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  • Audio CD (14 Jun. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Repertoire Records
  • ASIN: B003L1N4TY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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this is a fantatic album, that welds, each period of JW together.
the vertigo years meet the classic island albums and then the independent releases.
with glyn back in the band it's moved on but is still so JW.
world meets ethnic jazz with some great heavy overtones, dave,s bass playing is awesome, all tied together by john.
words mean nothing, this is music buy it and listen.
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I would guess that anyone reading a Jade Warrior review would know what the album is about. Be happy in the knowledge that this album is well up to the usual high standard. Glyn Havard's voice (and songs) are a real treat and, where there was once beautiful pastoral music on one hand and Glyn's (shall we say) less restrained offerings, here we have the two sound worlds merging and complimenting each other.

I think I've loved pretty much everything I've heard by this band. This is no exception.
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I'm a different kind of reviewer here. I'd read about Jade Warrior in Sound on Sound, in the '80s, and was put off by how expensive the albums were. It wasn't the money so much as the principle! Consequence: I hadn't heard a bar of it until a few days ago (unless unknowingly and by accident). Imagine my surprise and delight then, as a basically intelligent and cultured muso!

What particularly grabs my about these guys, apart from the evident beauty of the music, is the way they have stuck to an agenda (the whole Jade Warrior thing) despite the years. I don't really have a point of reference for judging this album vis-a-vis albums from the '70s, and just hear first class music-making. They sound like a band full steam ahead with the Jade Warrior agenda and I'm assuming there will be more albums as good as this. Hope so!
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I have been a Jade Warrior fan since the 70,s any product these guy,s put out is excellent and Now is no exception fabulous.
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After finishing high school abroad, I came back to Oklahoma, took a chance on "Last Autumn's Dream" in the college record store, and stayed far afield. It was fall, and the first three Vertigo albums perfectly fit my mood--my wandering and wondering, the colors and smells of the season, the coolness of the air, the evenings. The Island records took me even further.

I still remember my disappointment at "Horizen": I wrote a couple of postcards to the band at the time complaining about this "movie soundtrack" music, which seemed such a debasement from what I'd been experiencing, and gave up on them. I didn't even know that "At Peace" existed until the CD age and I'd bought "Breathing the Storm" and "Distant Echoes."

In retrospect, I like "Horizen" exactly for what it is, a soundtrack with some wonderful guitar playing. I've often listened to "At Peace" because it represents and brings about peace. Both of these albums have a focus that the following albums lack.

Including "Now." Tony Duhig is terribly missed, the drama being supplied by Havard. If there's a problem with "Jade Warrior," "Released," and "Last Autumn's Dream," in my opinion, it's Havard's hard rock songs like 'Joanne' or 'Snakebite.' By another band, on other albums, they would have their place, but in this context it's a bit like 'Anarchy in the UK' appearing on "Veedon Fleece." Havard's anger and criticism, his relationship problems, seem out of place among the nature koans of 'Dragonfly Day,' 'Bride of Summer,' and 'Dark River.'

While "Now" is more integrated than those first three albums, it has that flaw. I keep waiting for the album to get itself together--the pieces of each song, the tempo shifts, the hard rock and the atmospherics.
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