Original Masters by Jethro Tull (CD, 1985, Chrysalis Records)
About this product
- Artist:Jethro Tull
- Release Year:1985
- Record Label:Chrysalis Records
- Genre:Art Rock,Rock & Pop
- Playing Time:54 min.
- Producer:Ian Anderson,Terry Ellis
- Distributor:EMI Music Distribution
- Recording Type:Studio
- Recording Mode:Stereo
- SPAR Code:AAD
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- fountain-headMar 01, 2015by
Classic TULL - beautifully mastered and recorded.
A superb compilation of original Jethro Tull recordings. Outstanding mastering and recording quality. A great listen.
- buckwheat1858Aug 09, 2011by
Wrong product, no worries
I actually bought this by mistake. Aqualung was the one I wanted (I searched for). Always look carefully at your queries. Anyway, Tull is so good that having his biggest sellers on one disc suits me just fine. The is a great way to scratch the surface of rock's most ingenious artist of the late sixties to present. How is it that bands like Genesis and Pink Floyd have mythic status, while Tull continues to tread the boards somewhat left of the dial. Is life not fair or what?
- 235882558@delet...Jan 31, 2009by
Tull is Tull
Excellent music! Those of us that grew up during this era often called The Classic Rock Era can see there is more great music. Most people think Classic Rock is the Rolling Stones or Led Zeppelin, but it is much more. Jim Croce and The James Gang were popular Bar musics. America, Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young out grew the folk repertoire. The Doobie Brothers, The Steve Miller Band, Yes, The J. Geil's Band, David Bowie, and The Eagles were great live. Jethro Tull was a standard in dormitory life. They all are still great.
- tarheelmenJan 19, 2008by
The Pied Piper
First let me say that I have always been a fan of the band Jethro Tull. Now my kids are growing up and finding out about classic rock through games like Guitar Hero. While Tull doesn't have any songs for download on the game yet that I know of, my kids have recently "discovered" them by my mass purchasing of CD's off the internet to quench their musical thirst. After listening to all the top rock "albums" and artists of the 60's, 70's and 80's, they mentioned that they are growing in admiration for Tull's brand of music. I was mildly surprised. I guess that they like the sophistication and originality of this band.
Tull is not for everyone, I suppose, but if you are inclined to an unusual kind of rock with a hint of ...no, not an American blues or jazz singer... but maybe a youthful, fun-loving minstrel troubadour with a touch of the court jester, try a hop skip through the fields of England with lead singer Ian Anderson and his magical flute. It will be enriching, or as Ian would be more apt to say, enchanting. Rock on! Oh, and by the way, this CD captures the soul of Jethro Tull completely. So buy it with confidence.Read full review
- neyeseekApr 30, 2010by
well i guess this is pop rock
well this man says to me what musik u inta and he says rock? and i sais to him thats clothes, u almost hit the botton, but no ceegar, and i says to him like britney spears, amanda bynes, hilry duff, backstreet boy, nsinc. so he says to me maybe try this floot man who like the floot, and i says no floots are lame, but then he pull out a floot and started playing a floot right in front of me and i says i want a cd with a floot in it, and before you know it i got a band with a floot der name was jaffro tale.