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Jethro Tull


Prog Folk

3.23 | 653 ratings

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4 stars This JETHRO TULL album is really unique! This is because of the presence of the keyboardist and violinist Eddie Jobson. The king of the modern keyboards gives us here an overview of how interesting his variety of sounds are. Sometimes very clinical, sometimes floating, those keyboards never leave the listener indifferent and there are even excellent piano parts. He also masters his electric violin: this give a pleasant complementarity to the electric guitar of Martin Barre. The compositions are not extremely progressive, but the complexity and depth is really impressive. Drums are outstanding: Mark Craney made couples of albums with violinist Jean-Luc Ponty; that's why it gives a fusion influence to the album. Each time Eddie Jobson is on an album, you can be sure to find very attractive and addictive musical elements.
greenback | 4/5 |


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