A is the 13th studio album by Jethro Tull. It was released on 29 August 1980 in the UK and 1 September of the same year in the United States. The album was recorded in the summer of 1980 using Maison Rouge Mobile and Maison Rouge Studios in Fulham, London. Eddie Jobson guested on the album, playing keyboards and electric violin. The album was produced by Ian Anderson and Robin Black.
Jethro Tull are a British rock band formed in Blackpool, Lancashire, in 1967. Initially playing blues rock, the band later developed their sound to incorporate elements of hard and folk rock to forge a progressive rock signature
Every Jethro Tull, Ian Anderson release in one place. Includes studio albums, live albums, compilation albums and solo albums. Living with the Past. The Very Best of Jethro Tull.
After last year’s Homo Erraticus concept album, he’s now gone to the next level with plans for a rock opera about Jethro Tull (the man, not the band). It’s what the world has been waiting for. Jethro Tull – The Rock Opera. 4. Filed Under: Blog Tagged With: Jethro Tull, Prog, Rock Opera.
Jethro Tull by Ian Anderson (54). Jethro Tull: The Rock Opera (81). Rubbing Elbows With Ian Anderson (37). The Best of Jethro Tull (49). Average setlist for tour: Jethro Tull: The Rock Opera. Note: only considered 59 of 81 setlists (ignored empty and strikingly short setlists).
Ian Anderson will celebrate Jethro Tull's esteemed namesake this fall with a new live show titled Jethro Tull: The Rock Opera. Anderson's press release adds that he'll be debuting some new songs expressly written for the Rock Opera shows. Fans can also expect to hear catalog tracks such as "Heavy Horses," "Farm on the Freeway," "Songs from the Wood," "Aqualung," "Living in the Past, "Locomotive Breath," "A New Day Yesterday" and others, some of which will be performed with "slightly re-written lyrics to better tell the tale.
This is the discography of the British progressive rock band Jethro Tull who formed in Luton, Bedfordshire, in December 1967. Initially playing blues rock, the band's sound soon incorporated elements of British folk music and hard rock to forge a progressive rock signature. The band were led by itarist Ian Anderson, and have included other significant members such as guitarist Martin Barre, drummer Doane Perry, and bassist Dave Pegg.
|1-1||A Passion Play||42:29|
|1-2||Thick As A Brick (excerpt)||18:43|
|2-6||Hard Headed English General||3:20|
|2-7||Wind Up (reprise)||2:57|