BJH

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BJHBarnes-Jewish Hospital (St. Louis, MO)
BJHBarclay James Harvest (English pop group)
BJHBritish Journal of Haematology (UK)
BJHBethel Junior High
BJHBopp-Jancso-Heinzinger (potential function)
BJHBall Junior High (Anaheim, CA)
BJHBrookhurst Junior High (Anaheim, CA)
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In the early 1970s, Manchester's creative mantle passed to the Bee Gees, Barclay James Harvest and 10cc.
Disc one's eclectic mix includes Dirty Old Town by Ewan McColl & Peggy Seeger, Freddie and the Dreamers' debut hit If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody, Baby That's All by The Hollies, Crawling Up A Hill by John Mayall's Blues Breakers, Elkie Brooks' Nothing Left To Do But Cry, The Game Of Love from Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders, In The Meantime by Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames, The Spider And The Fly by Wynder K Frog, Geordie by The Dakotas, Herman's Hermits' This Door Swings Both Ways, Mocking Bird by Barclay James Harvest and Life Is A Minestrone by the brilliant 10cc.
It reads: "Time will see your tears run dry, There's a mocking bird singing songs in the trees." It is a lyric from English band Barclay James Harvest's Mocking Bird, Ms Hauser's favourite song.
This month, he's been gigging around the UK to mark the 40th anniverary of the Tom Robinson Band's debut album Power in the Darkness Tom, who is also a DJ on BBC Radio 6 Music, said: "I first played Glasgow in 1975 with my first band Cafe Society supporting Barclay James Harvest at The Apollo.
Legends such as Andy Fairweather Low, John Lee's Barclay James Harvest and Glenn Tilbrook will be performing at the Floral Pavilion with classical guitarist, Graham Anthony Devine, and the great Peter Asher and Albert Lee performing together in the Blue Lounge.
He is supporting The Enid, the prog rock band founded in 1973 by Robert John Godfrey who worked a lot with Barclay James Harvest.
He is supporting The Enid, the prog rock band founded in 1973 by Robert John Godfrey who worked a lot with Barclay James Harvest. That, too, came out of the gig at the Resonance Festival when Jack must have given a winning performance.
Other first dates at the venue in 1968 included Pink Floyd (Fri, Sep 13); Deep Purple (Fri, Sep 27); Barclay James Harvest (Fri, Oct 11) and Fleetwood Mac (Sun, Oct 27), Tyrannosaurus Rex (Sat, Nov 9); Jethro Tull (Sun, Nov 24) and Free (Sat, Dec 28).
Initially, he busked to make ends meet and it was a chance discovery while playing to passersby that got him a spot on BBC TV and subsequently a UK tour as opening act for Barclay James Harvest. It was to be the first of many support slots.
It's a god's gift, I don't know how I do it or why I do it but it happens.'' Between 1968 and 1971 Robert was musical director with Barclay James Harvest, but says he was forced out of band.
There's lots of gentle laments, vocal harmonies and subtle strings, rather like Barclay James Harvest and Fairport Convention.