Ring Out

Ring Out, Solstice Bells (EP)

Ring Out, Solstice Bells
EP de Jethro Tull
Publicación Finales de 1976
Género(s) Rock progresivo
Discográfica Chrysalis
Cronología de Jethro Tull

Life Is a Long Song'
(1972)

Ring Out, Solstice Bells

Warm Sporran
(1979)

Ring Out, Solstice Bells es un EP lanzado en 1976 por el grupo de rock progresivo Jethro Tull en conmemoración del solsticio de invierno.

Es complementario del álbum Songs from the Wood (1977) y dos de sus canciones, "Pan Dance" y "March, the Mad Scientist" no aparecieron en éste.

Destaca especialmente la bella pieza instrumental orquestal "Pan Dance", con arreglos orquestales de David Palmer.

Lista de temas

# Título Autor Interpretaciones Año
1. "Ring Out, Solstice Bells" (Ian Anderson)   1976
2. "March, the Mad Scientist" (Ian Anderson) 1974: grabación 1976: lanzamiento
3. "Christmas Song" (Ian Anderson)  
4. "Pan Dance" (Ian Anderson) 1976

Referencias

  • Javier de Juan, Jethro Tull, Ediciones Júcar, Colección Los Juglares, nº 55, Madrid, 1984, pág. 192. ISBN 84-334-2055-0.
  • «En Collecting Tull». Consultado el 18 de diciembre de 2007.
  • «En All Music Guide». Consultado el 28 de noviembre de 2007.

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