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Jethro Tull


Prog Folk

4.04 | 1216 ratings

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4 stars Wow!I bought this album yesterday since it was low priced.I can say now I made a good decision since I had many difficulties getting into Jethro Tull.To be frank,I found this band too folky in the beginning.Nowadays it is one of the main reasons why I very much like Jethro Tull.When I played it I never felt bored for there are so many outstanding tracks:And the mouse police never sleeps made me feel like having a ride in the countryside,so nice,so hippie.I enjoyed a lot Martin Barre's playing throughout the record.He of course doesn't overwhelm other instrumentists but he plays in such a subtle way.Acres Wild and the title track are very good too.Thick as a brick is my JT favourite but this one is worthwhile and I will always keep good remembrance of this excellent concert I saw last year in Crozon:Ian Anderson was great,Martin Barre too.For me another quality of this album is the fact that I'm eager to listen to other prog folk records!
fusionfreak | 4/5 |


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