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3.09 | 18 ratings | 2 reviews | 11% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1998

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. English morning
2. Sanga
3. Too many heroes
4. Song for a soldier
5. Maenga sketch
6. Holy roller
7. House of dreams

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Line-up / Musicians

- Tony Duhig / guitars
- Jon Field / percussion, flutes
- Glyn Havard / bass, vocals
- Allan Price / drums
- David Duhig / guitar

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JADE WARRIOR Eclipse ratings distribution


3.09
(18 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(11%)
11%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(28%)
28%
Good, but non-essential (44%)
44%
Collectors/fans only (11%)
11%
Poor. Only for completionists (6%)
6%

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Review by soundsweird
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3 stars I can see why this effort was shelved at the time it was recorded. There are a few decent tracks, so buy it if you can find an inexpensive copy. Intriguing, since it's the missing link (along with "Fifth Element") between "Last Autumn's Dream" and "Floating World". Very little of it sounds like "Floating World", though. To be honest, this album and "Fifth Element" seem to harken back to the most basic type of rock material that appeared on the first three albums.

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Posted Tuesday, December 21, 2004

Review by Eetu Pellonpää
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3 stars If you like to follow the musical evolvement of this band, you should place this album behind "Last Autumn's Dream" in their discography, as it was recorded originally after that release. I'm more fond of the material this band did before year 1974, when they moved to Island label and started to do long instrumental suites (though they are quite nice too). I had heard some of these songs from the "Reflections" compilation, which is now quite futile album as this album is posthumously completely released.

The record opens hazily with "English Morning", which is a very good classic psych folk performance. I really appreciate like the delicate manner how these guys manage to paint feelings with their instruments, being a true album highlight. "Sanga" is then a happy instrumental number with some African drumming, fuzzy guitars and jazzy flutes. "Too Many Heroes" is a decent bluesy rock song, and "Song for A Soldier" is psychedelic some sort of anti-war song, quite interesting and different. There are some personal rhythm patterns done with bells on it, and they are contrasted with very raw rock parts. "Maenga Sketch" has more cool surrealistic sound walls on its beginning, from where a long jam sequence emerges. This too is fun to listen, but there's bit pointless playing going on also I fear, and the jams on "Released" worked much better in my opinion. I also must admit that "Holy Roller" was not a very good track. Luckily the final long song "House of Dreams" is again very good, slow and hypnotic classic Jade Warrior performance.

There are lots of nice elements and good playing to be heard on this album, but it's not as good as the other early 1970's recordings I believe. This album is mostly for the fans of the band, but not possibly poor introduction to the sound of this group either.

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Posted Friday, May 26, 2006

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