Song of the day (10/29/06)

Im only behind like 13 songs o/t days, no worries 😀

Jethro Tull

Jethro Tull is a British band that’s been around since the 60s. Ian Anderson (bloke with flute) has been a consistent member, and band size fluctuated between 4-6 people. Jethro Tull’s trademark is the flute, mostly used in (awesome) medieval/myth-themed (progressive) rock.

To illustrate, today’s song is Jack Frost and The Hooded Crow.

I like the vocals best in this song. They’re brilliant. The content, the sound, it’s sweetass. The song is furthermore supported by flute, some string instrument, an electrical guitar and drums. I love it to bits.

Alas, no youtube for this one :/

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4 thoughts on “Song of the day (10/29/06)

  1. peppie Post author

    you can die a horrible dutch death ok? I have theatre practice at the 23rd and have to go on stage myself the 24th (and 25th + 26th)

    I also have a fat amount of 40 euros on my bankaccount

    so choke in your own farts etc.

    Reply

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