Originally Posted by Nzoner
What I wouldn't give to see the entire Heavy Horses project performed live.
I remember when CDs came out, how amazingly cool it was to have that sort of sound quality. Back then, in the Neolithic Era, it was quite something to put on a big pair of earmuff headphones and just zone out to a great album that just HAD to be listened to through headphones via a CD. Of course there were the obvious choices: Pink Floyd ("The Wall", "Dark Side Of The Moon"), The Beatles (that last chord from "A Day In The Life", the "Sgt. Pepper" album), Led Zep (4), et cetera. But, for me, zoning out to Jethro Tull was the best. "Aqualung", "Songs From The Wood", "Heavy Horses", "Broadsword and the Beast", "Thick As A Brick", "A Passion Play", "Stormwatch", "Minstrel In The Gallery"... because of the folk-English sound and many pauses they put in their music, it's just a great band to savor in high-fidelity.