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Fire Water Earth & Air
Jane
Fire Water Earth & Air
Genre: Rock
 
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Krautrocker's 1975 album for Brain. Includes 'Air (Let The Sunshine In)', 'Water (Keep On Rollin')', 'Fire (You Give Me Some Sweet Lovin')' & 'Earth' (Angel). 7 tracks.

      
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All Artists: Jane
Title: Fire Water Earth & Air
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Universal/Brain
Release Date: 9/21/1995
Album Type: Import
Genre: Rock
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Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 042283174825, 600753180945, 766489268620, 042283174825

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Krautrocker's 1975 album for Brain. Includes 'Air (Let The Sunshine In)', 'Water (Keep On Rollin')', 'Fire (You Give Me Some Sweet Lovin')' & 'Earth' (Angel). 7 tracks.

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Essential Jane
Paul Watson | Ireland | 11/05/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This album, along with the "Live at Home" album are the 2 most essential albums by Jane. Whats more, it is on the legendary "Brain" label. I don't totally agree with the other reviewer about the German accent though. If you want to hear a nauseating German accent, check out the Band Solar Project and the CD Force Majeure. That album, strangely enough, is also heavily Floydish with great musicianship, but ruined by the vocals. I can't say the same with this one though. Klaus Hess (Guitar and vocals) is the essential piece in the Jane jigsaw. The guitar-keyboard interplay is stunning. Peter Panka (Drums) is the Andy Powell (Of Wishbone Ash) of Jane in the sense that he has stayed in the band for so long with numerous line-ups, and we have been addressed by the names of "Peter Panka's Jane", "Lady Jane" etc. This CD is made up of 3 parts, but is subdivided. My only criticism is the length of the CD at only around 32 minutes. As I mentioned at the top of my review, go for the "Live at Home" CD from 1977 and you will get the full picture of this once great band."
Kraut Rock Floyd Style
Paul Watson | 05/29/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This work of art is the closest thing to Pink Floyd I have ever heard! Except for the German accent you would think it was Pink Floyd. A must for any Floyd enthusiest."