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  • Les Holroyd Interview, July 1998
    You can t go on the road after a two or three year absence and expect it all to be laid there on a carpet for you This is not 15 or 20 years ago this is 1998 when the market is completely flooded with all types of music and we re in a totally different generation to what s happening now No one owes us anything that is the bottom line The promoters don t owe us anything the record companies don t owe us anything and the fans don t owe us anything NL I m not sure I d agree that the fans don t owe you anything Les Don t take me wrong on this I m saying you can t expect them to come along and say You ve given us this music for so many years we re gonna follow you forever Circumstances change for everyone You can t say that we re gonna sell x amount of records this year and the back catalogue s gonna keep selling and keep selling it s not If you re not on the road the back catalogue doesn t sell it s as simple as that You ve got to be prepared to work at it you can t sit back and say Oh well we re a cult band and that s going to pull it through for us because it isn t Those days are over really over Record companies haven t got the money to spend they re not interested in the future of artists any more It s just a product and if it doesn t sell they just move on to the next NL Bearing in mind what you said about working is this a good time for the band to take a sabbatical Les It was decided that for whatever reason it wasn t happening so it was time to take a break It wasn t my personal decision I can tell you that You can t go on working when there s so much that s negative you can only do it for so long before you think I m banging my head against a wall here and it s not getting me anywhere I m writing good songs I m doing them well I m performing well and I personally thought I was performing very well better than I d done for a long time It s just annoying when at the end of the day people don t think it s happening The only thing I can say is it was a majority decision but it wasn t mine I would work live it doesn t matter if it s five people or 5000 or 50 000 but we re not given the opportunity more than anything from the record company we were with NL Do you personally believe that BJH will record or tour again Les We are actually planning something which I can t tell

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  • John Lees Interview, July 1998
    his who s the drummer Kevin NL Did you consider involving Mel in the project John Yeah We asked him to come on board We had a meeting with him myself and Woolly explained that we wanted it to go back to a partnership We went to see Melve to say that was how it was going to work that if he was on board we would just split everything three ways like the original partnership We asked him but nothing has happened yet I understand that Les has got the same opportunity to do exactly what we re doing and I hope that he does that NL I understand that the deal also involves A Major Fancy John Yeah The tapes are going down this weekend with Woolly I would have liked to have done the remastering process myself actually but we haven t got the kit up here at the moment A Major Fancy will come out it ll be mid price and it ll hopefully have the original sleeve on it There will also I think be some Polydor tracks as well NL Just out of curiosity will it have the original track titles that were listed in the schedules in 1973 or the ones that were listed on the actual release in 1973 John The Untitled s I don t remember you ll have to check and make sure it goes out right NL Are there any plans for live work John That ll really be generated by what interest is shown in the record It will depend on Lindsay and David s perception We re certainly willing to do live work At a personal level I really want to play in England It s just a matter of getting someone to take you on NL Is it too late to organise anything for this year John I don t know The album s scheduled I think for October At the kind of level we re talking about touring it shouldn t take long NL What kind of level would you envisage John Small is good Small theatres are really nice to do rep theatres universities things like that NL What are your feelings now about River Of Dreams Two songs were recorded like we re recording now River Of Dreams and Yesterday s Heroes and they ve definitely got a different feel from all the other tracks As soon as we got the deal with Polydor and we came into the studio it went right back to square one people working on their own All those songs were wasted because they never turned out like they were supposed to turn out NL Do you think that BJH will ever play together again John There is a way as a four piece but not in any other form as far as I m concerned I can t see it unless somebody comes along with a couple of million quid I just think that it s come

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  • Barclay James Harvest - Statement from David Walker, July 1998

