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THE BEST OF ACOUSTIC JETHRO TULL

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

3.30 | 34 ratings

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firth of fifth
4 stars Lots of fans, including myself, were waiting for an album like The Best Of Acoustic Jethro Tull. Through the years, Anderson & co. have bestowed us the blessing of lots of these kind of acoustic and often marvellous pearls. This compilation is really a bliss.

One of the most beautiful songs featured is "Dun Ringill", written in 1979 for the Stormawatch album, which describes the magical atmosphere of an old fortification of the Island of Skye. This song is really mystical and magical. "Broadford Bazaar" is also set in Skye, this time at the local market, and it is bueatifull as well!

All the other song are beautiful too: this compilation is really fantastic! You must have it!

firth of fifth | 4/5 |

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