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Monday, 25 July 2011

Jethro Tull - Aqualung [1971]

Well if it isn't everyone's favourite band of angry prog hobos, Jethro Tull! Regarded as one of the essential prog rock bands (which is ironic, because the band often claimed to be parodying the genre), many of their albums are considered classics, such as this: "Aqualung".

An album of two halves, side one is about the character 'Aqualung', a disgusting vagabond and his daily activities. Side two for some reason is about religion, although I'm not entirely sure why. Either way, this is a folky/bluesy/proggy blast of an album, with frontman Ian Anderson's flute at full throttle throughout. A must for any prog fan.

M4a, ~320 kbps (VBR)

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