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SONGS FROM THE WOOD

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

4.16 | 977 ratings

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Sachis
5 stars Here is another masterpiece carrying the signature of Ian Anderson and his famous band-Jethro Tull. The music holds many medieval influences and the instrumentation is at its highest point- proving again the virtuosity of Ian in using flutes and whistles. Each song is a landmark from the first second to the last; the instrumental parts and the melodic and warm voice of Ian bears you to the beauty of nature: forest landscapes, mountains, fields, even to the splendour of medieval castles. Hardly I can describe each songs:all of them are magnificent, and, as simply as they seems, the songs are meant to warm your heart and your soul-and they really did!!! I can remark one single song that is a little different from the others:Pibroch-the most progressive and complex song of the album with an excellent keyboards part. I can only let the music speaks further...

Well done to Ian and his band for this album! 5 stars!

Sachis | 5/5 |

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