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STAND UP

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

4.03 | 818 ratings

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aqualung71
5 stars This it is the first album of Jethro Tull that I listened, it's the transition of Jethro of This Was (it's a very good album too) and Benefit (70), has got roots of progressive rock in the songs like "Look into the sun" and "We used to know", of course Driving song, "For a thousand mothers". The remastered versionb got the classic "Living in the past". it is the first album with the spectacular guitarist Martin Barre, the elements of Jazz end here, and restart with roots to branches. The folk song "Jeffrey goes to Leicester Square", and the arabbian song "Fat man" are this album special, it's not the best of Jethro but it's the best in the jazz years of Jethro. Don't forget the flute-jazz song "boureé" it is the second song played by them who are not composed by Anderson, the first are "Cat's squirrel" of Cream this song is from This Was. Is a good record, it's brilliant and numb.
aqualung71 | 5/5 |

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