Barclay James Harvest Everyone Is Everybody Else
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- Released: June 2, 2003
- Originally Released: 1974
- Label: Universal I.S.
- 1.Child Of The Universe
- 2.Negative Earth
- 3.Paper Wings
- 4.Great 1974 Mining Disaster
- 5.Crazy City
- 6.See Me See You
- 7.Poor Boy Blues
- 8.Mill Boys
- 9.For No One
- 10.Child Of The Universe - (alternate take)
- 11.Great 1974 Mining Disaster - (Alternate mix)
- 12.Maestoro (A Hymn In The Roof Of The World)
- 13.Negative Earth - (Alternate mix)
- 14.Child Of The Universe - (alternate take)
EVERYONE IS EVERYBODY ELSE is the debut effort from the prog-folk outfit Barclay James Harvest. It includes the songs "Child of the Universe" and "Paper Wings," among others.
The German reissue comes with remastered sound and five bonus cuts.
Personnel: Mel Holroyd, John Lees (guitar, acoustic guitar); Woolly Wolstenholme (keyboards); Mel Pritchard (drums, percussion).
Audio Remasterer: Paschal Byrne.
Liner Note Author: Mark Powell.
Recording information: Advision Studios, London, England (04/??/1974-01/05/1975); Olympic Studios, Barnes, London, England (04/??/1974-01/05/1975); Polydor Studios, London, England (04/??/1974-01/05/1975); Trident Studios, London, England (04/??/1974-01/05/1975).
Photographer: Alex Agor.
Barclay James Harvest began as a psychedelic-influenced prog-rock outfit, but by the time they really reached their stride with 1974's EVERYONE IS EVERYBODY ELSE, they had streamlined their sound into a lambent, melodic style triangulated somewhere between Pink Floyd, the Moody Blues, and late-period Beatles. With John "Wooly" Woolstenholme's Mellotron providing orchestral backdrops and John Lees contributing lyrical, not un-Floyd-like guitar leads, the band unfolds one elegant tune after another on what has come to be regarded as one of the finest moments in the BJH discography.
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