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Jethro Tull - The Very Best of Jethro Tull (2001) FLAC

3-04-2016, 07:25
Folk | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: The Very Best of Jethro Tull
Year Of Release: 2001
Label: Parlophone
Genre: Progressive-rock, blues-rock, folk-rock
Quality: FLAC (image+cue+log)
Total Time: 01:18:11
Total Size: 507 MB


01. Living in the past
02. Aqualung
03. Sweet dream
04. The whistler
05. Bungle in the Jungle
06. The witch's promise
07. Locomotive breath
08. Steel monkey
09. Thick as a brick
10. BourР№e
11. Too old to Rock 'N' Roll: Too young to die
12. Life is a long song
13. Songs from the wood
14. A new day yesterday
15. Heavy horses
16. Broadswood
17. Root to branches
18. A song for Jeffrey
19. Minstrel in the gallery
20. Cheerio

Jethro Tull - The Very Best of Jethro Tull (2001) FLAC

The back of this 20-track retrospective's booklet pictures 23 men (not a single woman, interestingly) who've been members of Jethro Tull at one time or another since the group emerged in the late '60s. And, of course, rock's only flute-playing frontman, Ian Anderson, is pictured (where else?) at the center of 'em all. Anderson's haughty vocals and eccentric vision (the '70s were a time of excess, but few could top a single song filling two sides of a studio album--and this on the follow-up to a hit album) made Tull unlikely stars after the release of their 1971 breakthrough opus, Aqualung. The band was in retreat by the late '70s, but has soldiered bravely on through the decades. This hits collection allows more casual fans to forgo some of the ungainly maneuvers in Tull's lengthy history in favor of what Anderson characterizes as "a broad representation of the big picture"--meaning the likes of "Living in the Past," "Locomotive Breath," "Minstrel in the Gallery" and a three-minute version of "Thick as a Brick," the aforementioned two-sided song. --Steven Stolder

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