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A

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

3.19 | 486 ratings

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lor68
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2 stars This is a pretty good album, featuring such a great musician -E. Jobson- in the role of guest star, even though you cannot find any particular hit inside neither thrilling songs. Jan Anderson tried to maintain a certain pleasant "rock and roll-mood" here, that is a classic rock with hints of the old sound (otherwise the violin by Jobson is always quite progressive oriented, also as a simple accompaniment instrument) and in a more modern vein.obviously I prefer another kind of rock genre: well I don't think that Jan Anderson & C. are perfectly involved into a mainstream style, nevertheless They developed this latter music method afterwards, in the good and controversial album entitled " Crest of a knave". Its structure is simple but always interesting and, as for this reason (by considering their efforts to change their approach in the composition) "A" is worth checking out at least, especially for whom is not in the habit to refuse a kind of music which is not strictly progressive.you could change idea after a careful listening, but the true early folk progressive stuff by J.T. was another thing. interesting work but it's not so exciting after all, even though you could add another half star!!
lor68 | 2/5 |

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