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Jethro Tull


Prog Folk

3.30 | 976 ratings

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4 stars This is a truly great album,if your a Tull fan dont look here to expect aqualung or thick as a brick this is the first album,where it started.Many fans may look at this as an average album for Tull,which maybe true but this album isnt trying to be progressive,its a bluess/rock record and can compared to Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple.So for fans of the previously mentioned check this out. Album highlights:

Dharma For One:Tull's Moby Dick.Great drum solo,great song.

Cat's Squirrel:Great riff,the song makes you want to rock out and they keep creating tension with long pauses between it making it all that better when it kicks back in.

A Song For Jeffrey:As seen on the rolling stones:rock n roll circus with Tony Iommi on slide guitar,by far the cachiest song with Flute,Harmonica creating medloy with Andersons vocal.

mrcozdude | 4/5 |


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