Jethro Tull - Songs From The Wood album downloadPerformer: Jethro Tull
Title: Songs From The Wood
Style: Folk Rock, Hard Rock
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Songs from the Wood is the tenth studio album by British progressive rock band Jethro Tull, released February 1977.
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Jethro Tull’s tenth album was inspired by Ian Anderson’s departure to a more rural environment in a transition which bore clear influence on the writing and recording process, with the band notably doffing a cap to British folklore and countryside. Highlights include: 3CD, 2 DVD and 96 page book deluxe package. Including the original album remixed by Steven Wilson. A host of unreleased associated recordings and live tracks. On May 19th 2017, Parlophone Records will be releasing the long awaited Country Set, the deluxe version of Songs From The Wood. The first disc of the set contains the Steven Wilson remix of the original studio album, accompanied by associated recordings. This includes the tracks Old Aces Die Hard and Working John, Working Joe which are being released here for the first time on any format.
The album is considered to be the first of a trio of folk rock albums: Songs from the Wood, Heavy Horses (1978) and Stormwatch (1979). On the album cover appears an extended title line: Jethro Tull-with kitchen prose, gutter rhymes and divers-Songs from the Wood. The title track of the album contain two of these phrases in its lyrics. The UK music-paper adverts read: Jethro Tull present ‘Songs From The Wood’. A new album of Old Magic. It’s inspired by the thought that perhaps nature isn’t as gentle as we’d like to believe.
Songs from the Wood" is the title track off of English rock band Jethro Tull's album Songs from the Wood. Written by frontman Ian Anderson, it features a folk-rock style that characterizes the Songs from the Wood album. Inspired by English folk tradition, the song was named by Ian Anderson as one of his top Jethro Tull songs. The song has since received critical acclaim and was released as a single in New Zealand in 1977.
96 Page Booklet: - An extensive note by Martin Webb about the writing, recording and touring of Jethro Tull's tenth studio album Songs From The Wood. A track by track annotation of the album and associated recordings by Ian Anderson. Lyrics for the album and bonus tracks. An interview with studio engineer and radio producer Trevor White
Jethro Tull’s tenth album was inspired by Ian Anderson’s departure to a more rural environment in a transition which bore clear influence on the writing and recording process, with the band notably doffing a cap to British folklore and countryside. Songs From The Wood is often referred to as one of the most commercially appealing Jethro Tull albums, containing elements of rock, prog and folk-rock. Although media reaction at the time divided opinion, the album has certainly developed a nostalgic rapport with fans through the years and it is perceived today as one of the band’s most popular albums.
Although Songs From The Wood does show Jethro Tull going in a more acoustic-oriented direction, guitarist Martin Barre makes sure that his input remains significant, as his soaring riffs and solos can be often seen intertwining with Anderson’s acoustic guitar or flute. Lyrically, the album also is more woodsy, as the songs now speak of things like fireplaces and aimless trips through woodlands, a sharp contrast to Anderson’s ancient musings on London life and bitter attacks on organized religion. Songs From The Wood is (not without reason) the first Jethro Tull album in ages that received a noteworthy amount of positive feedback from professional critics. Happy that for the first time in years, one of their albums was well received, Jethro Tull would continue down this direction with their next two albums, Heavy Horses and the underwhelming Stormwatch.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||Songs From The Wood||4:52|
Performer [All Instruments] – Ian Anderson
|3||Cup Of Wonder||4:30|
|5||Ring Out, Solstice Bells||3:46|
|8||Pibroch (Cap In Hand)||8:37|
|9||Fire At Midnight||2:26|
- Copyright (c) – Chrysalis Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Salamander & Son Music Ltd.
- Recorded At – La Maison Rouge
- Recorded At – Morgan Studios
- Published By – Salamander & Son Music Ltd.
- Piano, Organ, Synthesizer – John Evan
- Piano, Synthesizer, Organ [Portative], Other [Additional Material] – David Palmer
- Vocals, Flute, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Whistle, Producer, Written-By – Ian Anderson
Notes℗ 1977 Chrysalis Records Ltd.
Manufactured by Cinram for MCA Records Canada , Distributed in Canada by MCA Records
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|CHR 1132||Jethro Tull||Songs From The Wood (LP, Album)||Chrysalis||CHR 1132||UK||1977|
|F2 21132, DIDX 444||Jethro Tull||Songs From The Wood (CD, Album, RE)||Chrysalis, Chrysalis||F2 21132, DIDX 444||US||Unknown|
|RP2-563580||Jethro Tull||Songs From The Wood 40th Anniversary Edition (The Steven Wilson Remix) (CD, Album, RE, Rem)||Chrysalis||RP2-563580||US||2017|
|6307 591, CHR 1132||Jethro Tull||Songs From The Wood (LP, Album)||Chrysalis, Chrysalis||6307 591, CHR 1132||Germany||1977|
|0190295847852||Jethro Tull||Songs From The Wood (LP, Album, RE, RM, 180)||Chrysalis||0190295847852||Europe||2017|