King Crimson’s Jakko Jaksyzk talks music, history, firsts and lasts
July 21, 2021
You’ve got a great reputation now as a remix...
Jethro Tull confirmed they will release their upcoming album The Zealot Gene in early 2022 through new record label InsideOutMusic/Sony Music.
The band has yet to announce a track listing or firm release date for the project, which bandleader Ian Anderson previously teased in March. The current...
Ian Anderson will be playing his first tour of intimate ‘evening with’ shows in England in April/May next year. The shows will be part performance and part chat with the opportunity for audience members to ask some awkward questions! Tickets go on sale on Saturday 23rd of November. Book direct...
News from the official Jethro Tull site at http://jethrotull.com/florian-opahle-leave-jethro-tull-end-of-2019/
FLORIAN OPAHLE LEAVING JETHRO TULL AT THE END OF 2019
Sad to have to say that “young” Florian Opahle is leaving us at the end of 2019 after 15 great years of recording, touring and...
Spoiler alert from
Dark Ages (Early version) - I truly think this is one of the all time great Tull pieces. This demo-ish version has a much longer...
40TH ANNIVERSARY FORCE 10 EDITION
4CD/2DVD Collection Expands The Legendary Group’s 1979 Album
With Steven Wilson’s Newly Remixed Version Of The Original, Plus Studio Outtakes, An Entire Unreleased Concert Recorded...
Well 2019 should see the release of a Steven Wilson remix of Stormwatch with demos, alternate versions etc so get your wallets out.
This years Record Store Day saw the release of a 10 inch EP of North Sea Oil which included a demo version of Dun Ringill which has not been released before...
Jethro Tull Rework Classic Songs for 'String Quartets' LP
"Aqualung," "Living in the Past" and "Bungle In The Jungle" are reinterpreted with classical music arrangements
Jethro Tull Rework Classic Songs for 'String Quartets' LP - Rolling Stone
Jethro Tull: The String Quartets # 1 on...
Songs From The Wood 40th Anniversary Edition (The Country Set) (3cd/2dvd)
A 3cd/2dvd 40th Anniversary Edition of Songs From The Wood, one of Jethro Tull's finest and most accessible albums and the first in the band's acclaimed late 1970s 'Folk Rock Trilogy'.
Quite a long and thoughtful interview with ian Anderson and some sensible questions as a bonus :)