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3.71 | 152 ratings

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3 stars Germany's Jane have enjoyed a long and prolific career, selling large amounts of records not only in their homeland but throughout Europe. 1972's 'Together' is where it all started, with a sound influenced strongly by Pink Floyd that features a mixture of both prog and psychedelic elements flavoured with 1970's-style hard rock(early Deep Purple anyone?) and a hint of the blues. A likeable album, though one that is slightly derivative of Western psychedelic rock, Jane's debut should appeal to fans of Nektar, Uriah Heep, Frumpy and Black Widow, with the rock-solid mixture of Klaus Hess' soaring lead guitar, Werner Nadolny's nicely understated organ and Bernd Pulst's gruff vocals combining to well-worn effect. Groundbreaking it may not be, but both proggers and rockers should find this psych-tinged album satisfying enough. STEFAN TURNER, LONDON, 2010
stefro | 3/5 |


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