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Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

3.20 | 403 ratings

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raelreels
4 stars This is one where me and my prog-brethren have issues, because I think that the first four songs alone are worthy of entering the Tull canon without blinking. True, the sound is a bit new (lots of CS-80), but Ian's gift for composing a catchy and relevant tune remains as strong as ever. The addition of Jobson is perfect, and contributes to the overall tighteness of the band. In my opinion Ian never sang better, and Martin's riffs bring forth old Tull glory immaculately. Working John, Working Joe as well as Black Sunday, remain as vital today, as they did 29 years ago, and prove that at the time the band (Yes I know, it was not the original Tull band) were at the height of their powers. My only real regret is that Jobson did not remain. However we have the DVD to remind us of what this could have been.

Cheers

Rael

raelreels | 4/5 |

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