Tag Archives: Martin Barre

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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MICK ABRAHAMS – Revived!

August 22, 2015

Gonzo 2015 British blues doyens doing what they do best – in force and in style. This is so fundamentally wrong – you’re not supposed to be having fun with such a miserable music genre, are you? – that “Revived!” … Continue reading

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JETHRO TULL’s “WarChild” up for expansion

September 29, 2014

Not the best of JETHRO TULL‘s albums, 1974’s “WarChild” fared much better than its predecessor “A Passion Play” whose expanded version saw the light of day earlier in the year. And now its follow-up, also with a cinematic bend, is … Continue reading

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Martin Barre gets away

August 9, 2013

What with ‘s latest moves, one can safely presume JETHRO TULL’s plough hit the hard rock forever, and its unlikely that the band’s leader will ever get together again with guitarist Martin Barre, who’d been his sidekick since 1969. Back in 2000, … Continue reading

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Interview with MARTIN BARRE (JETHRO TULL)

February 3, 2013

November 2000 For many JETHRO TULL is mainly , the band’s charismatic vocalist and flute player. Well, since 1968 there were many musicians but one must never forget that, beside Ian, in TULL plays another veteran, who got onboard with … Continue reading

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