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Octoberon Original recording remastered
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Top Customer Reviews
Anyway, buy this album if only to hear some of the best work of one of most underated guitarists in British rock.
If you're just interested in the bonus tracks then I'd save your money. To be honest I couldn't tell much difference from the original versions, with the exception of the TOTP recording of Rock 'n' Roll Star. In fact I began to think they'd put the same tracks on twice by mistake.
Highly recommended for the sound improvement but loses a star for the bonus tracks.
Amongst my Yes, ELP, Genesis and Camel (along with Rush and Zeppelin) there lurked some BJH.
This is one of their finest hours and the remaster is superb.
After the disappointment of "North" its nice to revisit the real sound of BJH.
Sometimes its better for bands to draw a line under their career.
This is the band at their peak.
BJH never did hit the really big time, but they came close. In 2014, mention of BJH may get the reply "Who?" but back inn the 1970s, BHJ was a significant player. This release on CD, which has been out for a while now, offers a chance for us older folks to listen back to what was, and what might have been.,
Yes, 'Octoberon' is an album ripe for lampooning along with those of us who like it, but for all its little niggles, I won't apologise for likng it a lot.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
my second favorite album of radio Caroline pirate radio personal top 100 all time Albums back in late '70s. Read morePublished 14 months ago by jim
The first few tracks take some serious listening but "side 2" is much easier on the ear. An interesting addition to any music collectionPublished 15 months ago by malcolm walker
Octoberon is notable for two (or should that be one and a half) of BJH's best songs. May Day and Suicide? rank with the best the band ever came up with. Suicide? Read morePublished on 12 May 2014 by Peter Steward
1976 punk just emerging and barclay James harvest get there biggest studio album chart placing , for me not as good as gone to earth or time honoured ghosts but still a solid album... Read morePublished on 1 April 2014 by r j bonington
Not the best bjh album but still very good with classic songs like the world goes on
and suicide woolys ra is good to
This was the first LP I had of BJH and is always special to me.
Worth the upgrade to CD i.m.o.