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Jethro Tull – The Christmas Album (2CD)

Artist: Jethro Tull 
Title Of Album: The Christmas Album
Year Of Release: 2009
Type: CD
Label: The Ian Anderson Group of Companies
Genre: Progressive rock, folk rock, hard rock, blues rock, electronic music
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 02:06:59
Total Size: 301 MB


Tracklist :
CD 1: The Christmas Album
01. Birthday Card At Christmas (3:37)
02. Holly Herald (4:16)
03. A Christmas Song (2:47)
04. Another Christmas Song (3:31)
05. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (4:34)
06. Jack Frost And The Hooded Crow (3:37)
07. Last Man At The Party (4:48)
08. Weathercock (4:17)
09. Pavane (4:19)
10. First Snow On Brooklyn (4:58)
11. Greensleeved (2:39)
12. Fire At Midnight (2:25)
13. We Five Kings (3:16)
14. Ring Out Solstice Bells (4:04)
15. Bourée (4:25)
16. A Winter Snowscape (4:56)

CD 2: Live Christmas at St. Bride’s
01. Weathercock (4:43)
02. Introduction: Rev. George Pitcher/Choir: What Cheer (3:32)
03. A Christmas Song (3:39)
04. Living In These Hard Times (3:45)
05. Choir: Silent Night (3:07)
06. Reading: Ian Anderson, Marmion (2:18)
07. Jack In The Green (2:34)
08. Another Christmas Song (3:57)
09. Reading: Gavin Esler, God’s Grandeur (1:50)
10. Choir: Oh, Come All Ye Faithful (3:51)
11. Reading: Mark Billingham, The Ballad Of The Breadman (3:34)
12. A Winter Snowscape (3:40)
13. Reading: Andrew Lincoln, Christmas (3:13)
14. Fires At Midnight (3:39)
15. We Five Kings (3:20)
16. Choir: Gaudete (3:41)
17. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen/Thick As A Brick (10:27)

A fantastic double album which is bound to get you in the festive spirit! A combination of two superb Christmas albums including the original 'Jethro Tull Christmas Album' released in 2003. And the more recent recording 'Jethro Tull - Live At St Brides'.
'The Jethro Tull Christmas Album' features 16 uplifting Christmas songs with a twist only Tull could achieve!
Last Christmas, Jethro Tull performed and recorded a live concert at St Bride's Church in London. The profits from all tickets sold for the service, went to The Connection at St Martins - a charitable facility for the care of London's homeless community. Ian Anderson's view is that "we all have a duty of care and responsibility to help the less fortunate."
"Christmas - an aspirin for the soul or cold-turkey celebration of the birth and life of Christ? It has to be a measured bit of both doesn't it? And, if you can cope with it, a Happy New Year."

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