Barclay James Harvest - Once Again - Start to 1980ies Dutch Harvest-Fame label 8-track reissue LP
|Artist||Barclay James Harvest|
|Title||Once Again - Start to 1980ies Dutch Harvest-Fame label 8-track reissue LP |
|Record label||Harvest Records/Fame/EMI Records|
|Catalogue no||A 038-1575181|
|Year of release||198?|
|Grading||VG++ (Vinyls and Labels)/VG++ (Cover)|
|Stock list||Barclay James Harvest|
|Additional info||Start-1980ies Dutch pressed Harvest-Fame label 8-track LP issue originally released in 1971 - and 'generally regarded as one of Barclay James Harvests strongest efforts, featuring powerful, epic tracks such as "Song For Dying", "She Said", and "Mocking Bird", one of their best known songs. As was the case with their other early albums, it was recorded with a full orchestra.'*|
Vinyl has the lime and dark green company labels - housed in an era specific company add inner sleeve and ultimately in a glossy outer picture cover.
Condition: VG++ (Vinyls and Labels)/VG++ (Cover):
Vinyl is beautifull near perfect and has a touch of faint sleeve wear only - nothing that resembles needle induced marks - perfect labels.
Cover is in plain perfect condition.
1. She Said (Barclay James Harvest) 8:21
2. Happy Old World (Woolly Wolstenholme) 4:40
3. Song For Dying (John Lees) 5:02
4. Galadriel (John Lees) 3:14
1. Mocking Bird (John Lees) ? 6:39
2. Vanessa Simmons (John Lees) ? 3:45
3. Ball And Chain (Woolly Wolstenholme) 4:49
4. Lady Loves (John Lees) 4:07
Recorded October 9th, 1970, - November, 25th, 1970 At EMI Studios, London.
Barclay James Harvest:
John Lees - vocals, guitars, recorder
Les Holroyd - vocals, bass, guitars, keyboards
Stuart "Woolly" Wolstenholme -- vocals, mellotron, keyboards
Mel Pritchard - drums, percussion
The Barclay James Harvest Symphony Orchestra
Gavin Wright - Orchestra Leader
Robert Godfrey - Conductor and Musical Director
Alan Parsons - jaw harp on "Lady Loves"
Norman Smith - production
Peter Bown - Engineer
Latimer Reeves - Cover Design
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