Re: Jethro Tull Still to this day I love Jethro Tull's music! I couldn't get into their concept albums Thick as a Brick or A Passion Play, but I absolutely love Stand Up, Benefit, Aqualung and Songs From The Wood. Heavy Horses and Stormwatch only offered a few decent cuts, and my interest in the band waned after that. As with most bands from the 70's, I made a killer 18 song "best of" cd that usually gets played a few times a year, which then leads me to playing the rest of the Tull cds I have. 1 - Reasons For Waiting 2 - Look Into The Sun 3 - Christmas Song 4 - Life's A Long Song 5 - Wiches Promise 6 - Living in the Past 7 - Rainbow Blues 8 - Sweet Dream 9 - Minstral in the Gallery 10- To Cry You a Song 11- With You There to Help Me 12- Nothing To Say 13- Teacher 14- Nothing is Easy 15- Cross-Eyed Mary 16- Hymm 43 17- Aqualung 18- Wind Up I've been putting off burning a "Best Of - Vol. II" of material from Too Old To Rock & Roll: Too Young To Die, Warchild, Songs From The Wood, Heavy Horses and Stormwatch. Finally saw them in '79 for the Stormwatch tour. They didn't play too much from their early works, but still a great show. Has anyone else noticed that some of the songs listed on the back of Living in the Past don't match the label on the record itself? Weird, huh? Then it gets even weirder on the CD.