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Jethro Tull


Prog Folk

4.64 | 2610 ratings

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5 stars It's perfect in every sense, lyrical (it's a acid critic to the society, to the politics and talk about of the ideals of the youth -revolution, hope of change- and when grou up the ideals dissapiers and come the frustration and the faithless of change), musical (i think this album is very symphonic, of course folk, hard rock, and too long, but who cares? if this album was of two hours i don't care i listen too) This record is the best of Tull, by arrangements, musical, lyrical, etc. But yes it's my favourite (okay, like the all albums of Jethro) Who cares? People thinks this album is very repetitive, a little bit yes. But is perfect, this is the first best formation of tull, the second is from Aqualung whit Clive Bunker in the drums. If you have make a long trip, in you discman or ipod load this album, for 43 minutes and 44 seconds you can entertain you
aqualung71 | 5/5 |


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