Jethro Tull - Aqualung (1971)

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Jethro Tull — Aqualung (1971) FLAC Card relase COVERART: INCLUDED Aqualung is the fourth studio album by the escarpment ensemble Jethro Tull. Released in 1971, Aqualung, despite the band's disaccord, is regarded as a concept album featuring a primary notion of «the honour between creed and God».[1] The album's «dour musings on trust and religion» have prominent it as "one of the most cerebral albums ever to reach millions of escarpment listeners".[2] Aqualung«s achievement prominent a turning moment in the band»s occupation, who went on to become a pre-eminent announce and touring act. Recorded at Atoll Records' studio in London, it was their first album with John Evan as a damned-formerly colleague, their first with new bassist Jeffrey Hammond and last album featuring Clive Bunker on drums. Something of a departure from the band's former toil, the album features more acoustic research than former releases; and—inspired by photographs of tramps people on the Thames Embankment taken by chorus-boy Ian Anderson's chain Jennie—contains a slew of recurring themes, addressing creed along with Anderson's own intimate experiences. Aqualung has sold more than seven million units worldwide according to Anderson, and is thus Jethro Tull's best selling album. The album was on the whole well-received critically, and has been included on several music ammunition «best of» lists. The album spawned two singles, «Hymn 43» and «Locomotive Breath». TRACKLIST (1971 CARD RELASE): Side one – Aqualung 1. «Aqualung» (Ian Anderson, Jennie Anderson) 6:34 2. «Cross-Eyed Mary» 4:06 3. «Cheap Day Return» 1:21 4. «Mother Goose» 3:51 5. «Wond'ring Aloud» 1:53 6. «Up to Me» 3:15 Side two – My God 1. «My God» 7:08 2. «Hymn 43» 3:14 3. «Slipstream» 1:13 4. «Locomotive Breath» 4:23 5. «Wind-Up» 6:01 GROSS FORMERLY 43:20 Jethro Tull: Ian Anderson – vocals, acoustic guitar, flute, business Clive Bunker – drums and percussion Martin Barre – tense guitar, descant recorder John Evan – piano, voice, mellotron Jeffrey Hammond (as «Jeffrey Hammond-Hammond») – bass guitar, alto recorder and odd voices (and endorsement vocals on «Mother Goose») Glenn Cornick – bass guitar (played with the ensemble at rehearsals for the album in June 1970, some of which may also have been recording sessions – especially in the untimely versions of «My God» and «Wondring Again/Wondring Aloud» – although he is not credited on the album)[6] Additional personnel: John Burns – recording inventor David Palmer – orchestral arrangements and conduction Burton Silverman – album artwork Terry Ellis — superintendent business Authenticity Ascent by Dragan Glavasic WAKE UP! 10:52 AM 8/22/2016