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STORMWATCH

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

3.45 | 474 ratings

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Andrea Cortese
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4 stars This is really a good album representing a brilliant idea for the development of trilogy witch includes the previous two albums Songs from The Wood and Heavy Horses. An industrial revolution breaks through the arcaic and rural age! But in the same vein, the same folk/prog/rock (a little bit harder). There's no more illusions, no escaping from the reality! In a such way are songs like Dark Ages, Dun Ringill, The Flying Dutchman. The only doubt is for Elegy and Home. Hey, beautiful instrumental/classical pieces, but its melancoly show the sad and near end of the highest JT line-up. With the new 2004, you have some magnificient pieces which were not included in the original album. King Henry's Madrigal, A Stitch In Time, Kelpie and Crossword are good reasons for a four star rating!
Andrea Cortese | 4/5 |

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