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TURN OF THE TIDE

Barclay James Harvest

 

Crossover Prog

2.56 | 97 ratings

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arnaldosmp
3 stars In eighteen years BJH are more sucess more then seventies years. Because of this the music are more acessible and the magic of the past is gone. In "Turn of The Tide" the band made a album from the market of melodic and AOR rock. Sometimes the music sounds like BJH in the past: the John Lee's folk-rock "In Memory"and melodic "How do You Fell Now" and Les Holroyd's "Echoes and Shadows" and "I'm Like a Train"."Life is For Living" is a pop song write for sucess and "Waiting on Borderline" is like a Supertramp song. If you forget the past of BJH (like David in former rewiew ) "Turn of The Tide" is a very good and symphatic album for the lovers of melodic rock.
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