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UNDER WRAPS

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

2.21 | 347 ratings

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firth of fifth
1 stars This surely is the poorest album Jethro Tull has ever made. The great influence of keyboard player Peter John Vettese is not such a good one. The sound is weird. This record, far more more than A, does not sound like Jethro Tull music. Not at all. Too many synths, too experimental, too few flute or acoutsic guitar.

Ok: A can be considered as a particular electronical experiment, Broadsword And The Beast as the perfect mix between Classic Tull and modern music. But in Under Wraps there is a lack of melodies and ideas. Just listen to Radio Free Moskow or Genral Crossing, which among Jethro Tull's worse compositions.

This album should have been an Ian Anderson solo album, just like Walk Into Light. Or maybe, not even that.

firth of fifth | 1/5 |

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