Tag Archives: Jethro Tull

JETHRO TULL: Watching The Storms From Four Decades Perspective

July 17, 2019

Eagerly awaited for months, if not for a year after the release of “Heavy Horses” (detailed , not made available for review), the 40th Anniversary reissue of JETHRO TULL‘s “Stormwatch” marks the end of an era in many a fan’s … Continue reading

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Martin Barre To Release A Live Album

March 26, 2019

One of the humblest masters of the six-string trade, has never tried to come from under the shadow of JETHRO TULL – not only because it would be impossible but also because his contribution to the band’s overall sound was … Continue reading

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JETHRO TULL Box Up Their Debut

August 29, 2018

This year marks the jubilee of JETHRO TULL, and it would be strange if , having taken care of commemorative compilations and the 40th anniversary “Heavy Horses” reissue – mentioned – , whom this scribe saw on-stage last month, forgot … Continue reading

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JETHRO TULL Ready To Free Their Horses

December 9, 2017

Unlike many other artists, JETHRO TULL have been very much consistent with their 40th anniversary reissue programme. Come 2018, it’s time for “Heavy Horses” to move the land again, and indeed: February 9th will see a “New Shoes Edition” of … Continue reading

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JETHRO TULL – The String Quartets

May 4, 2017

BMG 2017 Stir the cup that’s ever-filling for new puzzles to pour out: never an old chestnut, prog lore receives a chamber reading. Over the years, there were a few attempts to wrap JT material in symphonic garb – from … Continue reading

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