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3 ORIGINALS

Earth And Fire

Symphonic Prog


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3.06 | 6 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 1998

Songs / Tracks Listing

Tracks CD 1 (74:31):
1. "Atlantis" (32:56)
2. "To the World of the Future" (41:35)

Tracks CD 2 (69:27):
1. "Gate to Infinity" (34:22)
2. Hazy Paradise (3:46)
3. Mechanical lover (4:12)
4. Vivid shady land (4:11)
5. Lost forever (2:48)
6. From the end till the beginning (4:54)
7. Tuffy the cat (3:07)
8. Fun (3:39)
9. Thanks for the love (3:40)
10. What difference does it make (3:08)

Total Time: 143:58

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Line-up / Musicians

- Jerney Kaagman / lead vocals
- Ton van de Kleij / drums, percussion
- Chris Koerts / guitars, backing vocals
- Gerard Koerts / keyboards, guitar, Mellotron, backing vocals
- Hans Ziech / bass

Releases information

2xCD Polydor 557 947

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EARTH AND FIRE 3 Originals ratings distribution


3.06
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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
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Review by kenethlevine
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3 stars A double CD set containing 3 very different Earth and Fire albums and an album's worth of singles and B-sides, "3 Originals" is more than just an introduction to Earth and Fire. While it is missing arguably their best album, "Song of the Marching Children", it details the evolution or devolution of the band into pop and disco by the late 1970s, by way of "Atlantis", which could also be considered their best, the good "To the World of the Future", and the fair "Gate to Infinity". If you can get this set for about the same price as the first two albums, and don't mind some drivel, then by all means get it. Most of what you will like will be on the first CD anyway. The singles and B-sides are of limited interest but contain a few good songs like "Hazy Paradise" and "Vivid Shady Land", the show the band's propensity for psychedelia. Some of the songs sound more like 1960s holdovers, but no matter. "Earth and Fire" was a fairly unique band and "3 Originals" is all you need, and more, from the mid 1970s peak, and beyond.

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3 stars As a repackage of 1973's "Atlantis" (a symphonic progressive classic and easily ***** in every way), 1975's "To The World Of The Future" (a crossover album, with some excellent progressive moments but also straighter pop/rock - overall about ***) and 1977's "Gate To Infinity" (a sort of pop/prog ... (read more)

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