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Jethro Tull

Jethro Tull
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Jethro Tull was a British rock group, formed in Luton, Bedfordshire, in December 1967, initially playing experimental blues rock, they later incorporated elements of classical music, folk music, jazz, hard rock, and art rock into their music. Having more than 20 official members over the years, their music is characterized by the vocals, acoustic guitar, and flute playing of Ian Anderson, who led the band from its founding, and the guitar work of Martin Barre, who had been with the band since 1969, after he replaced original guitarist Mick Abrahams. The last works released as a group were in 2003, though the band continued to tour until 2011. In April 2014, Anderson stated that "Jethro Tull" as a band was no more, wanting to leave the legacy of the name as he continued his solo career.
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The Ed Palermo Big Band — The Great Un​-​American Songbook Vol. III: Run for Your Life The Ed Palermo Big Band — The Great Un​-​American Songbook Vol. III: Run for Your Life
(Cuneiform , 2020, CD / DL)
Ian Anderson — Plays the Orchestral Jethro Tull Ian Anderson — Plays the Orchestral Jethro Tull
(C&B Productions Cbp10260dvd, 2007, DVD)
Jethro Tull — Living with the Past Jethro Tull — Living with the Past
(Eagle Records EAGDV0003, 2002, CD+DVD)
Jethro Tull — J-Tull Dot Com Jethro Tull — J-Tull Dot Com
(Fuel2000 FLD-1043, 1999, CD)
Various Artists — Tribute to the Titans Various Artists — Tribute to the Titans
(Magna Carta MA-9032-2, 1999, CD)
Various Artists — To Cry You a Song: A Collection of Tull Tales Various Artists — To Cry You a Song: A Collection of Tull Tales
(Magna Carta MA-9009-2, 1996, CD)
Jethro Tull — Roots to Branches Jethro Tull — Roots to Branches
(Chrysalis F2 35418, 1995, CD)
Ray — Somewhere in the Universe Ray — Somewhere in the Universe
(Universe UNI 323, 1995, CD)
Jethro Tull — A Little Light Music Jethro Tull — A Little Light Music
(Chrysalis F2-21954, 1992, CD)
Jethro Tull — Catfish Rising Jethro Tull — Catfish Rising
(Chrysalis F2 21863, 1991, CD)
Jethro Tull — Nightcap: The Unreleased Masters 1973-1991 Jethro Tull — Nightcap: The Unreleased Masters 1973-1991
(Chrysalis CDP 528157, 1991/1993, 2CD)
Jethro Tull — Rock Island Jethro Tull — Rock Island
(Chrysalis F2 21708, 1989, CD)
Jethro Tull — 20 Years of Jethro Tull Jethro Tull — 20 Years of Jethro Tull
(Chrysalis V3K 41753, 1988, 3CD)
Jethro Tull — Crest of a Knave Jethro Tull — Crest of a Knave
(Chrysalis VK 41590, 1987, CD)
Jethro Tull — Under Wraps Jethro Tull — Under Wraps
(Chrysalis FV 41461, 1984, LP)
Jethro Tull — The Broadsword and the Beast Jethro Tull — The Broadsword and the Beast
(Chrysalis CHR 1380, 1982, LP)
Jethro Tull — A Jethro Tull — A
(Chrysalis PV 41301, 1980, LP)
Jethro Tull — Stormwatch Jethro Tull — Stormwatch
(Chrysalis PV 41238, 1979, LP)
Jethro Tull — Heavy Horses Jethro Tull — Heavy Horses
(Chrysalis CHR 1175, 1978, LP)
Jethro Tull — Live - Bursting Out Jethro Tull — Live - Bursting Out
(Chrysalis V2X 41201, 1978, 2LP)
Jethro Tull — Songs from the Wood Jethro Tull — Songs from the Wood
(Chrysalis CHR 1132, 1977, LP)
Jethro Tull — Too Old to Rock n' Roll: Too Young to Die! Jethro Tull — Too Old to Rock n' Roll: Too Young to Die!
(Chrysalis CHR 1111, 1976, LP)
Jethro Tull — Minstrel in the Gallery Jethro Tull — Minstrel in the Gallery
(Chrysalis CHR 1082, 1975, LP)
Jethro Tull — War Child Jethro Tull — War Child
(Chrysalis CHR 1067, 1974, LP)
Jethro Tull — A Passion Play Jethro Tull — A Passion Play
(Chrysalis CHR 1040, 1973, LP)
Jethro Tull — Living in the Past Jethro Tull — Living in the Past
(Chrysalis CH2 1035, 1972, 2LP)
Jethro Tull — Thick as a Brick Jethro Tull — Thick as a Brick
(Chrysalis CHR 1003, 1972, LP)
Jethro Tull — Aqualung Jethro Tull — Aqualung
(Chrysalis ILPS9145, 1971, LP)
Jethro Tull — Benefit Jethro Tull — Benefit
(Chrysalis ILPS 9123, 1970, LP)
Jethro Tull — Stand Up Jethro Tull — Stand Up
(Island Records ILPS 9103, 1969, LP)
Jethro Tull — This Was Jethro Tull — This Was
(Island Records ILP 985, 1968, LP)

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