Earth & Fire: Earth & Fire

Earth & Fire SKU: 41101094
Earth & Fire: Earth & Fire

Earth & Fire: Earth & Fire

Earth & Fire SKU: 41101094

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Earth & Fire
Artist: Earth & Fire
Label: Akarma Italy
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 8026575384118
Genre: Rock

Earth and Fire were one of the leading Dutch progressive rock groups with female singers as can be heard on this, their debut album recorded in 1969. They had a powerful sound and their strong compositions were always based on inspired and highly memorable melodies. Their debut-album is progressive rock in a less symphonic and slightly rougher vein than later albums. Some of the tracks ("Wild and Exciting" and "Love Quiver") even borders on heavy progressive. There was no Mellotron in their sound yet, but Gerard Koerts excellent use of flute, organ and vibes took care of the band's progressive sound already in this early state of their career.


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