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NOTHING IS EASY: LIVE AT THE ISLE OF WIGHT 1970

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

4.12 | 106 ratings

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Rob The Good
5 stars I just bought this album this afternoon, and all I can say is: fantastic! It's another reason why JETHRO TULL are one of my all-time favourite bands. Although I love the folk whimsy of Songs From the Wood & Heavy Horses, there is very little of that to find here: we have a young and eager-to-impress blues/rock/folk band, which in my opinion, out-performs CREAM whom they were compared with so often. A lot harder than most Tull recordings, but it is still an absolute essential for all fans. My favourite songs would have to be "Dharma for One" (with a huge drum solo) & "My Sunday Feeling". It is also interesting for collectors, as it has a live performance of "My God": BEFORE it was released on the Aqualung album. Highly recommended!
Rob The Good | 5/5 |

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