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Jethro Tull


Prog Folk

4.20 | 1471 ratings

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4 stars Probably one Tull's better albums. A very good listen and exactly what the term progressive folk should stand for. The overall feel of this is a good one and contains madrigal/folky/outdoor england sounds which bring about pleasant thoughts and memories. A good collection of songs and contains my all time favorite Tull song Velvet Green which sounds like Gentle Giant and Gordon Lightfoot got together and wrote a killer song, truly fantastic. It is not consistently amazing or as innovative as TAAB so to speak...but was the right step in the right direction in Tull's long list of albums.

One side note - The pre-delayed electric in Pirbroch...? is really something.

endlessepic | 4/5 |


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