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Digitally re-mastered and expanded edition of the Dutch Rock band's 1971 album featuring six bonus tracks. Earth and Fire are legends of the Dutch Rock scene, first making an impression with their debut single "Seasons" in 1969. They quickly established themselves as an international act thanks to the excellence of their material and the powerful vocals of Jenny Kaagman. In 1971 the band released arguably their finest work, Song of the Marching Children, a Mellotron soaked masterpiece that was a major selling album throughout Europe. Esoteric.
Digitally re-mastered and expanded edition of the Dutch Rock band's 1971 album featuring six bonus tracks. Earth and Fire are legends of the Dutch Rock scene, first making an impression with their debut single "Seasons" in 1969. They quickly established themselves as an international act thanks to the excellence of their material and the powerful vocals of Jenny Kaagman. In 1971 the band released arguably their finest work, Song of the Marching Children, a Mellotron soaked masterpiece that was a major selling album throughout Europe. Esoteric.
5013929724723
Earth & Fire - Song Of The Marching Children [Import]

Details

Format: CD
Label: ESOTERIC
Catalog: ECLEC2147
Rel. Date: 09/22/2009
UPC: 5013929724723

Song Of The Marching Children [Import]
Artist: Earth & Fire
Format: CD
New: Available In Store $20.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Carnival of the Animals
2. Ebb Tide
3. Storm and Thunder
4. In the Mountains
5. Song of the Marching Children
6. Invitation
7. Song of the Marching Children (Single Version)
8. Storm and Thunder (Single Version)
9. Lost Forever 1
10. Memories 1
11. From the End 'Til the Beginning

More Info:

Digitally re-mastered and expanded edition of the Dutch Rock band's 1971 album featuring six bonus tracks. Earth and Fire are legends of the Dutch Rock scene, first making an impression with their debut single "Seasons" in 1969. They quickly established themselves as an international act thanks to the excellence of their material and the powerful vocals of Jenny Kaagman. In 1971 the band released arguably their finest work, Song of the Marching Children, a Mellotron soaked masterpiece that was a major selling album throughout Europe. Esoteric.
        
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