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Jethro Tull


Prog Folk

4.19 | 1380 ratings

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5 stars If Thick as a Brick took the first spot in the most popular albums , Songs from the wood took a special place in my mind & heart . this 1977 release was really the album we're waiting after TAAB . Jethro Tull with many other late 70's releases Kept surprising us , nearly every year . Heavy Horses , Minstrel in the Galery , and Songs from the wood KEPT this charesmatic band living all the way during 40 exceptional years . I've witnesses all Ian Anderson's works since 1968 , so many amazing live performances , more than 33 releases , radio & TV activities , concerts all over the world . This band is living inside of me now ///// Songs from the Wood makes part of it , If ,,, in my opinion , this album is a real Masterpiece , the only reason is , that i can listen to Pibroch , Velvet Green , Hunting Girl , and all tracks of this album , nearly every day , maybe every hour . So , what makes a masterpiece in this prospect , is the structure , then the impact on the market , and the effect on us dear proggers . AND ????? to be really honest , this album surprised me in 1977 , and kept doing this , up till now 2008 //////// What an amazing work , a real progressive link between all JT's albums . Containing more blend of honesty toward the real Tull's vision of making the excellent arrangements & performances in the world of Symphonic progressive folk rock ................... Tracks Toni ///
trackstoni | 5/5 |


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