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Jethro Tull

Late-'70s folkloric Tull gets a makeover then takes a step too far

Jethro Tull

Remastered CD reissues of Lancastrian rockers

Ask Ian Anderson!

With a 40th anniversary edition of Minstrel In The Gallery coming on May 4, Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson is set to answer your questions in Uncut as part of our regular An Audience With… feature. So is there anything you’ve always wanted to ask the legendary flute-playing frontman? Why the flute? What are his thoughts now about performing at the Rolling Stones Rock And Roll Circus? What does he remember of Tony Iommi's time in Jethro Tull?

Jade Warrior

As a rule of thumb, most of those vertigo albums that didn't sell in the early '70s now go for silly money on eBay. The reason they didn't sell is that most of them were crap. Jade Warrior were a cut above. True, they couldn't make up their minds whether they wanted to be Cream or Jethro Tull, so they settled for a drum-free combination of both. The swirling flutes and abrasive guitars bring a certain restless beauty to "Dragonfly Day", "Psychiatric Sergeant" and "Sundial Song", although the carefully crafted textures are often let down by mediocre lyrics

The Greatest 500 Albums of the 1970s…Ranked

Mark "Break!" Bentley digs for hidden 1970s gems If you’re a collector of used records, you will have noticed spiralling prices in the past...
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