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1.48 | 10 ratings | 1 reviews | 10% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1967

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Another Man In Town
2. Smoking Cigarettes
3. In My House
4. Don't Wanna Loose That Girl
5. Impeccable Girl
6. Tears and Lies
7. You've Got The Intention To Hurt Me
8. Dream
9. You Break My Heart
10. Baby Don't Make Me Nervous
11. Call Me
12. Happy And Young Together
13. Lionel The Miser
14. There Will Be A Tomorrow


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Line-up / Musicians

Peter De Ronde Guitar
Jaap Eggermont Drums
Rinus Gerritsen Bass, Keyboards
George Kooymans Guitar, Vocals
Frans Krassenburg Vocals

Releases information

Capitol LP # 2823

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GOLDEN EARRING Winter Harvest ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of rock music(10%)
Excellent addition to any rock music collection(10%)
Good, but non-essential (10%)
Collectors/fans only (50%)
Poor. Only for completionists (20%)

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Review by ZowieZiggy
1 stars This second Golden Earring album is almost carbon copy of their debut one, even if two years have passed.

The band still plays this derivative early ''Beatles'' music which is not bad of course, but which can't capture the audience's attention, I'm afraid. This record released in '67, sounds as if it were recorded in '63. I guess that even then, it should have sound outdated.

The first track of value is ''In My House'' which holds some fine psychedelic features and a very good keyboards solo.

This album is just a curiosity for die-hard fans. This has NOTHING to do with their later work of course. Not to mention that prog is totally absent here. But that is not a surprise.

Some jazzy/bluesy tracks like ''Don't Wanna Loose That Girl'' or ''Don't Wanna Loose That Girl'' (even if the latter holds some fine vocal harmonies) are best avoided. Some psyche track like ''Tears & Lies'' do remind me of ''Piper'' and is one of the best available on this ''Winter Harvest''. The Rock'n'Roll ish ''You've Got the Intention to Hurt Me'' is not too bad either.

Most of the songs are childish (''Dream'', ''Call Me'' or ''Lionel The Miser''). Still, ''Baby Don't Make Me Nervous'' stands out for its aggressiveness and punch.

Everyone knows that the best time for harvest is not during the winter. No exception here. One star.

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