Top Roy Harper Albums
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I'm Not Gone Yet
I'm Not Gone Yet
[2020]
Return of the Sophisticated Begger
Return of the Sophisticated Begger
[2018]
Man and Myth
Man and Myth
[2013]
The Roy Harper Collection
The Roy Harper Collection
[2012]
Flat Baroque and Berserk
Flat Baroque and Berserk
[2011]
Songs of Love and Loss
Songs of Love and Loss
[2011]
Songs of Love and Loss, Vol. 1 & 2
Songs of Love and Loss, Vol. 1 & 2
[2011]
China Girl
China Girl
[2008]
Return of the Sophisticated Beggar
Return of the Sophisticated Beggar
[2007]
The Passions of Great Fortune, Vol. 1
The Passions of Great Fortune, Vol. 1
[2005]
Counter Culture
Counter Culture
[2005]
The Unknown Soldier
The Unknown Soldier
[1999]
The Dream Society
The Dream Society
[1998]
Death Or Glory
Death Or Glory
[1992]
Born In Captivity
Born In Captivity
[1989]
Garden of Uranium
Garden of Uranium
[1988]
Jugula
Jugula
[1985]
Bullinamingvase
Bullinamingvase
[1977]
HQ
HQ
[1975]
Valentine
Valentine
[1974]
Flashes From the Archives of Oblivion
Flashes From the Archives of Oblivion
[1974]
Lifemask
Lifemask
[1973]
Stormcock
Stormcock
[1971]
Come Out Fighting Ghengis Smith
Come Out Fighting Ghengis Smith
[1968]
Sophisticated Beggar
Sophisticated Beggar
[1967]
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Acapulco Gold Advertisement (another Intentional Irrelevent Suicide) Ageing Raver All Ireland All You Need Is Angel Of The Night Another Day Bad Speech Bank Of The Dead Berliners (a Better World) Big Fat Silver Aeroplane Black Clouds (2011) Blackpool Breakfast With You Burn The World Cardboard City Casualty Cherishing The Lonesome China Girl Circle Cloud Cuckooland Commune Cora Dancing All The Night Davey Descendants Of Smith Desert Island Don't You Grieve Drawn To The Flames Drugs For Everybody Duty East Of The Sun Elizabeth Evening Star Exercising Some Control Feeling All The Saturday First Thing In The Morning For Longer Than It Takes Forbidden Fruit Forever Forget Me Not Francesca Frozen Moment Garden Of Uranium Ghost Dance Girlie (2011) Goldfish Goodbye Government Surplus Grown Ups Are Just Silly Children Hallucinating Light Hangman Hell's Angels Highway Blues Hope Hors D'oeuvres How Does It Feel Hup Hup Spiral I Am A Child I Hate The White Man I Still Care I Wanna Be Part Of The News I Want To Be In Love I'll See You Again I'm In Love With You If If I Can In A Beautiful Rambling Mess Jack Of Hearts January Man Laughing Inside Legend Liquorice Alltime Little Lady Loony On The Bus Maile Lei Male Chauvinist Pig Blues Man Kind Mcgoohan's Blues Me And My Woman Miles Remains Mr. Station Master My Friend Naked Flame Next To Me Nineteen Forty-eightish No Change (ten Years Ago) North Country Nowhere To Run October Twelfth Old Faces On Summer Day Once One For All One Man Rock And Roll Band One More Tomorrow One Of Those Days In England One Of Those Days In England, Pts. 2-10 Pinches Of Salt Playing Games Playing Prison Referendum Sail Away Same Shoes Sgt. Sunshine She's The One Short And Sweet Sleeping At The Wheel Song Of The Ages Sophisticated Beggar South Africa Square Boxes Still Life Ten Years Ago The Apology The Black Cloud Of Islam The Dream Society The Flycatcher The Fourth World The Game The Lord's Prayer The Methane Zone The Monster The Plough The Same Old Rock The Spirit Lives The Tallest Tree The Unknown Soldier The War Came Home Tonight These Last Days Tom Tiddler's Ground Twelve Hours Of Sunset Twentieth Century Man Waiting For Godot Part Zed Watford Gap What You Have When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease Winds Of Change Work Of Heart You Don't Need Money
Related Information for Roy Harper
Roy Harper (born 12 June 1941) is an English folk / rock singer-songwriter and guitarist who has been a professional musician since the mid 1960s. He has released a large catalogue of albums as an artist (22 studio albums and 12 live albums) and his influence has been acknowledged by many musicians including Jimmy Page and Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin (who named the song "Hats Off to (Roy) Harper" after him), Pink Floyd (who invited him to sing guest lead vocals on their song "Have a Cigar"), Pete Townshend of The Who, Kate Bush, and Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull, who is on record as saying that Harper has been his "primary influence as an acoustic guitarist and songwriter".Few survivors from the golden ag... read more