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Formed in 1979 in Hanover, Germany.There is little known about this band and even the internet comes up with limited resources, suffice to say they fit comfortably within the Crossover progressive genre with a simple yet convincing blend of progressive sound. The one album released in 1980 called One The Window does have guest musicians from both Eloy and Efendi's Garden. The known line up is:

Manfred Wieczorke (keyboards), Jutta Garrattoni (vocals), Peter Ludwig (guitar), Heinz Alberding (saxophone), Hasso Anhoek (timbales, congas), Jürgen Baumann (keyboards), David Hanselmann (vocals), Florian V. Hofen (bass, vocals), Rudi Kädling (drums), Sandy Nedde (guitar), Heiner Schädel (vocals)

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2.04 | 5 ratings
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 On The Wind by FIREHORSE album cover Studio Album, 1980
2.04 | 5 ratings

On The Wind
Firehorse Crossover Prog

Review by Marty McFly
Special Collaborator Errors and Omissions Team

2 stars 1980s, bad era for Prog. That's a mantra we all here know. Drenching the sound in strong basses and nostalgic keyboards doesn't usually help either, as in the very same way - simple sound and total drowning in melodic lines.

There is not much special about this extremely rare, bad quality sounding album from the dark era and you won't miss much if you pass on this one, because lyrics aren't exactly clever as well. It's actually quite sad, because this album is bad and is forgotten at the same time, so gold diggers, carcass scavengers, move on to other gems, you won't find happiness here.

For those who want to stick to it, I can say that it is average album at best, with most of tracks being listen-able.

2(+), sub par.

Thanks to chris s for the artist addition.

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