Thursday, April 23, 2009

Wishbone Ash 1970

This is hands down the greatest recording from Wishbone Ash. Considered to be some of the earliest innovators of duel lead guitar harmonies, Wishbone Ash were the U.K.'s answer to everything going on musically in the world. They had hard rock chops the likes of Cream and The Yardbirds but heavier, teamed with a massive English Folk influence and beautiful, ghostly lead guitar work. The only other music I could really relate this to would be Early Martin Barre era Jethro Tull. And as much as I love Tull, this trumps their whole catalog.


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