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Jethro Tull


Prog Folk

4.18 | 1303 ratings

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5 stars Tom Bombadill does heavy folk prog, that is how a dear friend described this album to me. This album is truly a masterpiece, I can't think of a single flaw in this album. All the instruments are played with such passion. The sound is so dynamic and creative. There isn't a single weak moment in this album. Anderson and company have created something that is so unique, so well crafted and just so enjoyable, I have never tired of this album. Anderson lyrics have always been rather interesting, sometimes you can get what he's saying and other times one wonders what the hell, but hear the lyrics even when not one hundred percent clear ate still something that is well crafted and fits so well with the rest of the album. I highly recommend this album to anyone looking for something very different and for something that is a true expression of what a group of talented musicians who aren't afraid to try whatever they feel like doing without fear of reception.
TheLastBaron | 5/5 |


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