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Jethro Tull


Prog Folk

3.65 | 180 ratings

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4 stars For those of you who are familiar with Tull or has been Tull's lovers, having this album is a must. It's basically a live unplugged version recorded from the band's concerts at London, Dortmund, Franfurt, Mannheim, Munich, Berlin, Graz, Prague, Zurich, Athens, Ankara, Jerusalem, Caesarea in May 1992. It's a relax setting with great tracks from the band's previous albums. Only four musicians play here Ian Anderson, Martin Barre, Dave Pegg, and David Mattacks. Some tracks are modified for this show, eg. "Living In The Past" which is now performed in full instrumental with flute replacing vocal department after good bluesy opening track "Someday The Sun Won't Shine For You".

Some tracks that catch my attention in addition to the above are: "Too Old To Rock n Roll, Too Young To Die", "A New Day Yesterday", "John Barleycorn" (performed differently than the one by TRAFFIC), "This Is Not Love", "Bouree" and "Lcomotive Breath". This is alternate Tull's music excellently performed in acoustic settings. If you like the band on the heavy part (rocking ones) it might not suit you and you should not purchase this CD. But if you want to hear another version of what typically you have heard so far, this might serve good for you. For me, it's an excellent addition to any prog music collection. Keep on proggin' ..!

Peace on earth and mercy mild - GW

Gatot | 4/5 |


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