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9 thoughts on “ Song Of The Ages - Roy Harper - Flat Baroque And Berserk

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Flat Baroque And Berserk on Discogs/5(26).
  2. Features Song Lyrics for Roy Harper's Flat Baroque and Berserk album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  3. Flat Baroque and Beserk is IMO a solid album all round abley backed by The Nice. Tighter arrangements marked the beginning of the 70's decade for Roy Harper that he was being taken more and more seriously/5.
  4. Listen free to Roy Harper – Flat Baroque and Berserk (Don't You Grieve, I Hate the White Man and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, .
  5. Song Of The Ages Lyrics: There's a house on a hillside in a picture book / Where he stands with his mother as I stop and look / He's a child of the northlands with his long golden hair / And his mind.
  6. Jun 07,  · Flat Baroque and Berserk' was the first record of Harper's to go into the charts. Peter Jenner was assigned by EMI Records to produce the recording - the two have been good friends ever since. EMI Studios, Abbey Road was at that time the most advanced studio in Europe, and over the next ten years Harper was to record in near-perfect conditions/5(12).
  7. Flat Baroque and Berserk, Harper’s fourth album, is very much a culmination of the acoustic singer-songwriter folk sound of his first three albums. Previous album Folkejokeopus may have hinted at a more “progressive” direction with a few short experimental pieces, but it’s most ambitious piece was the sprawling Desolation Row-esque /5.
  8. 'Flat Baroque and Berserk' was the first record of mine to go into the charts. For the first time in my recording career, proper care and attention was paid to the presentation of the song. Peter Jenner was assigned by EMI Records to produce the recording.
  9. Roy Harper's fourth album found him in an acoustic folkie mode more often than not, though as usual (for circa late-'60s Harper) there were detours into pretty rocky items on occasion. It's not much of either a progression or a slide from the lyrically convoluted, somewhat but not incredibly melodic path he had established with his prior work.6/

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