Once (Roy Harper album)

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Once
Studio album by Roy Harper
Released 1990
Genre rock
Label IRS Records, Awareness Records
Producer Roy Harper
Roy Harper chronology
Loony on the Bus
(1988)
Once
(1990)
Death or Glory?
(1992)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Once is the sixteenth studio album by English rock/folk singer-songwriter Roy Harper, released in 1990.[2]

History[edit]

David Gilmour, Kate Bush, Nick Harper and Nigel Mazlyn Jones appear on the album, with Gilmour and Bush both on the title track.[3] Harper supported the release of the album by touring the UK. One of the concerts took place at the Dominion Theatre (a West End theatre on Tottenham Court Road in the London Borough of Camden) and was filmed. The concert took place on the 22 November 1990, the same night Margaret Thatcher announced her resignation as Prime Minister. The concert film was later released as Roy Harper Once - Live.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Once"
  2. "Once in the Middle of Nowhere"
  3. "Nowhere to Run to"
  4. "The Black Cloud of Islam"
  5. "If"
  6. "Winds of Change"
  7. "Berliners"
  8. "Sleeping at the Wheel"
  9. "For Longer Than it Takes"
  10. "Ghost Dance"


References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Allmusic entry for Once. Retrieved November 2009.
  3. ^ Miles, Barry; Andy Mabbett (1994). Pink Floyd the visual documentary ([Updated ed.] ed.). London :: Omnibus,. ISBN 0-7119-4109-2.