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9 thoughts on “ Long Ships - John Lees - A Major Fancy

  1. May 22,  · John Lees' Solo-Album "A Major Fancy", released on Vinyl when in BJH had their major breakthrough and EMI remembered what was hidden in their vaults, is far more an answer to those who have a hard time believing that before BJH emerged their /5(3).
  2. A Major Fancy is the one and only solo album by Barclay James Harvest man John Lees. Apparently it was recorded in , but held back from release until One most interesting fact is that it was on this album that the original version of Child Of The Universe appeared/5.
  3. John Lees' Solo-Album "A Major Fancy", released on Vinyl when in BJH had their major breakthrough and EMI remembered what was hidden in their vaults, is far more an answer to those who have a hard time believing that before BJH emerged their original members had played in R'n'B (R'n'B!!!3/5.
  4. A Major Fancy, an Album by John Lees. Released 29 November on Esoteric (catalog no. ECLEC ; CD). Genres: Symphonic Prog, Progressive Rock/5(3).
  5. John Lees (born 13 January ) is an English musician who founded the rock band Barclay James Harvest.. Educated at Robin Hill Secondary Modern and Breeze Hill School, Lees had no formal musical education, but took up playing the guitar when he was metalcore.dalalsanuanaracordalanim.infoinfo went on to study at Oldham School Of Art, where he met Stuart 'Woolly' Wolstenholme in
  6. Comes in a standard jewel case wrapped in a cardboard slipcase (O-card) and with 16 paged booklet. 4/4(4).
  7. John Lees - A Major Fancy, Album Portfolio. Untitled No.1 - Heritage The opening track on John's only solo album to date sets the mood for the album with a rather different style from John's work within Barclay James Harvest - the music has a more free-form, jazzy feel, and whilst the song is the kind of love song which could have appeared on a BJH album, there is more emphasis on developing.
  8. About File Formats. MP3 is a digital audio format without digital rights management (DRM) technology. Because our MP3s have no DRM, you can play it on any device that supports MP3, even on your iPod!5/5(1).

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