Talk:Songs from the Wood
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In the article it says they are folk rock, but in the little box on the right hand side, it says they are prog rock, as it says on the bottom. whats up with this?
This article reads like an advertisement. Calling their live performance "unbelievable" might be accurate to a fan (such as myself), but it's hardly a verifiable statement. This whole thing could use a more unbiased, less analytical rewrite.
- Agreed. It reads like a review. I have no quarrel with Tull or with this CD/album, in fact I am a huge fan and have been for more than 25 years, but the tone of this article is not wikipedia-ish. -- Terry J. Gardner 19:41, 6 April 2007 (UTC)
I like it!
I like this article. I think that it is appropriately written by a fan of the band. And Jethro Tull's live show is "unbelievable"...I can attest to that! (Ceilidthbear 09:45, 9 January 2007 (UTC))
Front cover picture - in fact a photorealistic painting?
I don't have the cover of Songs from the Wood at hand but I always had the impression that the picture on the cover, showing Ian Anderson in a forest scene, is actually not a photograph but a photorealistic painting. Maybe I was wrong, but if not it would be worth mention it in the article. --Mipani (talk) 15:44, 11 April 2009 (UTC)
- Yes, I agree with the impression that the picture is not a photograph. But I don't know where to get information about it. I also thought that it could be a photograph which was overpainted! -- Tabasco da Gammla (talk) 20:58, 24 June 2009 (UTC)
Ring Out Solsitce bells live
Jethro Tull never played Ring out Solstice Bells live.