Offered for sale is a Dutch reissue pressing of the 1971 LP Once Again by Barclay James Harvest.
Once Again was the second LP by Barclay James Harvest and while it received critical acclaim, it sold poorly.
The band’s follow-up still finds it working very much in the vein of orchestral rock, largely driven by Stewart Wooly Wolstenholme’s keyboards and the presence of the London Symphony Orchestra. …”Song for Dying” shows off the band’s fine ability at vocal harmonies, while the later concert standard, “Mocking Bird,” shows a dramatic evolution from pensive acoustic guitar to a full-blown orchestral attack.
About this copy: This copy of Once Again is a Dutch pressing and it appears to be a reissue, likely from the early 1980s.
The cover still retains its original shrink wrap, and is M- aside from slight wear at the corners. There is a “Fame – Special Price” sticker on the cover.
The record is M- and appears to have had little, if any, play.
A nice copy of a terrific LP.