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Jethro Tull


Prog Folk

2.59 | 419 ratings

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3 stars This was actually my first Tull experience. Buying it on cassette in a small, countryside shop in '91, I was pleasantly christened in the river of Jethro and has been a great believer ever since. Back then I thought the album to be a really great one but now, after years of devotion to the band itself, I find it to be a good but by no stretch of the word essential part of any collection.

"This is not love" and "Occasional demons" are great openers and still find a favourable listener in me with it's dark, hard rocking and sinister sound. The rest of the tracks are pleasant but not that memorable but when you've listened to the classic stuff I recommend you inspect this one, while you're at it. It is a collection of songs, some greater than others, with a rootsy hard rock feel to it, smelling of the spices of Jethro Tull. While it's not a classic, it is a worthy album.

GruvanDahlman | 3/5 |


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