Tull's new one...

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Tull's new one...

Postby C » 09 Jan 2022, 14:09

I am waiting nervously for its release.

I'm not holding my breath

Is it going to be the 'one too many'....?

Pre-release views goons....?

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Re: Tull's new one...

Postby robertff » 09 Jan 2022, 15:13

C wrote:I am waiting nervously for its release.

I'm not holding my breath

Is it going to be the 'one too many'....?

Pre-release views goons....?

Image

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Got it on order, what will be, will be. Can always send it back.


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Re: Tull's new one...

Postby mudshark » 09 Jan 2022, 15:43

Do you guys know who are the musicians? Just curious whether or not there are any stalwarts from yesteryear.
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Re: Tull's new one...

Postby C » 09 Jan 2022, 17:11

mudshark wrote:Do you guys know who are the musicians? Just curious whether or not there are any stalwarts from yesteryear.


None

Joe Parrish-James (Guitarist), John O'Hara (keyboards), David Goodier (bass) and Scott Hammond (tubs)

Longest servers: John O'Hara & David Goodier who have been in the band since 2007. They both played on Ian Anderson's Thick as a Brick 2 [2012] and Homo Erraticus [2014]

TAAB 2 is excellent








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Re: Tull's new one...

Postby mudshark » 09 Jan 2022, 17:21

I think the last studio album under the JT moniker was that dot com thingy, some 20-odd years ago. I've never heard it so can't judge but the reviews weren't very positive, to put it mildly. And that was was still with Martin on guitar. I'm not holding my locomotive breath.
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Re: Tull's new one...

Postby C » 09 Jan 2022, 17:23

mudshark wrote: I'm not holding my locomotive breath.


:lol:

I have added a couple of bits above Muddy



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Re: Tull's new one...

Postby C » 09 Jan 2022, 17:25

mudshark wrote:I think the last studio album under the JT moniker was that dot com thingy, some 20-odd years ago. I've never heard it so can't judge but the reviews weren't very positive


I think it is the best of the last four. For me, one needs to go back to 1987's Crest of the Knave which I think is excellent




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Re: Tull's new one...

Postby OUTPLAY » 09 Jan 2022, 18:27

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LET'S ROCK!!!

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Re: Tull's new one...

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Re: Tull's new one...

Postby yomptepi » 11 Jan 2022, 12:59

I think he really should call it a day. There isn't going to be a septogenarian revelation. He isn't going to pull any rabbits from the hat. In fact he should have stuck to salmon farming when that was his latest fad. The thrust has been neutered, and the power chords no longer thrill. Have some dignity man.
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Re: Tull's new one...

Postby C » 11 Jan 2022, 13:00

yomptepi wrote:I think he really should call it a day. There isn't going to be a septogenarian revelation. He isn't going to pull any rabbits from the hat.


Sadly I agree Michael





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Re: Tull's new one...

Postby Matt Wilson » 11 Jan 2022, 15:37

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Re: Tull's new one...

Postby C » 11 Jan 2022, 15:54

Matt Wilson wrote:Image


Who the hell's that....?




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Re: Tull's new one...

Postby Matt Wilson » 11 Jan 2022, 16:14

C wrote:
Who the hell's that....?




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Re: Tull's new one...

Postby Neil Jung » 11 Jan 2022, 18:19

It got a good review in the new Prog magazine (and elsewhere) although since he gave them an interview that probably isn’t surprising.
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Re: Tull's new one...

Postby C » 12 Jan 2022, 10:36

Matt Wilson wrote:
C wrote:
Who the hell's that....?




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Coan's hero.


I'm none the wiser

He looks like a geriatric - whoever he is!




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Re: Tull's new one...

Postby robertff » 12 Jan 2022, 10:57

C wrote:
Matt Wilson wrote:
C wrote:
Who the hell's that....?




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Coan's hero.


I'm none the wiser

He looks like a geriatric - whoever he is!


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Mark E. Smith - The Fall


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Re: Tull's new one...

Postby C » 12 Jan 2022, 14:36

robertff wrote:Mark E. Smith

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I'm none the wiser...

Anderson at least has some ROCK cred....!





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Re: Tull's new one...

Postby C » 12 Jan 2022, 14:41

Neil Jung wrote:It got a good review in the new Prog magazine (and elsewhere) although since he gave them an interview that probably isn’t surprising.


Indeed

It's Ian's voice - he doesn't really sing so much these days but talks in a melodious way.

It gets a little samey as it's all within the same limited range.

This was a good album - I love it!



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Re: Tull's new one...

Postby robertff » 12 Jan 2022, 15:35

C wrote:
robertff wrote:Mark E. Smith

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I'm none the wiser...

Anderson at least has some ROCK cred....!


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He's dead C.



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