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A PASSION PLAY

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

4.01 | 986 ratings

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Renkls
4 stars I've heard this through four times, so I'm going to work on letting it grow on me. Like Thick as a Brick for me, it has those sections (or section, you may know which one I mean) which seem awkward and out of place - and I'm trying really hard to get to the stage where I can appriechiate it for being what it is. For what I've heard, it's definitely a good album, and a lot darker then Thick as a Brick - the instrumentation is all good from what I've heard, it's just that it needs a bit more time to grow on me I think, I can't go mad and give it a five even if it is even more ambitious then TaaB, but still - time may change my review.
Renkls | 4/5 |

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