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Once_Again

Once Again

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Once Again was the second album released by Barclay James Harvest, in early 1971. It is generally regarded as one of their strongest efforts, featuring powerful, epic tracks such as "Song For the Dying", "She Said", and "Mocking Bird", one of their best songs. As was the case with their other early albums, it was recorded with a full orchestra.

Track listing

  • Disk - Total time (?)
  • "She Said" – 8:21
  • "Happy Old World" – 4:40
  • "Song For The Dying" – 5:02
  • "Galadriel" – 3:14
  • "Mockingbird" – 6:39
  • "Vanessa Simmons" – 3:45
  • "Ball And Chain" – 4:49
  • "Lady Loves" – 4:07
  • Bonus tracks - available only on the remastered CD
  • "White Sails (A Seascape)" – 1:43
  • "Too Much On Your Plate" – 5:28
  • "Happy Old World" – 4:40
  • "Vanessa Simmons" – 3:46
  • "Ball And Chain" – 4:48

Personnel

Additional Personnel

  • The Barclay James Harvest Symphony Orchestra
  • Orchestra Leader: Gavin Wright
  • Conductor and Musical Director: Robert Godfrey
  • Engineer: Peter Bown

Cover

Designed by Latimer Reeves and based on an enlarged section of the design for the debut album. The full effect can only be obtained by opening out the original gatefold sleeve, so later reissues such as the 'Fame' release which came in single sleeves rather defeat the object. The inside of the gatefold contains very little information and no lyrics, although the full lyrics are given after the description of each song on this page.

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