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A album for sale by Jethro Tull was released Apr 20, 2004 on the Capitol label. By the end of the 1970s, the golden age of progressive rock was over, and Jethro Tull, former rulers of the prog-rock roost, entered the '80s sporting a radical change in both personnel and sound. Some of the change was a result of circumstance--longtime piano player John Evans and keyboardist/arranger David Palmer departed after '79's STORMWATCH, and bassist John Glascock had recently died, leaving only Ian Anderson and guitarist Martin Barre. ...See Full Description
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||Some innovation, excellent result|
New age keyboards don't mean necessarily bad music. I agree when people say that Under Wraps is not good, but I think the album "A" rocks! Two of my favorite Tull songs are here: Black Sunday and The Pine Marten's Jig.
By jtull65 (Goettingen, Germany)
I love this cd and listen to it all the time. It's very progressive and it's great that way! A+.
By Carrion (Save The Coral, FL)
|Weird Tull New Wave experiment|
Tull, in a creative quandary, decided to try a more synthesized 80's new wave sound and brought in Eddie Jobson on violin from Roxy Music.
By Andrew M (Santa Rosa, CA, USA)
Quite often, Tull's '80s output is looked on as inferior to what came before it. I disagree. This album signified a major personel change for the band, as well as noticeably different musical direction, but was still a very Jetho Tull sounding album.
By a fan (Washington)
A solid effort with consistent quality tunes. Dvd is a good bonus but the highlight of this disc is the fantastic drumming of Mark Craney.
By liam allcott (Surrey UK)
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|CD Universe Part number||6714149|
|Release Date||Apr 20, 2004|
|Producer||Ian Anderson; Robin Black|
|Engineer||Robin Black; Leigh Mantle|
|Recording Time||42 minutes|
|Personnel||Ian Anderson - vocals, flute|
Martin "Lancelot" Barre - guitar
Dave Pegg - bass
Mark Craney - drums
Also: Eddie Jobson
|Additional Info||With DVD|
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