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This latest in a long line of compilations over new material may seem a pointless release to the legions of hard core TULL fans out there, craving a long time coming album of new material.
However, this release serves an important role in showcasing to the "casual" or "non convert" listener the unique and rewarding music Ian Anderson and Jethro Tull have been recording and performing (with varying degrees of success!)over the past almost 40 years.
For anybody who enjoys what in modern times seems to be the forgotten craft of quality song-writing, and who is prepared to judge the music on its own merit, detached from terms like 'prog rock' , then this album will prove… Read more