The Barclay Stars - Guitars Unlimited mp3 album
Complete your The Guitars Unlimited collection.
The group's first album was called Guitars Unlimited, and from then on the ensemble was known as Guitars Unlimited, ostensibly to compete in the . market, since the Barclay label was virtually meaningless in the States.
Barclay guitars were typically entry level guitars with shorter scale necks aimed at beginners. Source: Blue Book of Guitar Values.
Once Again was the second album released by Barclay James Harvest, in early 1971. It is generally regarded as one of their strongest efforts, featuring powerful, epic tracks such as "Song For Dying", "She Said", and "Mocking Bird", one of their best-known songs. As was the case with their other early albums, it was recorded with a full orchestra.
Posted by Magix on Mon, 07/30/2007 - 09:42. I have an electric Barclay guitar also. It looks like a Fender Stratocaster to m. o numbers on it,I bought it in Romania in 1996. The quality it's very very good. But i have no idea about the origin and the maker of this guitar. Posted by josh on Wed, 07/11/2007 - 20:45. Posted by stratmangler on Wed, 03/07/2007 - 17:24. I have found a Barclay guitar.
I'm Mark Barclay I am a luthier at Gordon Smith guitars and study Musical Instruments at London Met, I have set up this page.
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Soloist – Franck Houplain, Pierre CullazWritten By – Neal Hefti
Written By – Frank Foster
Written By – Duke Ellington
|A4||Flight To The Foo-Birds
Soloist – Francis Le Maguer, Paul PiguillemWritten By – Neal Hefti
|A5||In A Mellow Tone
Written By – Duke Ellington, Milt Gabler
Soloist – Francis Le Maguer, Paul Piguillem, Pierre Cullaz, Raymond Gimenes, René Urtreger, Victor ApicellaWritten By – Jimmy Giuffre
|B2||April In Paris
Soloist – Victor ApicellaWritten By – E.Y. Harburg, Vernon Duke
Soloist – Victor ApicellaWritten By – Duke Ellington
|B4||Take The A Train
Written By – Billy Strayhorn
Soloist – Francis Le Maguer, Paul Piguillem, Pierre CullazWritten By – Johnny Mercer, Ralph Burns, Woody Herman
|B6||Opus De Funk
Soloist – Francis Le Maguer, Raymond GimenesWritten By – B. F. Wood, Horace Silver
- Bass – Guy Pedersen, Paul Rovère
- Drums – Franck Houplain
- Guitar – Francis Le Maguer, Paul Piguillem, Pierre Cullaz, Raymond Gimenez*
- Guitar, Bass – Victor Apicella
- Liner Notes – Sacha Distel
- Piano – Jacques Danjean, Raymond Le Sénéchal
NotesStandard US white label promo release.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): C-12413-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): C-12414-B
|BB 101||The Guitars Unlimited||Les Guitars Unlimited (LP, Album)||Barclay||BB 101||France||1965|
|SD 33-194||The Barclay Stars||Guitars Unlimited (LP, Album)||ATCO Records||SD 33-194||US||1966|
|82 386||The Guitars Unlimited||Guitars Unlimited (LP, Album, Gat)||Barclay||82 386||France||1965|
|SD 33-194||The Barclay Stars||Guitars Unlimited (LP, Album, Mono)||ATCO Records||SD 33-194||US||1966|
|14Y-645||The Barclay Stars||Guitars Unlimited (4-Trk, Album)||ATCO Records||14Y-645||US||1966|