Ian Anderson's 1983 solo album acted as a prelude to Jethro Tull's 'Under Wraps', combining sophi..
Jethro Tull's brilliant sophomore release from 1969.
Digitally re-mastered reissue..
Jethro Tull's 1995 album was its most musically complex since the mid 1970s.
An 80 minute compilation of bite-sized Tull essentials through the ages.
'Crest Of A Knave' represented return to the roots Rock, Folk, Blues influences of yore, but ..
Following the ambitious long-form diversions of 'Thick As A Brick' and 'A Passion Play', 1974's '..
Like 'Benefit' before it, 'Too Old To Rock 'N' Roll' has never got the credit it's due.
The 1989 follow-up to the hugely successful 'Crest Of A Knave', found the band investigating a si..
Jethro Tull's first album of the 1990s continued in the more Hard Rock vein of its predecessor, '..
The last of Jethro Tull's 1980s synth dominated releases, 'Under Wraps' is certainly more Thomas ..
The most popular of JT's synth-era albums. Digitally re-mastered edition with 8 extra tracks and ..
Wedged between acknowledged classics 'Stand Up' and 'Aqualung', Jethro Tull's 1970 album 'Benefit..
The last in Jethro Tull's late 1970s Folk Rock trilogy, 'Stormwatch' is one of the darkest and mo..
The second in Jethro Tull's late 1970s Folk Rock trilogy was the tougher sounding 'Heavy Horses'...
Fan favourite 'Songs From The Wood' was seen as the first in the band's Folk Rock trilogy ('Heavy..
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