Tag Archives: Jethro Tull

Jordsjo ~ Jord

  Jordsjo is a symphonic progressive rock band from the netherlands. This album, while at first, threw me off with the first track, the second track brought me right back to where I belong. With a mixture of music stemming … Continue reading

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Alan Simon ~ Songwriter

  This album is an album of 2 different kinds of music. On disc 1 you get the world music & also symphonic music of Alan Simon & friends. Disc 1 is very relaxed & could very well be used … Continue reading

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Jethro Tull ~ The String Quartets

  I’ve always liked Jethro Tull, and even though this is not Jethro Tull, this album Rocks…classically. The album has Violins, Viola, & Cellos playing most of this music. Ian Anderson, the master of the flute & front man of … Continue reading

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Tim Bowness ~ Lost In The Ghost Light

    Tim Bowness just released his fourth solo album this past week, and after a few listens, I’ve found that I really enjoy it. At first listen, I was saying, “Ehhhh, it’s alright”, but after repeated listens, I could … Continue reading

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MARTIN BARRE ~ BACK TO STEEL

If you’re a Jethro Tull fan, you will probably love this. This album shows the guitar wizardry of Martin Barre, just as if he were still playing with Jethro Tull, but, wait…this is a solo album, so, things are a … Continue reading

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