Wounded, Old And Treacherous - Jethro Tull - Roots To Branches (CD, Album)

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  1. Digitally remastered edition of this album. Whereas in the s Jethro Tull had dabbled in Heavy Metal and Modern Rock, Roots To Branches hearkens back to the classic Tull sound, with a lot more of Anderson's flute, making it one of the band's more vintage-sounding offerings during their later erpsytenesleli.irandiegaditinitemamvahillstor.infoinfos:
  2. Wounded, Old and Treacherous Lyrics: A walk on the quiet side, late in the day -- / Don't mean to get in anybody's way / The Gods seem willing: sun's in the sky / Old crows cawing as the straight.
  3. This mid-'90s Tull studio album has its good moments, mostly shadows of earlier work. All of the songs here have more of a mood of urgency than some of Tull's then-recent albums, and a few even have memorable melodies -- the title tune, "At Last, Forever" (which sounds like a Thick as a Brick outtake), "Rare and Precious Chain," "Dangerous Veils," and "Valley," which recall the best moments of 5/
  4. Jethro Tull "Roots To Branches": Words get written. Words get twisted. Old meanings move in the drift of time. Lift the flickering.
  5. Roots to Branches, an Album by Jethro Tull. Released 25 September on EMI (catalog no. 3 2 6; CD). Genres: Progressive Rock.
  6. Feb 26,  · With Roots To Branches deliver them an atmospheric cd, on which mainly complex compositions with many tempo changes. Rougher songs are interspersed with quiet, almost fragile-sounding songs like At Last, Forever. Wounded, Old And Treacherous takes no less than seven and a half minutes and ends in a beautiful climax of drum roll, guitars and flutes/5(67).
  7. Words get written, words get twisted Old meanings move in the drift of time Lift the flickering torches, see gentle shadows change The features of the faces cut in unmoving stone Bad mouth on a prayer day Hope no one's listening Roots down in the wet clay Branches.
  8. Digitally remastered edition of this album. Whereas in the s Jethro Tull had dabbled in Heavy Metal and Modern Rock, Roots To Branches hearkens back to the classic Tull sound, with a lot more of Anderson's flute, making it one of the band's more vintage-sounding offerings during their later era/5(56).
  9. Roots to Branches is the 19th studio album by Jethro Tull released in September It carries characteristics of Tull’s classic s art-rock and folk-rock roots alongside jazz and Arabic and Far Eastern influences.

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