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Jethro Tull


Prog Folk

4.04 | 1195 ratings

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4 stars This is - inexplicably - one of the most overlooked and sometimes even reviled albums in the almighty Jethro Tull's catalogue. To me is a damn good one, in style of what they left on Songs but more folkish than the album from '77. Still very fresh, still a classic of Tull, and still one of the best Tull albums, no doubt. The ecclectic mixture between folk,classic and rock music is a great example of Tullīs work in the later seventies. 'Rover','Moths','One brown mouse','Weathercock' and the title track are some of the best Tull songs, and i can't understand why some of the reviewers rate this one enough low just to underappreciate the album, after all is their choice. To me is a 4 star album, among the best of the late '70, and why not a good candidate to became one of the best albums ever.
b_olariu | 4/5 |


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