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Roy Harper - Flat Baroque and Berserk (2004) Retail CD
Less idiosyncratic than its predecessors, this is a stunning album of mainly acoustic songs (Hell's Angels is the head-banging exception) which propelled Roy into the forefront of the "slightly mad singer-songwriter" genre. It kicks off in robust style with a kind of cowboy lament by Judas Iscariot no less ("Don't You Grieve") then we have one of Roy's famous semi-stoned rambles leading up to his epic cry of outrage "I Hate the White Man", one of the bravest songs ever recorded. After that titanic piece the album wanders around in a relaxed manner through some very pretty, reflective songs ("Anothermore… Day" is a total heartbreaker and "Song of the Ages" has some beautiful harp playing) before Roy straps on his Les Paul and joins up with The Nice for the crunching, screaming, demented work-out that is "Hell's Angels". Great stuff; one of Roy's best. "Stormcock" is THE best.
|1||Don't You Grieve|
|2||I Hate The White Man|
|3||Feeling All The Saturday|
|4||How Does It Feel To Feel|
|8||East Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon)|
|9||Tom Tiddler's Ground|
|11||Song Of The Ages|
- Roy Harper - Flat Baroque and Berserk (2004) Retail CD
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