Label: RandM Records - 0130-2 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Ukraine • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock
· The harmonizing on "Songs From the Wood" fulfills the promise shown in some of the singing on Thick as a Brick, and the delicacy of much of the rest, including "Ring Out, Solstice Bells" (where the group plays full out, but with wonderful elegance), "Hunting Girl," and "Velvet Green," set a new standard for the group's sound/10(K).
Suddenly Ian Anderson creates an album inspired by his surroundings and the book and "Songs from the Wood" is born. Even better, Jethro Tull returns to experimenting with musical themes and styles, turning their backs on the heady commercial success of "Agualung" and "Warchild." The result is interesting and fun/5(14).
· Ian Anderson – Circular Breathing: 7: Ian Anderson – The Habanero Reel: 8: Jethro Tull – Cross-Eyed Mary: 9: Jethro Tull – Thick As A Brick: Jethro Tull – Bouree: Jethro Tull – Mother Goose: Jethro Tull – My God: Jethro Tull – Songs From The Wood: Jethro Tull – Wond'ring Aloud: Jethro Tull – Hymn Ian Anderson – The Stormont Shuffle: Ian Anderson – Old Black Cat: Ian Anderson –5/5(1).
Written-By – Ian Anderson Notes White and blue Chrysalis labels, and sticker on some copies advertising "The Whistler" on front cover denote a reissue from around late (the original issue has green disc labels)/5(20).
While British folk music had been an element of the Jethro Tull sound nearly from the start, that influence was brought to the fore on 's appropriately titled Songs from the Fairport Convention had done earlier in the decade, Tull took centuries-old styles and blended them with a bit of a progressive rock flavor.
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