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THIS WAS

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

3.32 | 553 ratings

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Philrod
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3 stars Tull's first album, the band was still heavily under the influence of bluesy lead guitarist Mick Abrahams. The band is still not really progressive, but more of a british blues one. The musicianship is great, especially from drummer Clive Bunker who demonstrates his talent on songs like ''My sunday feeling'' and ''Dharma for one''. ''Serenade to a cuckoo'' is also known as the first song Ian Anderson learned on the flute. This is definitely not a classic Tull album, but still a very pleasant one, with a nice happy side to it. Anderson and co. seems to have fun playing it. 3.5/5
Philrod | 3/5 |

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