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WAR CHILD

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

3.27 | 530 ratings

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Carlos
3 stars JT began to use the strings as a complement of their music with this album, something that in previous albums would only appear in only one or two tracks. I would say this is probably the most relaxed album made by Anderson & CO. But I have the damn idea in comparing this work with the subsequent MITG, and you know Minstrel is a really a favorite... It has great tunes though like Sealion (agressive and humorous), Bungle In The Jungle (a fantastic classic), The charmy acoustic "Skating Away...", The title track and probably one of my favorites "The Third Hoorah" (maybe the spoof-like version of Warchild). Three stars only, I don't feel it as a big one...and you know something that I regret is that I recently found the brand new remastered version of WC with 4 tracks more...just after buying the older version....Damn it!
Carlos | 3/5 |

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