Jethro Tull - Aqualung CD (album) cover


Jethro Tull


Prog Folk

4.33 | 1994 ratings

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4 stars This album was a nice change for Tull, who had basically accomplished all that was in the Folk Rock genre. They say goodbye to hippie bassist Glenn Cornick, and Jeffrey Hammond fills the blank.(Yes, the Jeffrey referenced in about 3 earlier Tull tunes)

It is a good classic rock album, peices like My God being the most progressive, and others like Hymn 43 just being straight rock. As with all early tull albums, the lyrics are written excellently. This is a good album to start with if you want to explore JT.

OGTL | 4/5 |


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