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  • Audio CD (28. März 1994)
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  • Label: Line (DA Music)
  • ASIN: B000002RJ4
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Von allen Art- und Progrock-Bands der frühen 70er Jahre waren sie....eine der seltsamsten mit ihrer Vision eines mittelalterlichen Japans und der afrikanisch-englisch geprägten Musik, die sie dazu spielten.

Nucleus' Rockjazz-Konzept mit Karl Jenkins, King Crimsons eruptives 21st Century Schizoid Man, die Konga getriebene, afrikabasierte Musik von Assagai und Osibisa, Softmachines eher flächiger, minimalistischer Jazzrock unter Karl Jenkins, die fast melancholisch singende Endlosschleifen-Gitarrenarbeit von Robert Fripps Gibson Les Paul auf den Island Aufnahmen King Crimsons, vor allem aber - in ihren wilden, freejazznahen Saxophon-Soli - die Nähe zu Chris McGregor's Brotherhood of Breath sowie das jazzige Ensemblespiel der frühen Graham Collier Band - auch das mit Karl J. - das waren so in etwa die musikalischen Koordinaten Jade Warriors, zumindest auf ihren ersten drei LPs.

Released ist von diesen drei LPs durch die Hinzunahme eines Drummers, vor allem aber des Lizard-Saxofonisten Dave Connors die ambitionierteste - und unbequemste, sperrigste ihrer Aufnahmen, angesiedelt zwischen sanftesten Balladen wie Yellow Eyes - ähnlich der Lady Of The Dancing Waters von King Crimson - bis hin zum Conga getrieben, von einem schneidenden Tenorsax bestimmten Three-Horned Dragon King, das dann aber auch prompt wieder an die Saxophonarbeit Ian McDonald's erinnert und Fripps Sailor's Tale Gitarrensolo auf Barasinbar. Der immer wieder durchscheinende King Crimson Bezug, könnte man meinen...

Falsch! Wie die oben vorgenommene Koordinatenfestlegung schon ausweist, gingen Jade Warriors Ambitionen weit darüber hinaus, amalgamierten etwas völlig Eigenständiges, irgendwie doch typisch Britisches, wenn auch mit afrikanischen Grundlagen.
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alles drin was ich an den frühen 70er mag - abwechslungsreiche instrumentierung (Flöte, Sax), unterlegt mit einem pulsierendem percussion-teppich, teilweise erstaunlich rockig (Three-Horned King), anderes sehr meditativ (Barazinbar, knappe 15 Minuten)

der Knaller: Minnamoto's Dream - Hardrock mit Sax, habs mir eben 20mal reingezogen, das Teil macht süchtig

Fazit: hört sich wesentlich reifer (griffiger) an als ihr Debut, wem 'Traffic' gefällt der sollte hier mal reinhören
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Underrated album by an unjustly overlooked band - 4 & 1/2 stars 18. Februar 2015
Von Tim Lukeman - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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While I bought Jade Warrior's 1st & 3rd albums when they originally came out, I missed "Released" until last year. Since it wouldn't be colored by the memories & nostalgia I have for those other albums, I wondered if it might prove to be a disappointing listen.

Well, not to worry! This is indeed prime Jade Warrior, evoking the same rush of enjoyment at the band's eclectic nature as "Jade Warrior" & "Last Autumn's Dream" did so long ago. They're still refining their sound, hence the 4-&-1/2 stars rather than 5 stars; but everything that made the band so wonderful & different is on display. "Barazinbar" may be the sticking point for some listeners, clocking in at nearly 15 minutes -- not everyone will tolerate that, though I find it works far better than many extended jams from that era, being much more jazz-inflected. "We Have Reason To Believe" is the band in its "let's get loaded & party" mode, which didn't always sound quite so convincing coming from them -- but I can't help but like it as guilty fun.

