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Jethro Tull


Prog Folk

4.05 | 1213 ratings

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Andrea Cortese
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5 stars Stand Up is the first JT album I bought and remains till now the most classical JT contribution to rock! Martin Lancelot Barre has repalced the guitarist Mick Abrahams developing his beautiful guitar stile to complement the varied musical notions which JT recorded during their long career. Stand Up is also a live favorite providing many great live performance songs and tunes in their concerts set today. The last time I saw them (Mantua 16th July 2005) they played also For A Thosand Mothers. In the Chrysalis 2001 remastered edition Stand Up is enriched with the first successful singles from JT: the perennial Living In The Past (recorded between New York and L.A.) and Driving Song; the great and strong Sweet Dream accompanied with 17.

This is a great album to start with if you are a JT novice. If you are not, you have to admit that Stand Up merits all the five stars I've rated.

Andrea Cortese | 5/5 |


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