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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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JETHRO TULL: Out Of The Woods On A New Box Set

April 8, 2017

As it was expected, the next installment in the JETHRO TULL deluxe reissue programme will be their 1977 folk rock masterpiece “Songs From The Wood” – scheduled for a May 19th release as “The Country Set” and comprised of three CDs and … Continue reading

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JETHRO TULL And Steven Wilson Upgrade “Too Old To Rock ‘n’ Roll”

October 7, 2015

Despite an array of good songs, “Too Old To Rock ‘n’ Roll:  Too Young To Die!” has never been a firm favorite of JETHRO TULL fans, and it’s been only its title track that the band cared to perform through the years … Continue reading

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Mick Abrahams Opts For Resurrection

April 4, 2015

It seems to take a genuine connoisseur to really appreciate Mick Abrahams whose kind of blues stretches far beyond his famous stints with JETHRO TULL and BLODWYN PIG. Each time the guitarists has an album out, he proposes a tasteful … Continue reading

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Ian Anderson meets Jethro Tull

February 21, 2015

It’s been a logical progression for  who, having parted company with , seems to be not eligible for using the JETHRO TULL name anymore. But given his to the “Thick As A Brick” line and the themes on “Homo Erraticus,” as well as … Continue reading

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