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Jethro Tull


Prog Folk

3.20 | 565 ratings

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3 stars Certanly a not essential album, but interesting...The first side is really good, the second it's not so...Eddie Jobson's hand is very noticeable, great keyboards and violin work... As one of you said, this work is unique, that's because Ian Anderson was planning to release this album as a solo project and wanted to experiment with the new sounds of the era (Eddie Jobson was only an invited member), but it ended as a Tull album, well probably with or without "A" in his/their catalogue, the direction of JT was already planned...The essence of Anderson and Tull are there, though the spacey sound of the album...What a strange album, but what a great musicians!
Carlos | 3/5 |


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