There’s no need to introduce Ian Anderson: he’s cutting one of the most recognizable figures in the music history. But as much recognizable as he is, Ian’s never the same, he’s always pulling some aural rabbit out of his flute, and his latest endeavor is playing with a symphony orchestra, not his usual band.
So there’s no sense to ask Anderson about JETHRO TULL. Not that any of his answers is expected, they invariably have some twist. The more interesting is the conversation, then. And the more pleasurable mind game, too.