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Heavy Horses
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on January 1, 2015
yes thank you. Great album
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on November 28, 2014
Great cd and great service
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on January 30, 2002
Definetely one of the best Jethro Tull's albums. Melodies, lyrics, Mr. Ian Anderson is a master!!!!!
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on June 14, 2015
Just like horseflesh
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on July 7, 2005
I hadn't heard Heavy Horses in 25 years and I remembered it as being a not-particularly-strong album, the beginning of Tull's decline to the depths of the mid-80's. Then I listened again.

I think it's great the reissue includes "Broadford Bazaar." No, it doesn't fit in with the farm-animal concept, but hey, it's a good song, as opposed to drivel like "Weathercock." The other songs are keepers, though. The title song could have had 4 minutes surgically removed, but remember this was the 70's when time could be artificially extended or compacted at will. "Mouse Police" was the most fun Ian had had since Thick As A Brick. "Moths" still touches me, and "Acres Wild" out-sylvans Songs From the Wood.
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For myself, I prefer the 3rd Jethro Tull line-up. For my listening pleasure, the best Tull tracks included Barriemore Barlow drumming. Here again, with HEAVY HORSES, you are allowed into the genius that is JT. The tune "Pussy Willow", comes to mind. A gentle sonata, leading the listener to a series of Martin Barre's tightly-held chord progressions. And concluding with a three-part harmony clearly of note. Just buy it . You will obtain many hours of listening enjoyment. And here again, any self-respecting TULL fan already has this CD.
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on May 25, 2015
it was good
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on February 25, 2015
Grate music
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I, personally LOVE this album. If you are not a Tull FAN, I would recomend aqualung as a first buy. If you are into Prog then go straight for Think as a Brick. The compositions on heavy horses are great and the instrumental playing superb. Where this album falls short is in Ian Anderson's vocal tracks. He is clearly losing his voice at this point. It is still a great album in spite of the gruffer vocal quality.
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on July 23, 2014
Excelent
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