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SWEET DREAM / 17

Jethro Tull

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4 stars Sweet Dream is Jethro Tull's fourth single and in my opinion, despite the dissappointing B- side, a fantastic track that will be listened to many years from now. Sadly Tull's sound did not evolve to be as great as this, but the sound they had developed was different. It is a rarity around the market but it is a must-buy single for vinyl collectors/Jethro Tull fans.

4/5, because it is an excellent addition to any prog rock music collection and should not be one of those singles to fade in the mist, like many other singles that because of their early passing, remain unknown and sadly sell for high prices the normal vinyl buyer cannot afford. So yeah, buy this for your collection, fanboyism, simple fanism, and even just pleasure, despite the really annoying B-side.

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