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Pretty obvious, really, but it only works out as BJH's twelfth album if you ignore the Starline compilation Early Morning Onwards, which was deleted by then, and include live albums and EMI's The Best Of Barclay James Harvest. The title was also appropriate because the band members had been working together for twelve years. At one point, the working title was High, and the sleeve would have been based on Woolly's sunset photograph which eventually adorned his solo album, Maestoso. (bjharvest.co.uk) Barclay James Harvest - XII 1978 (Polydor 1984) 1. Fantasy: Loving Is Easy 2. Berlin 3. Classics: A Tale Of Two Sixties 4. Turning In Circles 5. Fact: The Closed Shop 6. In Search Of England 7. Sip Of Wine 8. Harbour 9. Science Fiction: Nova Lepidoptera 10. Giving It Up 11. Fiction: The Streets Of San Francisco Recording Studios: Strawberry Studios North, Stockport Recording Dates: March to July 1978 Producer: Barclay James Harvest and Martin Lawrence When recording began, David Rohl was producing, but was replaced by Martin half-way through after several differences of opinion. Martin was primarily an engineer at Strawberry, but has since co-produced several BJH albums and worked with artists as diverse as 10cc and Joe Longthorne.
|Barclay James Harvest - XII 1978/01 Fantasy- Loving Is Easy.flac||24.61 MB|
|Barclay James Harvest - XII 1978/02 Berlin.flac||28.302 MB|
|Barclay James Harvest - XII 1978/03 Classics- A Tale of Two Sixties.flac||21.749 MB|