Tull has released over forty albums. From blues, folk rock, prog
rock, and jazz influences to touches of Far Eastern sounds (to
name just a
few), Tull's music is not easily sorted into a defined genre. Here you
will find descriptions, commentary, track listings, song/video samples,
and much more on their rich and diverse catalog.
From "This Was" in 1968 through
the "Jethro Tull Christmas Album," review
the heart of the Jethro Tull catalog.
Tull's first video release was in 1981, followed
by video products for the 20th and 25th
anniversaries (remastered to DVD in 2003), and then their first
complete DVD project, "Living
with the Past," featuring current, live performances and
extensive interviews. Tull's
performance at the legendary Isle of Wight festival gives an
historic look at the band's early days in concert. Last but not
least, Ian has an orchestral
DVD as well featuring the his "Rubbing Elbows" band.
Did you know "Living in the Past" is a compilation album (sort of!).
Take a glance at the great collections of Tull's best over the years as well
as special releases such as "Nightcap" featuring previously unreleased
Tull's energetic live act is legendary. Browse
through the great collection of Tull caught live from 1978's "Bursting
Out" through the recent "Living with the Past" and
2004 release of the 1970 Isle of Wight performance: "Nothing
is Easy: Live at the Isle of Wight 1970."
Tull's two major box sets, each centered on a major anniversary (20th, 25th)
of the band, are considered landmarks of the often bloated and overdone format.
Each has extensive color booklets and rare performances.
Ian Anderson and Martin Barre have cut their
own, solo albums over the years. Check out a preview of Martin's "Stage
Left" and Ian's "Rupi's
Dance" and "Secret
Language of Birds."