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Barclay James Harvest – Eyes Of The Universe (1979) [Remastered]

31-07-2014, 14:18
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Barclay James Harvest – Eyes Of The Universe (1979) [Remastered]

Artist: Barclay James Harvest
Title Of Album: Eyes Of The Universe
Year Of Release: 2006
Label: Eclectic Entertainment ECLCD 1049
Genre: Progressive Rock
Quality: MP3 | WavePack
Bitrate: VBR 0 | 16Bit/44kHz
Total Size: 133 MB | 368 MB
Total Time: 57:25
Website: Discogs

01. Love on the Line 4:38
02. Alright Down Get Boogie (Mu Ala Rusic) 3:53
03. The Song (They Love to Sing) 6:11
04. Skin Flicks 6:52
05. Sperratus 5:00
06. Rock n' Roll Lady 4:29
07. Capricorn 4:33
08. Play to the World 7:02
09. Sperratus (Previously Unreleased Single Edit) 3:23
10. Rock n' Roll Lady (Previously Unreleased Single Edit) 3:23
11. Capricorn (Single Edit) 3:37
12. Play to the World (Previously Unreleased Single Edit) 3:52

John Lees: guitar, vocals
Les Holroyd: bass, vocals
Mel Pritchard: drums
Kevin McAlea: synthesizers

Review from RateYourMusic:
File under: “better than it has any right to be.” Unhappy with the band’s direction, Woolly Wolstenholme jumped ship, to be replaced by session keyboardist Kevin McAlea. I wasn’t expecting much, but really, McAlea’s keyboard work makes this album; his highly creative use of synths enlivens a number of the tunes here, notably Les Holroyd’s “The Song (They Love to Sing).” In fact, in sharp contrast to XII, Lees contributes some of the album’s finest tunes, such as the driving opening track “Love on the Line” and the moody album closer “Play to the World.”
The very best song on the album, though, is surely John Lees’ “Sperratus,” which in a more just world would rightfully be considered a rock classic. As tends to be the case with Lees, though, he mucks up a perfectly good song (“Alright Down Get Boogie”) with perfectly awful lyrics (I guess it was his answer to the disco craze or something, but seriously, the lyrics clash badly with the song, which incidentally has nothing whatever to do with disco).

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Marceloide   User offline   1 August 2014 03:52

Muuuuuchas gracias por este aporte. 1 Saludos cordiales.

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