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EARTH AND FIRE

Earth and Fire

 

Symphonic Prog

3.35 | 48 ratings

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Stella
3 stars I've Repertoire REP 4318-WY.

Earth and Fire was the Dutch answer to Genesis and Pink Floyd but this first album isn't good for this operation. Great, in this album is Jerney Kaagman, great vocalist but the songs aren't totally Prog: too Rock. I prefer "Seasons", cover of Golden Erring's great songs, probably the best song of this album with "Ruby Is The One" (too Rock) and "Love Quiver". In this album keyboards aren't the key of sound because I think that key of sound are Kaagman's voice and Ton van der Kley's drums, due to sound production. True is the fact that also Chris Koerts' guitar is noticeable.

Strages, between bonus tracks, "Thanks For The Love" (great Funky Classic Rock) and "What Difference Does It Make" (Disco Rock music). But between Bonus Tracks are present two masterpiece songs: "Memories" and "Song For The Marching Children [single version]", so these songs could change the perception of the value of this release.

I don't have other of Earth and Fire and this "Earth and Fire" is not bad, at all. I think that "Earth and Fire" is noticeable as debut album. But all is in the fact that this album is a debut album.

Stella | 3/5 |

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