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Loading player…. Scrobble from Spotify? Connect to Spotify Dismiss. Search Search. Add artwork. Length 11 tracks, Release Date 24 July Related Tags progressive rock classic rock rock christmas 70s Add tags View all tags. Tracklist Sorted by: Running order Running order Most popular. Buy Loading. More Love this track. Play album Buy Loading. Scrobble Stats? What is scrobbling? Artist images 68 more. Their music is marked by the initially soulful and bluesy, and later expressively idiosyncratic, vocal style and unique Bourèe - Jethro Tull - The Pied Piper (CD) flute work of frontman Ian Anderson, and their notable guitarist Martin Barre.
Their songs feature unusual and often complex construction, incorporating elements of classical and celtic folk music, as well as art rock and alternative rock. Their music is marked by the initially soulful and bluesy, and later expressively … read more. Their music is marked by the initially soulful and bluesy, and later expressively idiosyncratic, vocal style and unique lead flu… read more.
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This disc features a few classic rock stapples in "Bungle in the Jungle" and ""Skating Away. Jethro Tull - Minstrel in the Gallery Chrysalis 1. Minstrel In The Gallery 2. Cold Wind To Valhalla 3. Black Satin Dancer 4. Requiem 5. Baker St. Grace "Minstrel in the Gallery" is Tull's eighth studio album.
The band had several hit records under their belts and were at the height of their popularity and at the top of their game musically as well.
Though "Minstrel in the Gallery" doesn't contain any hit singles, the album as a whole is a fan favorite and one of Jethro Tull's most successful albums. The album contains all the characteristics of a classic Tull album including Ian Anderson's unique vocals, Martin Barre's eclectic, electric guitar, the flowing flute passages, sparkling acoustic sections, the rhythm section of Barlow and Hammond, and the superb John Evans on piano and organ.
The music is progressive in nature, though never forsaking songwriting over technical prowess. Muse" is definitely the stand alone track on this collection. It is a phenomenal, progressive and epic song clocking in at over sixteen minutes. Not only is it one of the best songs on the album, but one of Tull's best overall. I am also partial to the hard rockin' "Minstrel in the Gallery" and the dynamic "Cold Wind to Valhalla. Don't know why but it just sticks in my head like superglue whenever I hear it.
This is probably due to the absence of any epic-length, progressive pieces of which Tull had become known for with "Thick As a Brick", "Minstrel in the Gallery" and "A Passion Play". As for me nostalgia plays a major role, and I love this entire disc. Had it when I was a kid on vinyl, and sure Bourèe - Jethro Tull - The Pied Piper (CD) glad to have in on disc as an old man.
So, I guess the title track is now applicable to me too. Jethro Tull - Songs from the Wood Chrysalis 1. Songs From The Wood 2. Jack-In-The-Green 3. Cup Of Wonder 4. Hunting Girl 5. Ring Out, Solstice Bells 6. Velvet Green 7. The Whistler 8.
Pibroch Cap In Hand 9. It is the band's tenth Bourèe - Jethro Tull - The Pied Piper (CD) album. I liked it. As the title and artwork may imply, "Songs from the Wood" is folky, acoustic and even slightly symphonic. Each song is an interplay between the guitars, percussion and those signature flute sounds. Rarely does the music stray into hard rock, though at times the sounds are intense and have a heavy vibe. Frankly, it's classic Tull. The album didn't really generate any big radio hits, though the single for this album "The Whistler" did chart.
The lack of 'hits' may be a deterrent to some, but I find "Songs from the Wood" to be a solid album and good listen from front to back.
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