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STORMWATCH

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

3.46 | 484 ratings

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ditairo
1 stars I consider this one to be the most boring JT album, although it has its highs there's an overall lack of inspiration in it. (I think it should be hard to do so much great material during a decade as JT did)... I think even Ian Anderson though the same when he decided to turn to such obvious different path when he started working in next project "A". In general good lyrics but it's just the music that fails... I can't really keep my attention to this one all the way. Anyway I must say I enjoy first too tracks, Something's On The Move is also interesting (I find it rather similar -the music and structure- to Crossfire). Instrumental tracks are both enjoyable, in fact Elegy is my favourite track in the album. I'd put it 2 over 5 stars..but considering what Ian's team were able to do in previous albums I won't be generous.
ditairo | 1/5 |

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