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Jethro Tull


Prog Folk

2.60 | 320 ratings

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2 stars Jethro Tull in the nineties. This album is not good. What the hell Ian Anderson was doing there? It sounds a folk Dire Straits. It's a folk rockin' pop. But some highlights saves the day, and makes the album better than its predecessor Rock Island, which was a true waste of time and money for everyone. Thinking Round Corners, Like A Tall Thin Girl and Dooctor to My Disease are fine tracks. Other hand, poor tracks like Sparrow on the Schoolyard Wall highly decreases the album enjoyment level. Again, Catfish rising is not a prog rock release. This album is a simple Jethro Tull for the masses.
VOTOMS | 2/5 |


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