Jethro Tull - Songs From The Wood (1977) (2003 Remaster Edit)

Jethro Tull - Songs From The Wood (1977) (2003 Remaster Edit)

Tull was a controversial band back in the 70's. Were they a rock band at all? Were they even a prog. rock band like Yes and Floyd? Or were they something totally unclassifiable? With an enigmatic leader, Ian Anderson, they have some of the biggest hits ever, Aqualung and Locomotive Breath, both with plenty of radio play, and followed up that success with two albums that had only one song each (Thick as a Brick and A Passion Play, both which strangely became #1 albums- how is that possible?). Then in 1977, after a couple of other very successful albums, they popped out Songs From the Woodmore…. This album rocks in a real woodsy sort of way. The title track sounds great on the remastered version, especially the vocals. Hunting Girl is a real standout too. This album stands as a musical work that will never go out of style. It is timeless and a keeper in your collection...Robert Hoffnung

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01. Songs From The Wood (4:56)
02. Jack-in-the-Green (2:31)
03. Cup Of Wonder (4:34)
04. Hunting Girl (5:13)
05. Ring Out, Solstice Bells (3:47)
06. Velvet Green (6:05)
07. The Whistler (3:31)
08. Pibroch (Cap In Hand) (8:36)
09. Fire At Midnight (2:34)
10. Beltane (5:19) (Bonus)
11. Velvet Green (Live) (5:54) (Bonus)

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