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A PASSION PLAY

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

4.01 | 987 ratings

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Eclipse
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4 stars While not reaching the heights of Thick As A Brick, this album deserves its merits, since it has a very interesting concept (regarding after-life, it is cool to see IAN exploring such ideas) and has introduced a new style on JT: less flutes and more sax and keys. Unfortunately, the band didn't seem to feel like exploring new melodies with these instruments. That's why we have too much repetitive melodies, making the album a boring experience sometimes - i notice that i feel a bit tired sometimes at the middle of the second part, imagine if they haven't had add the Hare's story between, i think i wouldn't stand listening to the album as a whole. Anyone, despite being repetitive and not so inspired as TAAB, Passion Play is a very nice effort by Tull so i feel secure on giving it four stars.
Eclipse | 4/5 |

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