Black marks to Amazon for listing the second track, perhaps Tull's most famous 'acoustic song', 'Life's a Long Song' as Life is a Sing Song! Perhaps it has been for Ian Anderson, but the title is incorrect. This is a good selection of the less 'rocky' Tull songs, although 'acoustic' is a bit of a misnomer as most tracks have a fairly full line-up of electric instruments played at some point. Good to see 'Pastime with Good Company' make it onto CD- this is reputedly the 'other ' song written by Henry VIIIth ( in addition to 'Greensleeves') and Tull turn it into a sort of driving Tudor instrumental rock number. 'Rupi's Dance' (Rupi is a kitten, Ian Anderson is keen on feline beasties ) makes it into a Tull album having been originally released on Ian's 'solo' album of the same name. I actually prefer another 'cat' acoustic track from that album, 'My old black cat' which is a wry elegy on the Christmas-time death of a much-loved old moggy. All of the songs on this album are good-to-excellent and it's good way to appreciate, on the whole, the quieter side of Jethro Tull's almost forty years of music.