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BJH THROUGH THE EYES OF JOHN LEES: REVIVAL - LIVE 1999

Barclay James Harvest

 

Crossover Prog

3.29 | 17 ratings

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Andrea Cortese
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4 stars As a live album from the duo Lees-Wolstenholme Revival is a good one, although remains that newly-differently-arranged verions of the classic Hymn and Loving Is Easy (two songs that did not need any change!). The last is now curiously sang by Wolstenholme like in the Nexus album. Here you can listen to part of the new remarkable songs from that 1999 work, as, for example, Festival!, Brave New World (of this one you can hear also the original 1971 demo version in the 2002 EMI's remastered edition of the album BJH And Other Short Stories) and Star Bright. You can also hear some of the greatest BJH contributions to thr world: Poor Man's Moody Blues (1977), Galadiel (1971) and the superb (and my personal favourite) For No One (1974) with an interesting vocal duo by Lees and Wolstenholme.

Good live album!! P.S. I recommend this one than the Nexus album in which there are too much important classics completely re-arranged!

Andrea Cortese | 4/5 |

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