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Earth & Fire - Memories album flac Performer: Earth & Fire
Title: Memories
Style: Prog Rock
Released: 1972
Country: Turkey
MP3 album: 1312 mb
FLAC album: 1744 mb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: WAV WMA DTS AU APE AHX MIDI
Genre: Rock

Album Song of the Marching Children. If you have been away and left this world behind So fare away, no problems on your mind Alone again, feeling very sad Left with your memories If you have been away and made a lot of fun No place to stay, always on the run Alone again, feeling very sad Left with your memories Is it really worth-while? Is it really worth-while? Now if you've been away and wandered on the shores Games to play, so what you've been looking for? Alone again, feeling very sad Left with your memories Left with your memories Left.

CD02/Earth and Fire - Song of the Marching Children. CD02/Song of the Marching Children. CD04/Earth and Fire - To The World Of The Future. CD04/To The World Of The Future.

Earth and Fire were a Dutch progressive and symphonic rock band who over time evolved into a pop group. Formed in the Netherlands by twin brothers Chris and Gerard Koerts, and most popular in the 1970s when fronted by singer Jerney Kaagman, Earth and Fire had many chart topping hits in the Netherlands and elsewhere in Europe, though they never gained much popularity in England or the Americas.

Bonus CD More Earth And Fire. 10-1 Hazy Paradise 10-2 Mechanical Lover 10-3 Invitation 10-4 Song Of The Marching Children - Single Version 10-5 Storm And Thunder - Single Version 10-6 Lost Forever 10-7 Memories 10-8 From The End Till The Beginning 1 Tuffy The Cat 10-10 Fun 10-11 Thanks For The Love 10-12 Excerpts From To The World. Of The Future 10-13 What Difference Does It Make 10-14 What Difference Does It Make - Instrumental 10-15 De Tijd Zegt Niets 10-16 Love Is An Ocean (Promo 12 Inch Version) 10-17 Love Is An Ocean - Instrumental 10-18 Jerney’s Day-Off

And of course, "Memories" itself found itself into tons of Earth & Fire compilations, in fact no Earth & Fire compilation should be complete without it. The reason I'm even mentioning this single, is it's a non-album single, released in between Song of the Marching Children and Atlantis, and not too surprising, very much in the same style. In fact, the German version of Song of the Marching Children included "Memories"

0102-earth and fire-twilight dreamer. 0103-earth and fire-ruby is the one. 0104-earth and fire-you know the way. 0105-earth and fire-vivid shady land. 0106-earth and fire-21st century show. 0107-earth and fire-seasons. 0108-earth and fire-love quiver. 0109-earth and fire-whats your name. 0201-earth and fire-carnival of the animals.

Album, 1970, Polydor. 1. Wild and Exciting. 6. Atlantis (g from Inside the Earth). 7. Atlantis (Epilogue/Don't Know). 8. Maybe Tomorrow, Maybe Tonight. 9. From the End Till the Beginning. 10.

Earth & Fire Album Cover Art. Earth and Fire. 2 Maybe Tomorrow, Maybe Tonight.

Tracks 1 to 9 originally released as the LP "Earth And Fire" in 1970. Tracks 10 to 18 are taken from singles (1970-1976): 10 originally released as single B-side CBS 5098 in 1970. 11 originally released as single B-side CBS 4832 in 1970. Earth And Fire ‎(Cass, Album, Ora).

Tracklist

A Memories
B From The End Till The Beginning

Companies, etc.

  • Produced For – Red Bullet Productions
  • Published By – Dayglow Music
  • Pressed By – Phonodisc B.V.
  • Lacquer Cut At – Phonodisc B.V.

Credits

  • Engineer – Jan Schuurman
  • Music By – Ch. Koerts*, G.Koerts* (tracks: A)
  • Producer – Jaap Eggermont
  • Words By – Ch. Koerts*, G.Koerts*, H.W. Ziech*

Notes

Label variation 1: see pictures.
For label variation 2 ; Earth & Fire* - Memories

LP van Earth And Fire In Prachtige Klaphoes
Song Of The Marching Children
bestelnummer 2925 003

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A Etched Variant 1): AA 2050 179 1W 2 670 119 06
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B Etched Variant 1): AA 2050 179 2W 1 670 11 06
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A Stamped Variant 2): AA 2050 179 1W 2 670 114 06
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B Stamped Variant 2): AA 2050 179 2W 1 670 1111 06
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A Stamped Variant 3): AA 2050 179 1W 2 670 1 06
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B Stamped Variant 3): AA 2050 179 2W 1 670 1 06
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A stamped variant 4): AA 2050 179 1W 2 670 1115 06
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B stamped variant 4): AA 2050 179 2W 1 670 1120 06
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): 2050 179-1W
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): 2050 179-2W
  • Rights Society: STEMRA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
2050 179 Earth & Fire* Memories ‎(7", Single) Polydor 2050 179 Turkey Unknown
2050 179 Earth And Fire Memories ‎(7") Polydor 2050 179 Israel Unknown
2121 122 Earth & Fire* Memories ‎(7", Single) Polydor 2121 122 France 1972
DP 1866 Earth And Fire Memories ‎(7", Single) Polydor DP 1866 Japan 1972
2050 179 Earth And Fire Memories ‎(7", Single) Polydor 2050 179 Germany 1972


Comments: (2)
Mr_Jeйson
I am generally a person who don't buy singles, but I would if it includes non-album cuts (Rare Bird's "Sympathy" includes "Devil's High Concern", a non-album cut, which is why I bought that one too). At least with Earth & Fire, many of their non-album singles have ended up on compilations and CD reissues so you don't have to go without if you don't own a turntable or don't collect singles. "Memories" is one of those non-albums singles Earth & Fire released. I have to say "Memories" is simply one of their finest singles ever. It was even a number one Dutch hit. I really love this song, with those wonderful Mellotron passages, plus Jerney Kaagman's voice. It's also very catchy, no wonder why this did so well in Holland! Of course, there's that uniquely Dutch feel to their music that wouldn't fly over too well in America. Living in America, I have tell people they are not to be confused with Earth, Wind & Fire, they might have similar names, but they're hardly the same (EW&F is American, and the only thing both E&F and EW&F had in common was their exploration into disco in the late '70s, although E&F's style was more like ABBA by that time than anything EW&F would come up with). Check out the flip side, "From the End 'till the Beginnig". This is much further into King Crimson territory. The vocals start off not unlike something off Islands, and there is just a ton of insane use of Mellotron playing from Gerard Koerts, including pitch bending. In the world of prog, when Mellotron gets brought up when keyboardists are concerned, Mike Pinder is brought up, naturally, Tony Banks, Rick Wakeman, Robert Fripp (and also Ian McDonald), perhaps Thomas Johnson of Anglagard, but never Gerard Koerts. One listen to this, or their following LP, Atlantis and you'll see that Chris Koerts sure gave some killer Mellotron work. While most prog rock fans have an aversion to singles, thinking it's much more commercially-inclined, Earth & Fire's singles at that time were very much in line what they were doing on LP, and "Memories" proves that.
santa
I just discovered this band by hearing "Memories" as my very first song by them. I loved it and the singer! Now I feel excited to explore their whole discography. It's pretty cool that their Dutch, from the Netherlands! And they are indeed somewhat different to your usual progressive 70's rock band. Very nice review on the "Memories" single!