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“The flute is excellent”

published 19/04/2009

ProAgressive lyrics, food for thought

ConsThe audio quality

Initially I got hold of a vinyl of this album and during the upgrade period it was the third album to be added to my CD collections and I’m very proud to own it. Named after 18th century agriculturist, Jethro Tull came into existence in 1967 led by Ian Anderson. Basically from Blackpool & Luton...

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Excellent

ProNew arrangements for several tracks, and a 'live' ...

ConsIan's really struggling with his voice

If there are any dedicated Tullies who were wondering whether this may be just another rehash of old material, not really worth investing in, rest assured that it is a must for your collection. Although this is a re-recording of the original Aqualung album, there is enough originality about this...

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Excellent

“The best from the masters”

published 08/06/2001

Prothius is the type of album that you can relax to a...

Consto be honest I can't think of any disadvantages ab...

The star of this album is without a doubt Ian Anderson who literally jumps out of the speakers at you and stands right there in your living room. Aqualung was the album that was to start the run of hit albums for Tull and was to launch the band onto the international music scene and earn them the...

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Excellent

ProFantastic Album

ConsIs It a Concept Album ?

This was Tulls first multi platinum album and saw the introduction of Ian Andersons friend Jeffrey Hammond on Bass. This is a very though provoking album with the surreal “Mother Goose” and acoustic whimsies like “Cheap Day Return” and “Nursie” to the religious...

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Product Information : Aqualung - Jethro Tull

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EAN: 724382875727, 5060087880822, 724349540125, 724385221323, 4988006796812

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