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Catfish Rising album for sale by Jethro Tull was released Sep 14, 1999 on the Chrysalis label. A year after winning a Grammy Award for best metal album--an award that was the occasion for much mirth in the critical community--Jethro Tull returned with an album that nobody would ever mistake for metal but nonetheless rocked harder and more authoritatively than anything the group had recorded in years. Although leader/flute guy Ian Anderson sounds rather more Lennonesque than one remembers, guitarist Martin Barre's riffing and slide work recall the band's early '70s heyday, while the new songs (check out "Sparrow on the Schoolyard Wall") manage to split the difference between Tull's English folk and blues roots with alacrity. Catfish Rising CD music contains a single disc with 13 songs. ...See Full Description
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||One of Ian's best creations|
I've been a Tull fan for over 30 years and this album is one my most cherished. I saw them perform this whole album a few years back to promote it, and it certainly deserves a five star rating! A geat mix of songs!
By a reviewer (raleigh,n.c.)
||not a lot of inspiration, but it´s funny!|
This is not one of those JT albums you may consider a great one from the first to the last note. But songs like "Rocks On The Road" and "Roll Yer Own" are good, anyway.
By zdraw (Ribeirao Preto, SP, Brazil)
||A long album, but another masterpiece!|
Take time to listen to this album. You will become a "Tull" fan for shure! Great lyrics and music from the master himself, Ian Anderson. Martin Barre is one of the all time great guitar players!A lot of acoustic and electric guitar playing! This album is a big suprise!
By sagaman (Indpls. Ind.)
||Worst Tull Offering|
I love Tull, but I've got to admit, this is their absolute worst album. They go for a dirty/blues feel on this one that just does not work. Some songs are downright banal, like Sparrow on the Schoolyard Wall. There is a fun moment or two with Roll yer Own and Thinking Round Corners. Rocks on the Road is a very good tune and is probably the only one worthy of the Tull legacy. This one also contains the very worst song Tull (Ian Anderson) has ever written, Doctor to my Disease...just horrid.
By a reviewer (Swansea, IL, USA)
||new remastered catfish rising cd|
I would highly recommend this version. clear, crisp Tull. d
By cale_walters (ST Louis, MO, USA)
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Catfish Rising songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1135940|
|Release Date||Sep 14, 1999|
|Engineer||Ian Anderson; Mark Tucker; Tim Matyear|
|Recording Time||60 minutes||