Offered for sale is a UK pressing of the 1982 live album A Concert for the People (Berlin) by Barclay James Harvest.
About this copy: This copy of A Concert for the People (Berlin) is a UK, pressing, and likely an original, of the 1982 LP.
The cover is VG++, with slight wear at the edges and corners. The disc is M-.
A nice copy of a pretty good live album.
Background: A Concert for the People (Berlin) was the third live album by Barclay James Harvest.
Cut live at the Reichstag in the German city, Berlin is very different from The Live Tapes, with a rather leaner, harder-rocking sound, and more of a dance-rock feel as well, and is also miked much closer for a more intimate sound. …John Lees’ and Colin Browne’s guitars are the most prominent component of the group’s sound, and it’s easy to see why this album, covering so many bases so well, took British audiences by storm — the Moody Blues in their post-psychedelic era have wanted to make a live record this tight and bracing for ages.