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Barclay James Harvest - Eyes Of The Universe download mp3
Title:
Eyes Of The Universe
Style:
Symphonic Rock
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MP3 album size:
1351 mb
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Rating:
4.1 ✪

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Structured outer sleeve (black part). Includes an insert with lyrics. Some issues came with an extra inlay: An orange DIN-A4 papersheet with the German Tour-Dates of 1980 and on the other side the Backcatalogue. Also released with different label-artwork (see Eyes Of The Universe. Made In West Germany.

Eyes of the Universe. Barclay James Harvest. Eyes of the Universe Tracklist. 1. Love on the Line Lyrics. Eyes of the Universe Q&A. More Barclay James Harvest albums. Show all albums by Barclay James Harvest.

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The eight-song Eyes of the Universe album was released later that year, a strong set that kicked off with the spinoff single "Love on the Line. If that number showcased their more Americanized style, "Sperratus" highlighted their British roots, with its Renaissance-rinsed ersatz harpsichord and soaring guitar parts

Eyes Of The Universe is a music studio album recording by BARCLAY JAMES HARVEST (Crossover Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1979 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. BJH's first post-Wostenholme album, "Eyes of the Universe" finds the band undeterred, determined to continue on the same path of melodic art rock with a prog twist that they had been nurturing for years. The final result is very good, despite the fact that such a crucial member was gone (to Earth?).