This album was originally released as 'Fire And Ice' in 1971 and is Demis Roussos' debut LP, recorded after the demise of Aphrodite's Child.
This album will come as a slight surprise to those accustomed to the MOR output with which he made his name, as it still carries traces of his previous group.
Much of the material has a distinctive Greek feel to it with subtle proggy touches in evidence throughout as Demis pursues a pop oriented direction with little to suggest the romantic direction he would pursue on his next LP 'Forever And Ever' (1973).
The album features his first European hit 'We Shall Dance', one of the few tracks to hint at what would come next as the bulk of the material sees Roussos almost carrying from where Aphrodite's Child left off, albeit it in a more commercial vein on a record which makes for an absorbing listen and, truth be told, is probably his best album.
A must have for Roussos fans which constantly surprises.