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Jethro Tull


Prog Folk

4.34 | 2396 ratings

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5 stars I'm tasting the smell of toast as the butter runs. Then she comes, spilling crumbs, on the bed.

And i shake my head as i rate this album. Jethro Tull is the last one of the classic great prog bands i really gotten into. Thick as a brick is something that kicks in for everyone, but this is Tulls hard rockin' masterpiece. It consists of plenty of absolutey fantastic tunes. There's really no bad tracks here, i always listen to the album from start to finish and adore it as a whole. There's a little bit for everyone on this album, the harder tracks like Aqualung and Locomotive Breath, and softer ones like my favourite Wondring Aloud and Wind Up. This album also features one of the greatest guitarr work ive ever heard, the guitarr solo on Aqualung is out of this world.

When the album ends you really see that The Mad Flauter has spoken and you just want to play the album again. A masterpiece.

paragraph7 | 5/5 |


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