Another Day (Roy Harper song)

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"Another Day"
Song by Roy Harper from the album Flat Baroque and Berserk
Released 1970
Recorded September 1969, Abbey Road Studios, London, England
Genre Folk
Length 2:57
Label Harvest SHVL 766
Chrysalis CHR 1160
Science Friction HUCD003
Writer Roy Harper
Producer Peter Jenner

"Another Day" is a song by Roy Harper from his album Flat Baroque and Berserk.[1]

The song has been covered several times by numerous artists including Susanna and the Magical Orchestra from the album 3, This Mortal Coil featuring the vocals of Elizabeth Fraser on the album It'll End in Tears. The song was covered as a duet by Kate Bush and Peter Gabriel in her 1979 television special,[2] and later by This Mortal Coil on their 1984 album It'll End in Tears. The cover by Bush led to collaboration with Harper in 1980; he singing backing vocals on her song "Breathing" and she duetting on the track "You" on Harpers album The Unknown Soldier.[3]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Murphy, Peter. "The rough guide to rock".
  2. ^ "Rock Cafe 2000, Stourbridge". Retrieved 2008-05-12. 
  3. ^ "Roy Harper Biography". Retrieved 2010-11-10. 

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