Tag Archives: Jethro Tull
“And the weatherman says something’s on the move. . .” From the Stormwatch Album. How appropriate. I was not able to find an acceptable live performance, but here is the studio version with lyrics below. Drummers, please note the judicious … Continue reading
Today is the 70th birthday of Ian Scott Anderson, aka Jethro Tull (insert sarcasm emoji here) With a great catalogue of music behind him, Ian is still out and about and he will be back playing in Bethlehem, PA this … Continue reading
This may be the first professionally shot, YouTube video that I have come accross, of a concert that I was actually at. I was with a friend I haven’t seen now in many years. Do you remember Craig & Carmella? … Continue reading
I found this gem today….from 46 years ago! This is a great example of the depth and talent of the band Jethro Tull, especially Martin. A live recording, but superhumanly close to the studio version. Lyrics The minstrel in … Continue reading
Congratulations to Lord Ian Anderson. (Eight years overdue) A “before” picture and the “after” video of the awards ceremony.
A front is blowing through Southwest Michigan, where it was 70 degrees today and tomorrow’s forecast calls for a gale warning and accumulating snow. A Haiku: the spirits wind dies the weathercock is stranded blind at the crossroads From our … Continue reading
I came across this article today on musicaficionado.com and thought it interesting enough to pass on as I know there are several Tull fans that follow my blog. The Real Story Behind Jethro Tull’s “Stand Up”