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  • Barclay James Harvest Guitar Tabs
    Photos Archive Photo Galleries BJH 1967 1997 John Lees BJH 1998 onwards Woolly Wolstenholme Maestoso Memorabilia Press Cuttings Posters Concert Programmes Badges FOBJH Newsletters IBJHFC Magazines Shop Shop CDs and DVDs T Shirts Posters etc Downloads Forum Links Forum and Mailing Lists BJH Forum Free News Bulletins and e mail Discussion Group Guestbook 2003 Readers Poll Contacts and Links Band Contacts Web Site Links Free Small Ads FAQ About Us and Privacy Policy Barclay James Harvest Guitar Tabs Brother Thrush Brother Thrush by Barclay James Harvest Tabbed by Christopher Carl Heckman Using Seventh String s Transcribe utility Usual disclaimers You are allowed to use this file only for private study making money off of it is strictly verboten If the chords don t line up in whatever word processor you are using change the whole document to Courier font or some other equal spaced font And lastly this is my interpretation of the song no copyright infringement or toe stepping on is intended The bass seems to be a fretless some of the bass notes are interpolated Intro E5 E5 C E5 A E hold 3 quarter notes bass E pedal E5 C E5 E5 C E5 Brother Thrush how you fly so high way up in the clouds E5 D C 5 Bm7 D A The trees resound with open arms for one so rare E G B E A E B A Brother Man just can t com pare A D F m7 G When we re sitting on the banks of the sunshine G A A G D F m7 G We hear your song sitting on the banks of the sunshine G A A G D E F F 5 B7 We hear your song high above the living Repeat INTRO B on the A string

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  • Barclay James Harvest Guitar Tabs
    Albums UK Singles UK Promos Germany France USA Japan Song Lyrics All BJH and solo song lyrics Videography DVDs and VHS Videos Promo Video Clips CD Availability Complete BJH CD Listing Shop for CDs and DVDs Related Discographies John Lees Barclay James Harvest John Lees solo Woolly Wolstenholme and Maestoso BJH Featuring Les Holroyd Broadcasts Radio Broadcasts TV Broadcasts Transcription Discs Music Sheet Music Tabs MIDI Files Miscellaneous Guest Appearances Covers of BJH Songs Chart Placings Samplers with BJH tracks Cassettes 8 Track Cartridges Photos Archive Photo Galleries BJH 1967 1997 John Lees BJH 1998 onwards Woolly Wolstenholme Maestoso Memorabilia Press Cuttings Posters Concert Programmes Badges FOBJH Newsletters IBJHFC Magazines Shop Shop CDs and DVDs T Shirts Posters etc Downloads Forum Links Forum and Mailing Lists BJH Forum Free News Bulletins and e mail Discussion Group Guestbook 2003 Readers Poll Contacts and Links Band Contacts Web Site Links Free Small Ads FAQ About Us and Privacy Policy Barclay James Harvest Guitar Tabs Crazy City PLEASE NOTE This file is the author s own work and represents their interpretation of the song You may only use this file for private study scholarship or research Crazy City Holroyd Intro 4 4 4 0 0 0 2 2 4 4 4 0 0 0 2 2 4 4 4 0 0 0 2 2 4 4 4 0 0 2 4 4 4 0 0 0 2 2 4 4 4 0 0 0 2 2 4 4 4 0 0 0 2 2 4 4 4 0 0 2 0 0 0 Repeat D C D C D C Em Running alone in the crazy city Look at the face of once were pretty D People then wonder what happened Em To make it that way Em Listen around you have you

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  • Barclay James Harvest Guitar Tabs
    Liverpool Stadium 1974 Other Information Equipment Lists Down The Years Les Alembic Bass John Lees Guitars Woolly and the Mellotron Interviews Bibliography Discography Worldwide Discographies Main Discography UK Albums UK Singles UK Promos Germany France USA Japan Song Lyrics All BJH and solo song lyrics Videography DVDs and VHS Videos Promo Video Clips CD Availability Complete BJH CD Listing Shop for CDs and DVDs Related Discographies John Lees Barclay James Harvest John Lees solo Woolly Wolstenholme and Maestoso BJH Featuring Les Holroyd Broadcasts Radio Broadcasts TV Broadcasts Transcription Discs Music Sheet Music Tabs MIDI Files Miscellaneous Guest Appearances Covers of BJH Songs Chart Placings Samplers with BJH tracks Cassettes 8 Track Cartridges Photos Archive Photo Galleries BJH 1967 1997 John Lees BJH 1998 onwards Woolly Wolstenholme Maestoso Memorabilia Press Cuttings Posters Concert Programmes Badges FOBJH Newsletters IBJHFC Magazines Shop Shop CDs and DVDs T Shirts Posters etc Downloads Forum Links Forum and Mailing Lists BJH Forum Free News Bulletins and e mail Discussion Group Guestbook 2003 Readers Poll Contacts and Links Band Contacts Web Site Links Free Small Ads FAQ About Us and Privacy Policy Barclay James Harvest Guitar Tabs For No One PLEASE NOTE This file is the author s own work and represents their interpretation of the song You may only use this file for private study scholarship or research For No One John Lees Intro Solo 1 verse Verse 1 Em D C Please lay down your pistols and your rifles Em D Am Please lay down your colours and your creeds Em D C C B Am Am G Please lay down your thoughts of being no one D F C Bm Concentrate on what you ought to be Verse 2 Em D C Then lay down your bullshit and your protests Em D Am Then

