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Jade Warrior - We Are the One [Fifth Element] 1974/1998

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Jade Warrior - We Are the One [Fifth Element] 1974/1998

Archival material, originally recorded for Vertigo in 1973 with singer Glyn Havard. The band then lost their contract with Vertigo, which caused this music to remain unreleased until 1998. This is a companion disc to another archival release from the same period, Eclipse.

Line-up:
Tony Duhig - electric and acoustic guitars
John Field - flute, various percussive instruments
Glyn Haward - bass, vocals
Dave Duhig - electric guitar (Tony's blood brother)

Recorded at "Nova Sound" studio, London, in 1973.
Digitally remastered from original master tapes
by Denis Blackham at "Country Masters", in 1998.

After Jade Warrior's self-titled debut album (1971) and two following ("Released", 1972, and "Last Autumn's Dream", 1973) were released on the 'swirl' (old) Vertigo label, the band were at the peak of their creative activity in the first half of the 1970s, and prepared a whole double album for just about six months. The release of Jade Warrior's double LP did not, however, go in line with Vertigo's swirl strategy, and then the band members have logically decided to offer Vertigo to halve that "double" material and release it as two separate LPs: first "Eclipse" (in 1973), then "Fifth Element" (in 1974). Sad to know that as a result all ideas, searches for compromise settlements along with both LPs and the band itself were killed by the 'swirl' people at "Vertigo"

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