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Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

3.18 | 393 ratings

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edlira
4 stars EXCELLENT! There is a new CD / DVD edition, which does not appear here, but believe me, it is great. The album is already reviewed here so, I will say something about the live concert. It is a kind of Video-Live Concert mix, not very long, but very well done. Specially the funny "Sweet Dreams" video where shows an Anderson vampire like. My favorite moment is within "Wild Horses", when there is an amazing violin-flute duo, playing exactly the same, Eddie Jobson and Ian Anderson making pure magic. Jobson plays a later transparent violin and a Gibson mandolin too. Well, you do not need to watch the concert, to notice it is not any keys player is actually performing on it, specially in "Black Sunday". Left handed Mark Craney does a terrific job so Martin Barre. This new edition worth every penny.
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