Is this album conceptual? Each work is meant to represent some specific world religious or cultural theme. On the other hand, none of this is terribly memorable at all. Is this a presentation of Ian Anderson's pluralistic theology with 12 different gods?
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It has moments of great writing, colorful distinct playing, and character. You'll receive email and Feed alerts when new items arrive. The principal musicians are Anderson of course!
But pulling back from that tangent this is really a quality release just the way it is.
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Divinities: Twelve Dances with God - Ian Anderson | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic
For more recent exchange rates, please use the Universal Currency Converter. His solos are intoxicating, even without the high energy he often infuses into his Tull recordings.
In the Moneylender's Temple 3: I'm so happy to have taken the chance. Still, your review make me more attentive about the album. There's no Martin here, and the Minstrel hangs up his lyrics sheet; this does not rock, nor can you sing along. But they're as close to a favorite band as I have. The track titles are our only guides as this is an entirely instrumental work.
This could happen for a number of reasons: I don't know it very well. It may be of interest to some who lean towards jazz, world music, contemporary classical, and possibly even experimental music. I start thinking my 3.
Other sites in the MAC network: If you can classify this, do please tell me. As such, the album is best heard piecemeal, taking one or two tracks at random. In the Pay of Spain 4: Is this a presentation of Ian Anderson's pluralistic theology with 12 different gods? You may also refer to Tull's album "Heavy Horses" where there are many acoustic songs.
Ian Anderson's solo career has been, up until the last decade or so, pretty inconsistent. If classical is a viable genre. Skip to main content.
Divinities: Twelve Dances With God
For some reasons, I can't imagine him playing out from Jethro Tull. Twelve Dances with God is thus a better albeit safer solo effort from Anderson, though unfortunately sounds dated now, over two decades after its release. My first reaction is that the album might be a little better than you rated it, but then again, I haven't gone back and listened to it in years.
Hawkwind - Road to Utopia. Not how I planned it though. This is the BEST solo project of any prog artist. In the Times of India [Bombay Valentine] 8: It would have been a little better to here some more flute from the master though. That's a big what-if and maybe a pointless one, but with the right adjustments this could have been the best Tull album in ages. Ian plays soft and sweet, but nothing really sticks in the civinities.