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A CLASSIC CASE

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

3.02 | 85 ratings

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4 stars ALMOST FIVE STARS! I bought this album when i was on holiday. i purchased it because it seemed interesting hearing JT with a full orchestra, but, being honest, I did not expect much stunning material. i started hearing it and i was so proud of having bought it... I won't speak about tracks 2,4,5,6,7,9 as thay are great songs, but not enough special to comment them. track one: "locomotive breath", i really enjoy this song, i think it is even more powerful than the original one, and i like instruments replacing Ian's voice (not saying his voice is bad, just saying i like the idea). track three: "elegy", a really, really astonishing song, with a killing melody, personally, it is may favorite one on this album. track eight: "medley", the only weak spot for me on the whole album, it is not that well done and it contains locomotive breath at the end, it could have ended with another song. track ten: wow! this is a great way to end an album, it is perfectly "translated" into full orchestra. listen to it carefully, you even doubt it was ever intended to be played by a band! a great great album! i wish it had some original material. but you cant ask for perfection, as perfection doesn't exist.
Progressive! | 4/5 |

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