J-Tull Dot Com

J-TULL DOT COMJETHRO TULL, STUDIO ALBUMS, 1999 Jethro Tull’s last major studio album – from 1999 – saw the band further develop the exotic fusion of World Music and Progressive influences that emerged on Roots To Branches, while also experimenting with more contemporary beats and production styles. SHOP J-TULL DOT COM ON BURNING SHEDSTREAM THE ALBUM J-TULL DOT COM was … Read More

Roots to Branches

ROOTS TO BRANCHESJETHRO TULL, STUDIO ALBUMS, 1995 Roots to Branches is the 19th studio album by Jethro Tull released in September 1995. It carries characteristics of Tull’s classic 1970s art-rock and folk-rock roots alongside jazz and Arabic and Far Eastern influences. SHOP ROOTS ON BURNING SHEDSTREAM THE ALBUM “I see Roots To Branches as the 90s version of Stand Up, … Read More

Rock Island

ROCK ISLANDJETHRO TULL, STUDIO ALBUMS, 1989 Rock Island is the 17th studio album by Jethro Tull, released in 1989. The album continued the hard rock direction the band took on the previous effort, Crest of a Knave (1987). SHOP ROCK ISLAND ON BURNING SHEDSTREAM THE ALBUM Rock Island went Gold in the UK, with good sales also in Germany, were … Read More

Crest of a Knave

CREST OF A KNAVEJETHRO TULL, STUDIO ALBUMS, 1987 Crest of a Knave is the sixteenth studio album by British rock band Jethro Tull, released in 1987. The album was recorded after a hiatus of three years occasioned by a throat infection of vocalist Ian Anderson. After the unsuccessful Under Wraps, the band returned to a more heavily blended electric with … Read More

Under Wraps

UNDER WRAPSJETHRO TULL, STUDIO ALBUMS, 1984 Under Wraps is the 15th studio album by the band Jethro Tull, released in 1984. The songs’ subject matter is heavily influenced by Ian Anderson’s love of espionage fiction. SHOP UNDER WRAPS ON BURNING SHEDSTREAM THE ALBUM ‘Under Wraps’ was controversial due to its electronic/synth sound, particularly the use of electronic drums. Dave Pegg … Read More