Jethro Tull - Benefit
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Plopping the vinyl onto the turntable and reducing the volume to a whisper, I set the needle down, anxious to discover who is Jethro Tull. Track one begins to play when suddenly my bedroom door flies open as my mom enters the room with her lit ciggy boo-boo and fetid breath making a mad dash for my stereo. Yikes, as I shiver, knowing nothing good will come of this random interaction. I stand by praying that my mommy, dearest, don't scratch the disc or mangle the stylus. She's got the ciggy ... read more


A jam band with a flute. And that flute rocks more than anything. But overall this album was okay. It didn't seem very focused or know what it should be with each song. But there were some great riffs and individual tracks, especially To Cry You a Song, For Michael Collins... and Teacher from the U.S. release.



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Track List

  1. With You There to Help Me
  2. Nothing to Say
  3. Alive and Well and Living In
  4. Son
  5. For Michael Collins, Jeffrey and Me
  6. To Cry You a Song
  7. A Time for Everything?
  8. Inside
  9. Play In Time
  10. Sossity; You're a Woman
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Added on: April 2, 2016