But the real magic is in the proto-world music/jazz/progressive-folk fusion of the rest of the album, with gorgeously fuzzy but shimmering electric guitar, esoteric & otherworldly lyrics that never tip over into empty bombast but retain a poetic gleam, and a superb use of flute & percussion. What makes Jade Warrior's music work is that their eclectic currents aren't slapped on at the last minute -- they're not mere glossy surface, but intricately woven into the heart of the songs. And they save the best for last, with the beautifully haunting "Yellow Eyes" to close out an album that makes me miss that era all the more, when a separate reality seemed so possible -- highly recommended!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Mysterious,Bizzare,Unique 28. Mai 2008
Von Stephen KEEN - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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It isn't easy to define the music of Jade Warrior. At times they sound like Jethro Tull, but they often venture into jazz-fusion, & then again into an ethnic influence involving primitive percussion sounds, & just to totally confuse matters they sometimes drift into an oriental love ballard. The sheer diversity of their music & the fact that they arose from 1970,[& being well ahead of their time], made them somewhat unique & they remain so even to this day.
Those familiar with early guitar styles will enjoy the way-out electric guitar playing of the late Tony Duhig especially on the track "Minnamoto's Dream". The Jethro Tull likeness can be heard from the beginning on "Three-Horned Dragon King" the opening track, & again on "Eyes on You",-but there the similarity with other bands ends-,while the beautiful "Bride of Summer" & "Yellow Eyes" have a tranquil far eastern air. The light rock song "Reason to Believe" provides a not so serious interlude before the 14 minute long "Barazinbar" which has an exotic African sounding rhythm that becomes totally hypnotic until it dissipates into a free jazz-like jam, & to round the album off with a bizzare twist "Minnamoto's Dream" reoccurs with a slightly different ending.
It would be fair to say that about half of this album rocks, in the style of the early seventies, and I mean IT ROCKS, the rest of the music is a unique blend of jazz & ethnic influences as well as some oriental themes & a touch of psychadelic. This amazingly diverse & musically rich combination was produced largely by the band's three main members during their early years, Jon Field's flute & percussion,& Glyn Havard's vocal's & bass, together with Tony Duhig's guitar made Jade Warrior a group apart from most other bands at a time when many musical barriers were being broken.
I recommend "Released" as an introduction to Jade Warrior & to anyone wanting to hear a fine example of the band's earlier work.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A more Rock Jade Warrior LP 22. März 2009
Von Joseph J. Sciortino - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a different Jade Warrior than the 1st album..It falls right in the King Crimson, progressive area, than any of their other albums. This time round there are extra musicians-sax, more rock type drumming, but don't let this turn you off..this is a great album-born of the progressive era but without the excess baggage found on many 70's prog LP's..Jade Warrior, founded from the ashes of pop-psych group July whose 1 LP on Major Minor Records fetches up to $350 in collector circles, were one of the first groups to flirt with different textures now associated with new age-ambient music..but back then it wasn't called that, it was just different sounding-like no one else, just Jade Warrior..Every album by this group is different, but all of their records are great..I highly recommend this to anyone who is sick of today's bumper crop of Britney's, Jonas Bros., Fall-Out Boy,etc...This is real music and one of the better progressive (boy do I hate that word)LP's of the time..it is truly unique.Only Jade Warrior could sound like Jade Warrior..if you like this, dig in further to their catalog. .
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Great Sounding Remaster of the weakest of their early 1970s albums 15. Juni 2009
Von TUCO H. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Kudos to Repertoire for their magnificent remastering of this rare Jade Warrior album. Their remasters of Procol Harum's catalog & Renaissance's "Ashes Are Burning" were beyond outstanding and to do such a great job on a completely obscure but legendary cult band like JW says a lot about where their priorities lie. So if you're looking for a great sounding remaster of an almost 40 year old album, this limited to 2500 pressings Repertoire edition is the only one to get.

Apparently this was a very rushed album and the boys didn't have time to get things right. The entire album is very listenable for someone who likes progressive rock and hard-rock bands in the early-Santana-King-Crimson vein but both the first album and especially "Last Autumn's Dream" are superior to this one. It must be said, however, that "Released" contains maybe their hardest rocking riff-propelled song "Three Horned Dragon King" and one of their greatest Crimson-inspired poetic ballads "Bride of Summer." The long jam "Barazinbar" is too repetitive to pass muster as a great jam but it does have its moments. "Three Horned Dragon King" has a great saxophone solo in it first and then a guitar solo which is bizarrely completely buried in the mix although it still propels the song up a few notches in energy from the already high level it's on. It's hard to believe that Tony Duhig would have agreed to his solo being buried in this way since on "Last Autumn's Dream" both his & David Duhig's solos are fully up front and in your face, so it must have been left that way due to lack of studio time to properly mix things.

If you're new to collecting Jade Warrior, here's what you should do: get "Last Autumn's Dream" first because that is their masterpiece from the early days. The early Jade has a unique feel but is closest to King Crimson in sound overall, less gloomy than KC. After that one I would get the 4 mid-70s Island albums ("Floating World," "Kites," "Way of the Sun" & "Waves") which have no vocals but lots of great instrumentals with a unique atmosphere no other band has produced. Then get the first album (self-titled) and only after that get "Released." Once you're done with that, don't forget the brand new 2009 album "Now," an excellent return to form for the surviving members of this band, Glyn Havard and Jon Field, a very unexpected and pleasant surprise. "Now" also has amazing sound-quality so if you're into blasting stuff out of a good stereo that barnstorms over entire neighborhoods, it's almost as perfect as "Three Horned Dragon King" from "Released," released 38 years ago to very little appreciation only to become a cult item still being collected 4 decades later.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen One Great Group 21. Dezember 2012
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What can I say, Jade Warrior is one of the most highly under rated groups in music history. This is a great album well worth the price. Buy it, enjoy it. Put it on and kick back for some quality listening time.
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