Tuesday, 5 September 2017

Jane - Between Heaven And Hell (1977)


The sixth album from this German band.

The band was a quartet with a lineup of guitars, moog, percussions, bass, drums, keyboards and English vocals.

I have with joy been reviewing their first five albums for this blog and have really liked Jane and these five albums. And more Jane reviews/you will find the other reviews somewhere else in this blog too.

The time has come to Between Heaven And Hell. A very weighty album title. An album which starts with the tweny minutes long title-track. A track with a very good moog sound and theme. It is by far the best track on this album. It is a track which is somewhere between old Pink Floyd and symphonic prog. Thumbs up for that track.

The second track Twilight is a much more hard rocking themed track, clocking in at nine minutes. The two final tracks sees the band moving towards German rock. Mainstream German rock, that is. Those two tracks are throw-away tracks. 

The first half an hour of this thirty-eight is good to very good. The rest is not good. This is still an album well worth checking out and a good album too. Oh yeah, I like the good company of Jane.

3 points

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