My God- Now here is another masterful, explorative piece.
With an Anderson who throws his arrows against religion, taking it with God, we see an initially acoustic song unfold which then presents an exceptional adult videos for married couples rock rhythm progression thanks to the guitar played by Martin Barre, protagonist of the sound of Tull as Anderson.
Well none of that ever scared us away now did it?
And although my eyes were open.
Top Ten Songs.
Why did so many people insist it was a concept album, perhaps because it sounded more prog?
It certainly bears exploring deeper into the album.
You still have probably heard this album; if you haven't, it is highly recommended as an excellent addition to your collection.
The rest of the album is moody,downbeat,bluesy - neil conjuring amazing,subterranean sounds from his guitar.
One acquaintance of mine opines that the song was actually intended as a parody of the "deep, meaningful, heavy" songs popular in the day anyone still have their 45 of In the Year ?
Keep up the good work.
Please just remember that you are reading a review that someone you don't know personally wrote about an album he doesn't like.
It's never bothered me that I don't know what they mean.
The ever popular Steven Wilson was enlisted by Ian Anderson to handle the knob turning and once again he has outdone himself making his services so well known basic math for adults he probably could spend the rest of his life remastering prog rock classics and put his recording career into permanent retirement.