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Jethro Tull


Prog Folk

4.16 | 1093 ratings

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Marc Baum
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5 stars Simply a beatiful album. This is the one which comes after "Thick As A Brick", "Aqualung" and "A Passion Play" as best Tull album ever in my opinion. The acoustic guitars are brilliant, and Anderson's legendary flute is in top form. Songs like the title track, "Hunting Girl", "Velvet Green", the wonderful "The Whistler" or my fave "Pibroch (Cab In Hand)" (one of the most beautiful Tull-tracks ever) are ultimative classics in folk prog and shouldn't be missed by any fan of great music. "Songs From The Wood" is far more song-oriented and less complex than "Thick As A Brick" and "A Passion Play", but in it's own vein also an masterpiece. Stop reading here and join the Songs From The Wood!
Marc Baum | 5/5 |


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