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Jethro Tull - J-Tull Dot Com CD (album) cover


Jethro Tull


Prog Folk

3.03 | 397 ratings

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4 stars This album J-Tull Dot com has mixed reviews here, from bad to good and excellent. I'm in second category, and i mean this is above good, is excellent addition to my collection. I simply enjoy this album very much and i considered to be the best Jethro Tull album since Broad sword and the beast. It has everything to be a good album, inspired pieces, great flute interplays and a lighter sound. Anderson is in good form, his voice is much smoother than on predecesors, but good. The title of the album is taken from thier web site J-Tull dot com, they try it to promote their web site through the album, a good choice and quite inventive i might say. The music as always is very fine with flute works on every piece, nice guitar chops by the veteran Martin Barre and excellent drum parts by Doane Perry. The keyboards sounds very smooth but as mood needed very eclectic and solid with strong shifts on Hammond and piano - the master is Andy Giddings. The best pieces are Spiral , Dot com - with a femele guest Najma Akhtar who gives a solid arabian feel to it, El Nino (the guitar sounds almost heavy metal, but is very ok) and Bends like a willow , the rest are ok. Someting must be mentioned, is that Anderson has a great ability to compose diverse pieces but keeping the main characteritics of Jethro Tull. So all in all an excelent album in my opinion, desearve much better view, 4 stars.
b_olariu | 4/5 |


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