Friday, July 10, 2009

Mother Jane - Comes Alive (2000)
Founded in 1993 by Klaus Hess, Mother Jane sounds a whole lot like the 1970's Jane, heavy and melodic. This disc features material recorded in Switzerland in 1999. The band does old Jane classics like "Windows", "Daytime", "Hangman", "Spain" and "Redskin", plus some impressive new material. Well I guess it was new in 1999! Bassist Kai Schiering's vocals are awesome, the musicianship is spectacular, the sound is OK. The crowd noises seem a little intrusive at times, but only add to the general stoned 70's vibe that is alright by me. Almost 80 minutes of sweet Jane goodness, a must-have for all Jane fans.

1. Out Of Control
2. Spain
3. Redskin
4. Together We Are Stand
5. Emotion
6. So Solong
7. Take It
8. Hangman
9. Daytime
10. Way To Paradise
11. Silence
12. Windows
13. Nightmare
14. Windows II

Klaus Hess - Guitar, Vocals
Kai Schiering - Bass
Jaye - Drums, Vocals
Klaus Henatsch - Keyboards, Vocals


Part 1__Part 2__Part 3

See ya!


Blogger psychfan said...

Thanks so much for this one. I love the Jane albums, and finding this is quite a treat!

9:52 AM, July 12, 2009  
Blogger wildturkey2oo0 said...

I was always wondering what Klaus Hesse was up to after splitting from jane - now i know.
yes it is good - i still prefer Jane's Live at Home 1976 as it seems to be more focused and energetic - my opinion - take it with a pinch of salt!

8:49 AM, July 18, 2009  
Anonymous hangman said...

Thank you very much!

4:20 PM, August 02, 2009  
Blogger GarColga said...

Hello psychfan, wildturkey2oo0, and hangman!!

4:31 PM, August 02, 2009  

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