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Jethro Tull


Prog Folk

3.23 | 587 ratings

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3 stars No doubt a good Jethro Tull album. More diverse than the previous 3 albums, but sometime to much remaind me of Dire Straits or Pink Floyd, specially on voice on some tracks. Anyway the album has a typicall 80's sound with drum program and keys sound like they are from new wave current. Some fine tracks are to me Said She Was A Dancer and Budapest. An album that was consider in that years a well return to form after the crapy Under wraps. Well is a return to form but not to '70's Tull music more like to Broad sword. A modern Tull album both in sound and manner of compositions. 3 stars, among the good albums of this legendary band.
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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