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Earth And Fire


Symphonic Prog

3.50 | 132 ratings

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3 stars Earth & Fire is a band from Holland - from Hague city and deliver some very good symphonic progressive music. Founded by brothers Chris on guitar and Gerard on keybords in 1968. Atlantis is their third album and maybe along with the next one from 1975 the best from thier symphonic era. Later releases were more towards pop and the decline was at the door around late '70's. So Atlantis feature some nice compositions, the title track is around 17 minutes of pure symphonic prog and the best piece from here, another hit of that times and a tune chart for the band was Maybe tomorrow, maybe tonight, an almost a pop tune very positive and catchy, the rest of the pieces are ok . The music is dominated by keyboards and guitars and the fine and sweet voice of Jerney Kaagman. So a 3 star album for me, a good one but nothing groundbreaking for symphonic prog listners, only good to listen from time to time. Still recommended if you like the golden era of prog , the '70's.
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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