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Paper Wings - Barclay James Harvest - Everyone Is Everybody Else (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Differs from other UK pressing as the cover has no mention of sleeve printer (others Barclay James Harvest - Everyone Is Everybody Else state Sleeve Printed and made in England by Macneill Press Ltd., London SE 1) UK release This was the bands first album release on the Polydor label.4/5(3).
  2. Barclay James Harvest is one of my all-time favorite bands--a poor man's Moody Blues, as someone once called the group. But there is nothing poor about this prog-rock band. As this is one of the band's later albums, recorded during the disco years (), concessions were made to try to break into the American market/5(56).
  3. Barclay James Harvest Album Portfolio Everyone Is Everybody Else. LP: Polydor , 14th June LP: Audio Club of Great Britain ACB , MC: Polydor , June 8-Track: Polydor , June LP reissue: Polydor SPELP 11, August, MC reissue: Polydor SPEMC 11, August, CD: Polydor , December,
  4. Barclay James Harvest "Paper Wings": "Paper Wings" lyrics. Barclay James Harvest Lyrics "Paper Wings" His crazy frame against the dawn His hungry leap and ragged fall A suicidal perch is now laid bare To searching eyes and empty stares album: "Everyone Is Everybody Else" () Child Of The Universe. Negative Earth. Paper Wings.
  5. Dec 10,  · Barclay James Harvest "Everyone Is Everybody Else" ( / 5th / UK / Polydor) Child Of The Universe / Negative Earth / ★ Paper .
  6. Everyone Is Everybody Else is a music studio album recording by BARCLAY JAMES HARVEST (Crossover Prog/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette/5(30).
  7. U.K pressing of this album release from Recorded at Olympic Studios. Their first album release on the Polydor label A1 Child Of The Universe A2 Negative Earth A3 Paper Wings A4 The Great Mining Disaster B1 Crazy City B2 See Me See You B3 Poor Boy Blues B4 Mill Boys B5 For No One.
  8. Jan 01,  · barclay james harvest`s first album for polydor in is quite superb, gone is the overblown production and whimsical songs, in comes courtesy of roger bain, tight,sparse arrangements and a clutch off all-time classic bjh tunes. it starts with the magnificent "child of the universe", lyrically still as relevant today as the day it was /5(82).