Review of "A (+DVD) - Jethro Tull"

published 30/01/2001 | rocking
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"Jethro Tulls A For Anderson Album"

A was initially to be Andersons solo project but when Chrysallis the bands record Label heard the demos they immediately wanted it be released under the Jethro Tull name. By this time 3 other members of the band had left since Stormwatch. For this project Eddie Jobson a great keyboardist and electric violinist was drafted in as well as American Drummer Mark Craney. Martin Barre was still there at this time too. This album was more electronic than any other release and the band turned away from their folk rock direction. The album spawned one classic “Black Sunday”.

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  • RPB1968 published 05/02/2010
    You have not made any real comment about the actual tracks and your views on them Not at their best on this one though!!
  • peterkinxl5 published 12/04/2005
    Sorry for the NH but you've hardly got any info here at all. Pls resubmit and i'll happily remark.
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