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AQUALUNG

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

4.32 | 1756 ratings

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Discographia
5 stars The mix of Blues, Folk, Hard rock and progressive rock, it is fairly rare, and it is a gem. "Jethro Tull" is basically a group unstable and crazy, completely marginalized and who seeks, he will draw his forces out poru "Aqualung". It is true that ets j'ia low for this album because it's the first I heard of this group, and was also using a vinyl that my favorite cousin had passed (unfortunately died a few years later). The bluesman Mick Abrahams disappears because it no longer bear the travel had given the group's success, and leaves room for a Martin Barre and is a true success. Martin Barre immediately took the controls of "Jethro Tull", and thanks to him the music is given more rock, more hard, beautiful ... but remains attached to folk. Between hard rock riff and medieval folk melody careful with this flute that spins. The card of "Jethro Tull" there is with "Aqualung", Ian Anderson literally explodes on the album with titles Baroque incisive text, you rich percussive. "Aqualuna" will open the flaw was "Thick as a Brick" for a future concept album.
Discographia | 5/5 |

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