Jethro Tull - This Was

6.7 | 45 votes |
Release date: 25 October 1968
Style: Progressive rock, Blues , Jazz


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01. My Sunday Feeling
02. Some Day The Sun Won't Shine For You
03. Beggar's Farm
04. Move On Alone
05. Serenade To A Cuckoo [Roland Kirk cover]
06. Dharma For One
07. It's Breaking Me Up
08. Cat's Squirrel
09. A Song For Jeffrey
10. Round
11. One For John Gee [2001 remaster bonus]
12. Love Story [2001 remaster bonus]
13. A Christmas Song [2001 remaster bonus]

Additional info
Re-released in 2008 as a 2CD, 40th Anniversary Collector's Edition featuring the remastered stereo mix, various BBC live recordings, rare singles, liner notes from every band member, and for the first time ever a remastered release of the original mono tapes

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19.03.2012 - 21:50
Rating: 7
Evidently greatly influenced by the blues rock scene of the late 60's, this album could mislead anyone into thinking that the band would continue in a completely folk direction. Not true, but as songs such as 'My sunday feeling' and 'Beggar's farm' prove, jethro tull were indeed a band far, far away from the progressive rock genre they would later take on. That said, there are some seriously heavy moments (for its time), as on 'Cat's Squirrel'. A good debut.
20.03.2012 - 00:52
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I for one like this album because of the blues influences; great blues rock if you ask me.
02.12.2016 - 14:12
Rating: 6
Pretty interesting album musically, though I don't see it having very good song compositions. I can listen a song here and there, chill and forget about it after. JT cam do better IMO.
The guitar is my sword, I'll fight 'til I die /../

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