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Time Honoured Ghosts [Remaster With Bonus Tracks]
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Album: Time Honoured Ghosts [Remaster With Bonus Tracks]
# Song Title   Time
1)    In My Life More Info... 4:41
2)    Sweet Jesus More Info... 3:30
3)    Titles More Info... 3:49
4)    Jonathan More Info... 4:48
5)    Beyond The Grave More Info... 4:08
6)    Song For You More Info... 5:21
7)    Hymn For The Children More Info... 3:40
8)    Moongirl More Info... 4:52
9)    One Night More Info... 5:23
10)    Child Of The Universe 1975 Alternate Recording More Info... 2:49
 

Album: Time Honoured Ghosts [Remaster With Bonus Tracks]
# Song Title   Time
1)    In My Life More Info... 4:41
2)    Sweet Jesus More Info... 3:30
3)    Titles More Info... 3:49
4)    Jonathan More Info... 4:48
5)    Beyond The Grave More Info... 4:08
6)    Song For You More Info... 5:21
7)    Hymn For The Children More Info... 3:40
8)    Moongirl More Info... 4:52
9)    One Night More Info... 5:23
10)    Child Of The Universe 1975 Alternate Recording More Info... 2:49
 
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  • Barclay James Harvest's 1975 album included their classic hits "Song For You" and "Titles."
  • Remastered reissue includes five bonus tracks.
  • Personnel: John Lees (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Les Holroyd (vocals, acoustic guitar, bass guitar); Woolly Wolstenholme (vocals, keyboards); Mel Pritchard (percussion).
  • Audio Remasterer: Paschal Byrne.
  • Liner Note Author: Mark Powell.
  • Recording information: Advision Studios, London, England (01/13/1975-07/??/1975); His Masters Wheels, San Francisco, CA (01/13/1975-07/??/1975).
  • Illustrators: Maxfield Parrish; Bill Dare; Bill Bare.
  • Time Honoured Ghosts continued Barclay James Harvest's development away from the orchestral sweep of the earlier albums, although there's a little more filler than usual here. "In My Life" emphasizes BJH's penchant for ghostly descending vocal choruses and features an angular lead guitar part that would be recycled several years later in "Loving Is Easy." "Titles" remains memorably catchy in spite of its faintly irritating musical parlor trick of lyrics created entirely from Beatles song titles. "Moongirl" in particular demonstrates how Stewart Wooly Wolstenholme's approach to keyboards differs from most prog rock bands (with the exception, perhaps, of Pink Floyd); by subtly combining a variety of background textures (Mellotron, harpsichord, organ, piano), he acts as a foil to set off the more obvious roles played by the vocals and lead guitar. ~ Paul Collins
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