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    Posted: July 10 2013 at 21:38
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New Tull/Anderson studio works always get my attention.
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Here's hoping his voice is up to it . . .
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Looking foward to a new album from Ian Anderson and yes, hoping his vocals are on form

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Post Options Post Options   Quote Morsenator Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 11 2013 at 13:16
Ian and metal?? Will there be growls? LOL
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Originally posted by valravennz

Looking foward to a new album from Ian Anderson and yes, hoping his vocals are on form
 
I don't think his "vocals" need to be on form. He is intelligent enough to be able to tell us a story, instead, and it would work, because he has the ability to do so, and singing might be a smaller part of it, but the story would still stand up ... he knows how to work lyrics and words, so this should not be a problem. 

But, I think that we might hear a bit more flute than before, to give his vocal chords a better rest and use, specially for the stage, if indeed he returns to it, which I think he will ... how is the issue!
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A folk-prog-metal hybrid sure sounds like Tull to me, but then I have been asking myself for the last year why TAAB2 is not a Tull album.  Either way, being the long-time Tull-skull I am, I am definitely looking forward to it.
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Oh please, the prog metal/folk is an obvious overstatement. 

It's like Mumford and Sons saying Babel was going to be a darker Sabbath mixed with Nick Drake. 


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Post Options Post Options   Quote Morsenator Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 12 2013 at 06:59
Originally posted by Horizons

Oh please, the prog metal/folk is an obvious overstatement. 

It's like Mumford and Sons saying Babel was going to be a darker Sabbath mixed with Nick Drake. 



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Post Options Post Options   Quote The Bearded Bard Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 12 2013 at 15:57
Originally posted by Horizons

Oh please, the prog metal/folk is an obvious overstatement. 
It's like Mumford and Sons saying Babel was going to be a darker Sabbath mixed with Nick Drake. 
Now, now, Austin. Remember that you're talking about the only band that has won a Grammy for Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance Vocal or Instrumental here.



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The name of the album is Homo Erraticus.

http://jethrotull.com/homo-erraticus-the-new-studio-album-from-ian-anderson/

Bostock has returned once again to lyric writing, basing his new effort on the Parritt papers and I have had the fun and frolics of setting all to music of Folk-Rock-Metal stylings. But you can call it prog
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