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John Lees Celebrates 50 Years Of BARCLAY JAMES HARVEST

September 27, 2018

They may have started out in 1966, yet it was two years later that BARCLAY JAMES HARVEST got a record deal and began what’s been lasting for five decades now. In order to mark the occasion, one of the band’s … Continue reading

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BARCLAY JAMES HARVEST – XII

June 22, 2017

Polydor 1978 / Esoteric 2017 With music as the food of love, melody harvesters take their multicolored wings and explode into space. Always on a pop verge of prog, BJH were well attuned for a musical climate change the late … Continue reading

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John Lees’ BARCLAY JAMES HARVEST – North

October 25, 2013

Esoteric Antenna 2013 Longing for freedom and living for love, purveyors of light prog come back home. The bleak setting of BJH’s first album in 14 years – and their first since Woolly Wolstenholme cut his life short – evokes … Continue reading

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BARCLAY JAMES HARVEST – Glasnost

June 11, 2013

Polydor 1988 / Esoteric 2013 Going over The Wall: the second Berlin coming of British heroes restored to all its original hope and glory. Giving a Russian title to an album recorded in German capital might be misleading, yet it … Continue reading

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BARCLAY JAMES HARVEST – Turn Of The Tide

May 24, 2013

Polydor 1981 / Esoteric 2013 An apocalyptic transformation of art rock purveyors into a high-flying pop albatross. It was the logical end of a process that started on 1979’s – as refracted through the next year’s Berlin experience which would … Continue reading

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