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    Main » 2010 » June » 20 » Jethro Tull ~ 1977 ~ Songs From The Wood
    Jethro Tull ~ 1977 ~ Songs From The Wood
    Jethro Tull ~ 1977 ~ Songs From The Wood
    genre: prog folk
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 41'49"  size: 262 mb
    From ProgressiveRock
    By the time Anderson got around to writing this, Jethro Tull’s tenth studio album, he had moved outside London for a life in the country and presumably gotten over the fact that he was indeed too young to die. Although the subject matter of the album (and image on the cover) may have turned folksy, there’s little folk music on the album. The title track opens with Anderson’s multi-tracked vocals, before breaking into a typical Tull style rocker. The new man finally on board was longtime orchestral arranger David Palmer, now giving the band four hands on the keyboards. "Hunting Girl" and "Pibroch (Cap In Hand)" both featured a good arrangement, making the most of both keyboardists and some great guitar from Martin Barre. "Ring Out, Solstice Bells" was first released the previous November for the holiday season and managed to chart in the UK Top 40. The second side’s "Velvet Green" is primarily acoustic, while "The Whistler" has the folk hook and a great instrumental break. The single managed to chart in the US, albeit in the lower reaches of the singles chart. However, the album charted well, reaching No. 13 in the UK and No. 8 in the US. Jethro Tull completed their first tour of the UK in over three years later in the year.

     Side one
    "Songs from the Wood" – 4:52
    "Jack-in-the-Green" – 2:27
    "Cup of Wonder" – 4:30
    "Hunting Girl" – 5:11
    "Ring Out, Solstice Bells" – 3:43

    Side Two
    "Velvet Green" – 6:03
    "The Whistler" – 3:30
    "Pibroch (Cap in Hand)" – 8:27
    "Fire at Midnight" – 2:26

    All songs written by Ian Anderson

    Ian Anderson - vocals, flute, acoustic guitar, mandolin, cymbals; all instruments on track 2.
    Barriemore Barlow - drums, percussion
    Martin Barre - electric guitar, lute
    John Evan - piano, organ, synthesizers
    John Glascock - bass guitar, vocals
    David Palmer - portative pipe organ, synthesizers

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