Harvest Time (CJT 002) 1976 UK *
All rock inﬂuences were left behind for this privately-released and immensely rare follow-up to Hill Climbing, the band opting instead to explore folk and classical themes yet still within a solidly progressive framework. Opens with a pair of dreamy folk ballads, ‘Wedding Song’ (not the Stookey tune) and the stunningly beautiful ‘Waiting For Another Day’. Listening to Bill Thorp’s passionate violin here it’s easy to see why he was accepted into the London Symphony Orchestra (so I’ve read). The medley ‘Scottish Suite’ follows with some fine. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
While I was searching for the song list for this album I sat some closed auctions where this album went for $1100 and $1500 and as low as about $350 USD. I also saw at one site that only 500 had been pressed. diakoneo
Thank you Brian for the rear cover photo.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-2||Waiting For Another Day||6:28|
|1-4||Patience (Is A Virtue)||3:15|