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A PASSION PLAY

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

4.02 | 1415 ratings

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trackstoni
5 stars Few loves it , many hate it , it's surely Progressive at peak , and deserves more than appreciation and ratings . Time factor is the only way to discover this beauty in symphonic folk progressive rock , with a blend of bluesy - jazz orientation . In 1973 i was 20 years old , TAAB was my first introduction to Tull , and the decision to discover all Tull's releases was taken . Aqualung was next , amazing , then few months later A Passion Play ............. If Thick as a Brick is one of the masterpieces of progressive rock , A Passion Play is the Masterpiece of Jethro Tull , it was a clever move by Ian to release this album back in 1973 , it was the right time no doubt after TAAB ... iF ONLY THIS ALBUM WAS DIVIDED INTO tracks , for commercial reasons only , and its cover was coloured , and Peter Hammill as vocalist instead of Ian , and the year of release was 1971 , then many of progarchieves professional reviewers will change their mind , and we have more than an excellent album , we have a Masterpiece ........................ But simply i don't care about those changes , i'm really satisfied with what i have , it's really A Passion Play ............... Regardless,((((((( Tracks Toni
trackstoni | 5/5 |

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