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Earth And Fire - To The World Of The Future mp3 album

Earth And Fire - To The World Of The Future mp3 album Performer: Earth And Fire
Title: To The World Of The Future
Style: Prog Rock
Date of release: 1975
Country: Japan
Size MP3: 1402 mb
Size FLAC: 1294 mb
Rating: 4.6

Earth and Fire is the first studio album by the Dutch symphonic rock band Earth and Fire. Released in 1970, the album contains the first single "Seasons" written by Golden Earring singer and guitarist George Kooymans. The cover of the UK release was created by English artist Roger Dean. Other singles released are "Ruby Is the One" and "Wild and Exciting". Wild and Exciting (Chris and Gerard Koerts) – 4:06. Twilight Dreamer (C. Koerts) – 4:18. Ruby Is the One (C. Koerts) – 3:28.

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.

Earth & Fire-1975- To The World Of The Future – To The World Of The Future, 11:28. Earth & Fire-1975- To The World Of The Future The Last Seagull. Earth & Fire-1975- To The World Of The Future To The World Of The Future. Earth & Fire-1975- To The World Of The Future Love Of Life.

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Excerpts From "To The World Of The Future". Written-By – Chr. Koerts, G. Koerts, H. Ziech, J. Kaagman, T. Hurts, T. .

Earth And Fire 4CD SET (S/T Marching Song Children Atlantis World Of The Future). 1973 followup to "Song of the Marching Children", but I felt it was just a notch down. The album, entitled "Atlantis", of course, is a concept album on the rise and destruction of Atlantis (something ELOY would do four years later for their album "Ocean"). This album is pretty much in the same vein as its predecessor, so really little has changed in the band in those two years. Even the lineup is the same (Jerney Kaagman, twin brothers Chris and Gerard Koerts, bassist Hans Ziech, and drummer Ton .

To the World of the Future. Reality Fills Fantasy. Memories (Complete Album Collection).

Fueled by gems ranging from the sweaty funk of "Shining Star" and "Yearnin' Learnin'" to the gorgeous ballad "Reasons" and the unforgettable title song,.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 To The World Of The Future
Written-By – Ch. Koerts*, H. Ziech*
A2 How Time Flies
Written-By – T. v.d. Kleij*
A3 The Last Seagull
Written-By – Ch. Koerts*, G. Koerts*, Th. Hurts*
B1 Only Time Will Tell
Written-By – Ch. Koerts*, G. Koerts*, H. Ziech*
B2 Voice From Yonder
Written-By – Th. Hurts*
B3 Love Of Life
Written-By – Ch. Koerts*, G. Koerts*, H. Ziech*
B4 Circus
Written-By – G. Koerts*, J. Kaagman*

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Soundpush Studios
  • Published By – New Dayglow Music
  • Produced For – Red Bullet Productions
  • Lacquer Cut At – Phonodisc B.V.


  • Arranged By [Choir Arrangements] – Pete Souer*
  • Art Direction, Design – Cream
  • Congas – Neppy*
  • Engineer – Jan Audier, Jan Schuurman, John Sonneveld
  • Harp – T. Tieman van de Laars*
  • Photography By – Reinier Gerritsen
  • Producer – Jaap Eggermont


Similar to To The World Of The Future but no "Made in Holland" on the labels.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): AA 2925 033 1Y 1 (P) 1975 670
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B. stamped): AA 2925 033 2Y 1 (P) 1975 670
  • Rights Society: STEMRA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ERC-29245 Earth & Fire* To The World Of The Future ‎(CD, Album, RE) Polydor ERC-29245 Japan 1991
371 914-4 Earth And Fire To The World Of The Future ‎(CD, Album) Polydor 371 914-4 France 2012
ERLCD 006 Earth And Fire To The World Of The Future ‎(CD, Album) European Rock Legends ERLCD 006 Russia Unknown
ECLEC 2279 Earth & Fire* To The World Of The Future ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Unofficial) Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2279 Russia 2017
ECLEC 2279 Earth & Fire* To The World Of The Future ‎(CD, Album, RM) Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2279 UK 2011

User reviews
This is a transitional album for Earth & Fire as it's the first album to start showing a more disco leaning that the band would explore even more deeply so in the late '70s and even into the early '80s. This was the very first Earth & Fire album I ever heard, my father bought a copy in a Eugene, Oregon record store around 1984, not likely aware what he was getting (perhaps he liked the cover), or he had them mistook for Earth, Wind & Fire (whose albums are MUCH easier to get a hold of in the States). So as a kid, I knew this would never fly over with American listeners, but I imagined they had to be big in Holland, and as it turns out (many years later) I was right. But I did like the European vibe of the album. The title track is the lengthiest piece on the who album, and the disco tendencies show up. Synths are more dominate. But the prog elements are still there, especially with the guitar solo that reminds me of Focus (I believe singer Jerney Kaagman was dating Focus bassist Bert Ruiter at the time, who eventually joined Earth & Fire after Focus broke up). "How Time Flies" is a sensitive ballad with harp, although Solina String synth and Mellotron are also used. "The Last Seagull" was another direction Earth & Fire was experimenting with here (and they never did afterwards) and that's fusion. It starts off with the sound of seagulls and ocean waves (probably produced off synths), before synth bass and electric piano kicks on. "Only Time Will Tell" harkens back to the older sound, wouldn't be out of place on Atlantis. Unsurprisingly this was released as a single. "Voice From Yonder" is a real interesting one, where the band includes a seance being conducting as part of the music. It's an interesting experiment and I like it. "Love of Life" was already released as a single the previous year and it showed clearly the more synth-dominated direction the band was heading. Honestly I would have loved that single's B-side "Tuffy the Cat" to have been included on the album, but knowing Earth & Fire was also a singles band, B-sides were not generally included on their regular LPs. "Circus" is the closing piece, which still shows the Earth & Fire was still doing progressive rock. Unsurprisingly the music frequently has a circus vibe going on. While Song of the Marching Children and Atlantis are must haves for progheads, this one is also worth getting, but watch out: later albums are more mainstream and commercial.