Quad LP/Tape Poll Jethro Tull: War Child [CD-4/Q8/QR]

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    7

EMB

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The other Tull quad, from 1974.

Side 1:

1. War Child
2. Queen And Country
3. Ladies
4. Back Door Angels
5. Sealion

Side 2:

1. Skating Away On The Thin Ice Of A New Day
2. Bungle In The Jungle
3. Only Solitaire
4. The Third Hoorah
5. Two Fingers


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R E Faust

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I give this 7. It's a fairly nice discreet mix of one of the lesser JT albums of the era IMHO. Not on a par with 'Thick as a Brick' or 'Passion Play'.

Also as I don't own CD4 equipment I have to say the only conversionsions I have heard don't come from great sources (pops and scratches etc)

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I believe I gave it an 8. Nice mix, good performance, decent fidelity. I've had my CD-4 since the week it was released. Definitely a must for any Tull Fan.

Linda

I give this 7. It's a fairly nice discreet mix of one of the lesser JT albums of the era IMHO. Not on a par with 'Thick as a Brick' or 'Passion Play'.

Also as I don't own CD4 equipment I have to say the only conversionsions I have heard don't come from great sources (pops and scratches etc)

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I used to play folks "Bungle in the Jungle", mostly because it was fairly "new" at the time, and in quad. Alas, that was long ago.
Still a worth disc and a nice demo track to demo quad to the unaware.
 
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