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TOO OLD TO ROCK 'N' ROLL: TOO YOUNG TO DIE!

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

3.05 | 510 ratings

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Peter
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2 stars The title track is not bad, and the artwork on the LP jacket was entertaining, but this was a disappointing, sub-standard offering from Anderson & company. I could only force myself to listen to it a few times, and have since made no effort to buy it on CD. Happily, the notion that the band was past its creative peak was premature, because the following two years brought the masterful "Songs From the Wood" and "Heavy Horses." These essential Tull discs, though, heralded an end to an era, because, with a few uneven exceptions (notably "Broadsword" and "Crest of a Knave"), Jethro Tull would never attain such heights again.
Peter | 2/5 |

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