Digitally remastered reissue of 1970 album includes four bonus tracks, 'Teacher' (Original UK Mix), 'Witch's Promise', 'Just Trying To Be' & 'Singing All Day'.
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(ElJefe) from DIXON, IL
Reviewed on 7/26/2018...
Early Tull....not nearly as well known as Aqualung but has some hidden gems such as "To Cry You a Song". More guitar and less flute-oriented than what you might expect.
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(Desorow) from BETHEL PARK, PA
Reviewed on 4/13/2007...
1 With You There to Help Me
2 Nothing to Say
5 For Michael Collins, Jeffrey and Me
6 To Cry You a Song
7 A Time for Everything
9 Play in Time
10 Sossity; You're a Woman
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Randall J. Mier | wisconsin | 05/21/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a realy great Tull album--some would disagree with me when I say it's on par with Aqualung, but I think it is. Perhaps not quite as good, but Aqualung is much more famous and more frequently played--so this album is always a treat to return to. Great early Tull. And the bonus tracks are excellent as well!"
xxxbluejazz | 09/20/2010
(4 out of 5 stars)
"It's funny because I hadn't listened to Jethro Tull for many years, but I was a fan in their early years. I happened on a tv concert they had on a couple of months ago and I was very impressed. I checked out some sound samples
from their first few albums and bought StandUp, Benefit and Aqualung. My favorite on Benefit is Cry Me a Song. This group lineup is my favorite too, and unfortunately the last album with bassist Glenn Cornick, who I thought was incredible. This was Martin Barr's second Tull album and he's still playing with Ian Anderson-that's a lot of years! If you don't have this and are a Tull fan do so."