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  • Barclay James Harvest Guitar Tabs
    Memorabilia Press Cuttings Posters Concert Programmes Badges FOBJH Newsletters IBJHFC Magazines Shop Shop CDs and DVDs T Shirts Posters etc Downloads Forum Links Forum and Mailing Lists BJH Forum Free News Bulletins and e mail Discussion Group Guestbook 2003 Readers Poll Contacts and Links Band Contacts Web Site Links Free Small Ads FAQ About Us and Privacy Policy Barclay James Harvest Guitar Tabs Hymn PLEASE NOTE This file is the author s own work and represents their interpretation of the song You may only use this file for private study scholarship or research Barclay James Harvest Hymn Words Music John Lees from their Gone To Earth album E Esus E Esus E Esus E Esus E A E Valley s deep and the mountain s so high A E Esus If you want to see God you ve got to move on the other side E A E You stand up there with your head in the clouds A E Esus Don t try to fly you know you might not come down E A Don t try to fly dear God E Esus E Esus You might not come down E A Jesus came down from Heaven to earth A E Esus The people said it was a virgin birth E A E Jesus came down from Heaven to earth A E Esus The people said it was a virgin birth A The people said it was E Esus E Esus a virgin birth E A E He told great stories of the Lord A E And said He was the saviour of us all E A E He told great stories of the Lord A E And said He was the saviour of us all A And said He was the saviour E Esus E Esus of us

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  • Barclay James Harvest Guitar Tabs
    Down The Years Les Alembic Bass John Lees Guitars Woolly and the Mellotron Interviews Bibliography Discography Worldwide Discographies Main Discography UK Albums UK Singles UK Promos Germany France USA Japan Song Lyrics All BJH and solo song lyrics Videography DVDs and VHS Videos Promo Video Clips CD Availability Complete BJH CD Listing Shop for CDs and DVDs Related Discographies John Lees Barclay James Harvest John Lees solo Woolly Wolstenholme and Maestoso BJH Featuring Les Holroyd Broadcasts Radio Broadcasts TV Broadcasts Transcription Discs Music Sheet Music Tabs MIDI Files Miscellaneous Guest Appearances Covers of BJH Songs Chart Placings Samplers with BJH tracks Cassettes 8 Track Cartridges Photos Archive Photo Galleries BJH 1967 1997 John Lees BJH 1998 onwards Woolly Wolstenholme Maestoso Memorabilia Press Cuttings Posters Concert Programmes Badges FOBJH Newsletters IBJHFC Magazines Shop Shop CDs and DVDs T Shirts Posters etc Downloads Forum Links Forum and Mailing Lists BJH Forum Free News Bulletins and e mail Discussion Group Guestbook 2003 Readers Poll Contacts and Links Band Contacts Web Site Links Free Small Ads FAQ About Us and Privacy Policy Barclay James Harvest Guitar Tabs Mill Boys PLEASE NOTE This file is the author s own work and represents their interpretation of the song You may only use this file for private study scholarship or research Mill Boys John Lees C G D Em Sky was black Lord rain came pouring down C G D Am Number 12 bus shuffling down Shaw Road way C G D Em Mules keep spinning black faced lifers peck the ground C G D Am Sun comes up like lightning over Tandle Hills grey Ch G Am We are mill boys stuck on the hill boys C F G Stuck in the mill boys till our dying day Ch on Poor Boy Blues Solo C G

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