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Everyone Is Everyone Else

Everyone Is Everyone Else by Barclay James Harvest
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Barclay James Harvest

Label: Esoteric Recordings
Released: 2016
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Track Listing

Disc One - 24-Bit Re-Mastered Original Stereo Mix Released in June 1974 - Child of the Universe; Negative Earth; Paper Wings; The Great 1974 Mining Disaster; Crazy City; See Me, See You; Poor Boy Blues; Mill Boys; For No One. Bonus Tracks: Child of the Universe (US Single Version); The Great 1974 Mining Disaster (Original Mix); Maestoso (A Hymn in the Roof of the World) Disc Two - New Stereo Mixes & Bonus Tracks Child of the Universe; Negative Earth; Paper Wings; The Great 1974 Mining Disaster; Crazy City; See Me, See You; Poor Boy Blues; Mill Boys. Bonus Tracks: Child of the Universe (US Single Version New Stereo Mix); Negative Earth (Original Mix); Child of the Universe (Remake of US Single) Disc Three - New 5.1 Surround Mixes & 96 KHZ / 24-Bit Stereo Mixes Child of the Universe; Negative Earth; Paper Wings; The Great 1974 Mining Disaster; Crazy City; See Me, See You; Poor Boy Blues; Mill Boys. Bonus Track: Child of the Universe (US Single Version)


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John Lees: acoustic guitar, guitar, vocals, backing vocals; Les Holroyd: acoustic guitar, bass, rhythm guitar, vocals, backing vocals; Stewart Wooly Wolstenholme: keyboards, vocal; Mel Pritchard: percussion, drums.


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