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Jethro Tull


Prog Folk

3.03 | 399 ratings

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Frankie Flowers
2 stars For this reviewer, Jethro Tull's studio output has been quite inconsistent since "Crest of a Knave". Not to say that they didn't come up with any great songs within those albums. "Roots To Branches" was a really good album and this one followed it three years later. I must say, the musicianship is on top form as usual by the band, most of all Anderson's flute playing. His voice is mellower, without the gruff edge he had when he was younger. The lyrics are a lot more whimsical but I can't say that the songs are of the band's best quality. It is definitely not as good as the Roots To Branches album. There is nothing terrible here though, but nothing amazing either. "Dot Com" is very pleasant with its Eastern flavours. The most intereting is the ethnic "Hot Mango Flush". As I said, the band sound good and the album is well produced. It is quite nice background music and some of the other songs have warmed to me a little more over time but as a whole, I'd recommend it for fans only.
Frankie Flowers | 2/5 |


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