Barclay James Harvest
Berlin ? A Concert For The People DVD
Eagle Rock Entertainment are proud to announce the release on 23 August 2010 of the Berlin ? A Concert For The People DVD from Barclay James Harvest [Cat No EREDV806]. This Barclay James Harvest 30th Anniversary release features many BJH classics including: Berlin, Loving Is Easy, Mockingbird, Child Of The Universe, Life Is For Living and Hymn. This represents the first time any of this material has been released on DVD and the first ever release for the Time Honoured Tales bonus feature.
On 30th August 1980, with the Berlin Wall still very much in place, Barclay James Harvest performed a celebratory concert in front of the Reichstag in Berlin for a vast German audience, estimated at 250,000. Throughout the seventies Barclay James Harvest were one of the most popular acts in Germany and this concert was presented as a thank you to all their fans. Featuring tracks from the then soon to be released Turn Of The Tide album plus classics from across their career, this concert is a celebration of Barclay James Harvest at their very best and at the height of their career.
1) Berlin 2) Loving Is Easy 3) Mockingbird 4) Sip Of Wine 5) Nova Lepidoptera 6) In Memory Of The Martyrs 7) Life Is For Living 8) Child Of The Universe 9) Hymn 10) Berlin
The bonus feature on the Berlin ? A Concert For The People DVD is the original 1975 promotional film Time Honoured Tales. This features five tracks from the Time Honoured Ghosts album: Jonathan; Titles; Moongirl; One Night; Beyond The Grave. In this the 30th anniversary of the Berlin show, this DVD is a must for any BJH fan.
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