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Anderson, Ian - 1983 Walk Into Light
Modern concepts and design, and a world away from the Jethro Tull universe. Ian Anderson steps away to explore a myriad of musical non Tull ideas.

Jethro Tull - 1971 Aqualung
'Aqualung' became Tull's biggest selling album over the lengthy career. They are not everyone's cup of tea, and they did vary their sound and style over the years, but selectively, there are some gems to be found among their vast discography.

Jethro Tull - 1980 A
Long derided by fans as being an 'A-bomination', that is a little bit unfair on Ian Anderson who migrated Jethro Tull from a folky/prog rock outfit to a pure art-rock band with this album 'A'.

Jethro Tull - 1982 Broadsword And The Beast
This album contains some top class AOR songs and top class rock songs. It's one of most complete albums in my record collection..

Jethro Tull - 1987 Crest Of A Knave
Jethro Tull's 'Crest Of A Knave' is infamous for winning a Grammy award in the category of 'Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance' against the likes of Metallica and Janes Addiction which left a lot of people scratching their heads, angry or doubling over with laughter depending on your personality type.

Jethro Tull - 1999 Tull Dot Com
For old Tull fans this is a musically superior offering from the fading years of the old Tull. For those new to the Tull sound then be prepared for something inventive and progressive.

 
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