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Ian Anderson talks about Benefit.
Benefit is the third studio album by the British rock band Jethro Tull, released in April 1970. It was the first Tull album to include pianist and organist John Evan though he was not yet considered a permanent member of the group and the last to include bass guitarist Glenn Cornick who was fired from the band upon completion of touring for the album. It was recorded at Morgan Studios, the same studio where the band recorded its previous album Stand Up however the band experimented with more. Jethro tull, studio albums, 1970. More hard-rocking and transcended from blues influences than its predecessor Stand Up, Benefit also incorporated more advanced studio techniques, such as backward-recorded flute on With You There To Help Me and piano, and sped-up guitar on Play In Time . Shop benefit on burning shed. Stream the album. Benefit became Tulls first million-seller, barely missing the Top Ten charts in the U. The album features a harder, slightly darker feel Ians words than Tulls earlier works and clear hints of cynicism cresting with the following album:. Jethro Tull - Benefit 1970. To favorites 17 Download album. Listen album. Progressive Rock. Jethro Tull. Переиздание 2001 года. Не дооценил я Benefit. With you there to help me, Nothing to say, Alive and well and living in, To cry you a song, Inside. Шикарный альбом lobovav. Stand Up не слабее, но и этот замечательный. замечательный альбом , для меня долгое время был в тени акваланга и не стар для рок н ролла , и потом как прозрение , послушал внимательно , самое интересное то что с телефона , так он мне понравился , вещи все тонкие проникновенные , прошлые альбы слабее намного. Benefit was the album on which the Jethro Tull sound solidified around folk music, abandoning blues entirely. Beginning with the opening number, With You There to Help Me, Anderson adopts his now-familiar, slightly mournful folksingersage persona, with a rather sardonic outlook on life and the world his acoustic guitar carries the melody, joined by Martin Barre's electric instrument for the crescendos. This would be the model for much of the material on Aqualung and especially Thick as a Brick, although the acousticelectric pairing would be executed more effectively on thos. This Was. Too Old To Rock 'N' Roll. Jethro Tull - The String Quartets. Roots To Branches. 1995 2006 Digital Remaster. Live In Sweden '69. The Greatest Sixties Album. 100 Greatest 60s: Golden Oldies From The Sixties. 70s Songs. Listen free to Jethro Tull Benefit With You There to Help Me, Nothing to Say and more. 10 tracks 41:54. To illustrate how great the music was at the time this album was released, one need only to look at this band's previous offering, Stand Up and the next several albums that followed this one. No other artist nowadays comes close. You could even narrow it down to three if you just add Aqualung alright - Living In The Past, too to this stylistic group and the same still holds true - a great album from a truly great band. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the. Review by Peter SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Honorary Collaborator. Not in the level of Aqualung or Thick as a Brick but Benefit is a well balanced album with no fillers that includes some masterpieces and tracks that will be part of Jethro Tull's repertoire in later gigs. my favorites from this album are: With You There to Help Me: This is the song that would introduce me to the Jethro Tull's world, still can remember the impression that made on me the contrast between the acute flute, Ian's low vocal tone and Barre's breathtaking chords. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Jethro Tull's third studio album Benefit is a record that I have always struggled to get into. Back when I was a teenager, I found this album in my mother's record collection and I remember it making me feel a little strange. As a kid I was use to a lot of things in rock music, but a flute. I remember having this album way back in the 1970's and was a great favourite of mine then somehow the album vanished and only resently after having bought 2 platinum best of albums of all Jethro Tull music my hunger for Jethro Tull was rekindled. I was so dissappointed with only one track from Benefit being featured on the 2 platinum albums that I had to aquire this album. Jethro Tull: все альбомы, включая Live In Sweden '69 , 50 for 50 , 50th Anniversary Collection и другие