Deluxe three CD + NTSC/Region 0 DVD edition. Features an additional 33 bonus tracks drawn from new 5. 1 surround sound and stereo mixes from the original multi-track master tapes, BBC radio sessions from 1968 and 1971, and non-album singles along with the 1968 short film Mr. Sunshine. The set also includes a lavishly illustrated 68-page book with previously unseen photographs and an essay by BJH specialists Keith and Monika Domone. Additionally, the set includes a facsimile of the 1970 Barclay James Harvest orchestral tour program and two facsimile press releases from 1968 and 1969, postcards and a replica 1968 record shop poster for the 'Early Morning' single. Digitally remastered and expanded edition of the legendary self-titled debut album by Barclay James Harvest. Their self-titled debut album was released in June 1970, and saw BJH successfully fuse an orchestra with rock to create a unique, sometimes pastoral, form of symphonic progressive rock. Produced by Norman Smith (also famed for his work with Pink Floyd and the Pretty Things), Barclay James Harvest was dominated by the twelve-minute epic 'Dark Now My Sky' and also featured such wonderful material as 'The Iron Maiden', 'Mother Dear', 'When the World Was Woken' and the fine rock tracks 'Taking Some Time On' and 'Good Love Child'. The album established Barclay James Harvest as a unique group and paved the way for a remarkable career and a catalog of music that continues to endure.