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Ian Anderson - The Secret Language Of Birds (2000) FLAC

28-02-2015, 19:05
Rock | FLAC / APE

Ian Anderson - The Secret Language Of Birds (2000) FLAC

Artist: Ian Anderson
Title Of Album: The Secret Language Of Birds
Year Of Release: 2000
Label: Varese Sarabande
Genre: Rock
Quality: FLAC
Bitrate: lossless
Total Time: 59:53
Total Size: 388 MB
WebSite: amazon


1.The secret language of birds
2.The little flower girl
4.Postcard day
5.The water carrier
7.A better moon
9.The jasmine corridor
10.The habanero reel
11.Panama freighter
12.The secret language of birds pt II
13.Boris dancing
14.Circular breathing
15.The stormont shuffle
17.In the grip of stronger
18.Thick as a brick

Because he's oft-lumped with classic-rock vets from the Zeppelin era, it's easy to forget that Jethro Tull's flautist-vocalist Ian Anderson has always been a complete original. It's also tempting to think that Tull has in recent years been little more than a vehicle for Anderson's idiosyncratic whims, but his third solo outing, The Secret Language of Birds, quickly clarifies that notion. Entirely acoustic and worlds away from its two predecessors--the dated electro-pop of 1983's Walk into Light and the refined classicism of 1995's Divinities: Twelve Dances with God--Birds hearkens back to the pastoral, Renaissance-tinged music that Tull has explored less and less since Tull's second outing, 1969's Stand Up. With a nod to the folk influences of Steeleye Span (whom Anderson produced) and rife with Gaelic and Eastern European musical influences, Anderson contemplates issues from lost innocence to the Irish Problem with typically baroque grace. --Jerry McCulley

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