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MINSTREL IN THE GALLERY

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

3.98 | 788 ratings

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Andrea Cortese
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5 stars And what could I say now about Minstrel In The Gallery? I love progressive sound with the predominance of the acoustic guitars. The best, in my opinion are Jethro Tull and Strawbs. This time there aren't excuses: traditional (for prog) long songs and an impressive short one (Grace, 37 seconds). The title track is the simphony between electric and acoustic instruments. In that way also the mythic Cold Wind To Valhalla. The highest point is surely Baker St. Muse: with it it seems Jethro Tull going back to the 1972-73 period, when long suites dominated prog's scenario. Minstrel would be a good start for the few (I wish) who don't know this great band!
Andrea Cortese | 5/5 |

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