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36 All-Time Greatest Hits – Jethro Tull | Songs, Reviews

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The 10 best Jethro Tull songs from 1969-1972 | Louder

BOUREE (Stand Up, 1969) This was the instrumental track on Stand Up, and it reeks of classic …

The Very Best Of (Jethro Tull album) – Wikipedia

21 rows · The Very Best Of (Jethro Tull album) The Very Best Of (2001) is a greatest hits album by …

Genre: Progressive rock, progressive folk, hard rock

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Best Jethro Tull Songs – Top Ten List – TheTopTens®

Thick as a Brick. So much beauty in one song! 45 minutes the best song ever without a smidgen …

Jethro Tull – Songs From The Wood – Music

“Songs From The Wood” has long been my favorite of Jethro Tull’s albums primarily because it’s also one of their most musically interesting as well. Say what you will about Tull but Ian Anderson was always a restless creative spirit and, even when his material didn’t work, it still made for interesting listening.


Jethro Tull | Billboard

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Jethro Tull – Wond’ring Aloud – YouTube

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Jethro Tull – Discography

Every Jethro Tull / Ian Anderson release in one place. Includes studio albums, live albums, compilation albums and solo albums.

Jethro Tull Lyrics

Jethro Tull lyrics – 264 song lyrics sorted by album, including “Aqualung”, “Locomotive Breath”, “Witch’s Promise”.

Greatest Hits by Jethro Tull on Amazon Music –

Greatest Hits. Jethro Tull. September 27, 2010 2.8 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews First, this is NOT Jethro Tull – this is an album from somewhere by Mick Abrahams (I can’t find it on any discography) or a compilation with him on it at the very least. Mick was Jethro Tulls first guitar player on This Was.