loving (James Flemming) 02:58
6  Home (J Miller Jr; Matthew Moore) 02:50
7  You Try Not To Show (James Flemming) 02:35
8  The Wind Is The Color Of Lace (James Flemming; David Austin) 02:52
9  Reaching High (James Flemming; David Austin) 03:14
10  Here I Am Losing You (James Flemming) 02:32
11  Today (James Flemming; David Austin) 02:25



BassJames Jackson Jr
DrumsJim Keltner
GuitarRob Edwards
PianoMatthew Moore
VocalsKeith Barbour

Liner Notes

Producer – James Flemming
Arranged By – Dave Roberts, James Flemming
Engineer – Brian Ross-Myring

Photography By – Jerry Fitzgerald

Produced For – Austin-Flemming Productions
Manufactured By – Epic Records Inc.