Jethro Tull - Stormwatch

7.5 | 36 votes |
Release date: 14 September 1979
Style: Progressive rock


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01. North Sea Oil
02. Orion
03. Home
04. Dark Ages
05. Warm Sporran
06. Something's On The Move
07. Old Ghosts
08. Dun Ringill
09. Flying Dutchman
10. Elegy
11. A Stitch In Time [bonus]
12. Crossword [bonus]
13. Kelpie [bonus]
14. King Henry's Madrigal [bonus]


Comments: 2   Visited by: 28 users
03.03.2012 - 00:24
Most of the songs here are very relaxing, in the way that none of the instruments are used for a harder edge, as found on previous releases such as 'Aqualung' and even 'Heavy Horses'. However, what is not missing here is Anderson's penchant for more than just a few well-handled flute solos, as well as some brilliantly structured songs. The band probably wouldn't get much better musically after this album, but 'Stormwatch' is yet another reason to listen to 70's Progressive Rock.
08.10.2016 - 16:21
Rating: 7
Decent JT album with no strong highlights other than "North Sea Oil" and "Something's On The Move".
The guitar is my sword, I'll fight 'til I die /../

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