In 1972 Jethro Tull were riding high on the crest of a popularity wave, they sold out huge arenas on the back of their critically acclaimed fifth album Thick As A Brick. The question was: “How do you follow a concept album comprising a single 44-minute piece of music?” The answer was: “With a double album of separate songs of course.”
Jethro Tull is pleased to announce the release of a Limited Edition 7" vinyl edition of Jethro Tull's 'Living In The Past' featuring a new previously unreleased Steven Wilson mix of 'Teacher'.Click here for more and to find local participating stores.Tracklist 1. Living in the Past2. Witch's Promise3. Teacher (UK Version) (2013 Mix) (Previously Unreleased)4. Life Is a Long Song
How lucky the creators of Aqualung; Ian Anderson, and Martin Barre; came halfway across the world to a 65 Million year old red stone amphitheater in Colorado under a cool early June evening sky, to recreate one of the seminal rock albums in history.
The Grateful Web was fortunate enough to have a chance to speak to Ian Anderson, singer and songwriter for the legendary band, Jethro Tull. We're incredibly flattered Ian spent some of his time with us as he prepares for a summer tour on the east coast of the United States.
GW: Hi, Mr.Anderson?
Ian Anderson: Yes, hello.
Ian Anderson and Jethro Tull played Red Rocks last night, the same venue where riots broke out at a Tull show back in 1971. Ian briefly discussed the incident, which can be seen here. Check back soon for Grateful Web's interview with none other than Ian himself! Here are pictures from last night's Jethro Tull show as well as video clips. We ho