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Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

3.19 | 394 ratings

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b_olariu
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4 stars This JETHRO TULL album is really unique! This is because of the presence of the keyboardist and violinist Eddie Jobson. The modern keyboards on this album gives us here an overview of how interesting his variety of sounds are, not to mention that Eddie Jobson is an excellent violonist. This album is one of my favourite prog albums ever, and one in my top 3 of Jethro Tull after A passion play and Songs from the wood. Very fresh, a mixt between old Tull and new wave on keys make this album to me a fabulous one. Still complicated, musicaly speaking but remains in the sound of the early '80 prog, pop-prog, something like Yes on Drama or Rush on Permanent waves, but delivering good composition diversificate as structure. All the tracks are good, i will not mention one because all are super. I see that this album is not so good viewed here but to me is super. 4 stars and recommended. Great.
b_olariu | 4/5 |

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