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Heavy Horses

Jethro Tull

Heavy Horses

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  • Currently 5.0/5 Stars.

Type: Album

Sampling: 44,1 kHz

Source: CD

Tracks: 9

Language: English

Total size: 97.75 Mb

Year: 1978

Total price: $1.08


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A refreshing blast of progressive folk! Though not quite as consistent as its predecessor, the glorious "Songs From The Wood" it is still one of Tull's strongest albums. The woodsy feeling throughout the tracks is priceless! We start of with the sneaky "Mouse Police Never Sleeps", and then smash head-on with the magnificent Acres Wild! The flute is excellent, and its sure to get anyone off their feet. "No Lullaby" is A nice rocker, with hints from their previous rock sound, particularly "Minstrel In The Gallery". We find the albums strongest song in "Moths", which starts off with a captivating hook, and reels you in through four minutes of beauty. The lyrics on this song are simply poetry. you" ll wish it was a little longer! The next three tracks are weak in comparison, but "Rover" is one you don't want to miss. The title track is the real tour dė force in this album, running 9 minutes long, the orchestration is beautiful, and the flute is a killer. We end the journey through the woods very strongly with "Weathercock" which starts slowly, but is shortly followed by sme very catchy drumming. Overall, this is one album off the Tull category you don't want to miss!

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