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Jethro Tull - Off The Record Classic album mp3

  • Performer: Jethro Tull
  • Genre: Rock / Audio files
  • Title: Off The Record Classic
  • Released: 1996
  • Style: Public Broadcast, Interview
  • MP3 version size: 1278 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1993 mb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 912


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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.

The official Jethro Tull Story by Jethro Tull. Fully illustrated throughout. More than 200 photographs. MP4 download of brand new recording, The Ballad of Jethro Tull and Marmion. Seven inch vinyl record of The Ballad of Jethro Tull c/w Marmion. Original art prints by cover illustrator Peter Klucik. Book signed by Ian Anderson.

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.

In defense of Jethro Tull’s fourteenth studio album, Broadsword And The Beast, frontman Ian Anderson claimed that the album was really nothing more than a collection of folk songs infused with modern, electronic elements. Underlying all this were the less-than machine-like, humanly played drums, bass and guitar lines along with flute, mandolin and the other acoustic sounds familiar to Tull fans, he wrote in the album’s liner notes.

Jethro Tull's 8th album in as many years, Minstrel In The Gallery combined modern rock with classical and folky aspirations with Anderson fashioning himself after the pre-Elizabethan poet-musician. It was also to be Jeffrey Hammond-Hammond's last album with the band, departing to pursue a painting career; he was replaced by ex- Chicken Shack and Toe fat bassist John Glascock who also occasionally played guitar during live shows.

21) The Jethro Tull Christmas Album (2003). It’s not that it’s bad, more that Christmas music has its two-week window before it’s blasted into oblivion for another twelve months by the Boxing Day sales. Ian Anderson is uniquely placed among rock musicians to do this well – he has the lightness of touch and a feel for the right mix of sincerity and humour – and his original songs are lovely. Every minute listening to it is at least 60 seconds spared from ‘Merry Xmas Everybody’. 20) Under Wraps (1984). Nothing dates a record like a title that alludes to the internet’s then-newness. How the novelty has worn off. Tull returned to straight-ahead adult-oriented rock after the World music whispers of Roots To Branches, and while it’s competently, lovingly done, it’s hard to shake the feeling that they have done it better before.

For a band that remained relatively consistent (with a few minor exceptions) in their approach to rock & roll since 1968, Jethro Tull also possessed a sound that was uniquely '70s-oriented during their most successful period between 1971-1978. Avid fans have been yearning for the group's return to the style which made them one of the most successful of the guitar-based, mainstream prog outfits - albums like Broadsword and the Beast and J-Tull. Com touched on their former glory, but they didn't fully satisfy.


1 Aqualung / Cross Eyed Mary / Cheap Day Return 19:58
2 Mother Goose / Wond'ring Aloud / Up To Me 13:08
3 My God / Hymn 43 / Slipstream / Locomotive Breath 14:15
4 Wind-Up 9:27


Show 96-31 for broadcast the week of July 29, 1996