Ring of Changes is the twelfth studio album by British rock band Barclay James Harvest, released in 1983.
Les Holroyd – bass, keyboards, guitars, vocals
John Lees – guitars, vocals
Mel Pritchard – drums, percussion
"Special Guest Musician" on Ring of Changes was Bias Boshell, founder member of English folk band Trees, working with Barclay James Harvest for the first time. The orchestration on "Fifties Child" and "Paraiso Dos Cavalos" was arranged by Pip Williams and performed by the New World Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by David Katz. Kevin McAlea played keyboards on "Midnight Drug" and Henry Morris provided "occasional backing vocals".
Produced by Pip Williams
Engineered by Gregg Jackman
Recorded digitally at Far Studios, Frankfurt and mixed at RAK Studios, London
Assistant engineer – Chris Dickie
Mastered at Strawberry Mastering by Melvyn Abrahams
Concept and design – Alwyn Clayden & David Walker
Art direction and supervision – Alwyn Clayden
Photography – Tony Latham, Alwyn Clayden & Bob Norris
Creative assistance and artwork – Main Titles Associates
Retouching – Wade Wood
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