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Periferic Records - Stereo Kft.      H-1114 Budapest, Bartók Béla út 59.   tel.: +36-1-385-63-43   
StereoPeriferic@mail.datanet.hu
Jethro Tull
Great Britain
 
 
Live at Montreux 2003 progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Ian Anderson - vocals, flute, guitar, harmonica
Martin Barre - guitar
Doane Perry - drums
Andrew Giddings - keyboards, accordion
Jonathan Noyce - bass

1.Some Day the Sun Won't Shine for You
2.Life Is a Long Song
3.Bourée
4.With You There to Help Me
5.Pavane
6.Empty Cafe
7.Hunting Girl
8.Eurology
9.Dot Com
10.God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
11.Fat Man
12.Living in the Past
13.Nothing Is Easy
14.Beside Myself
15.My God
16.Budapest
17.New Jig
18.Aqualung
19.Locomotive Breath
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EREDV 648 DVD 2007   18.00
 
 
Living with the Past progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Ian Anderson - flute, vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica, mandolin
Martin Barre - guitar, flute
Doane Perry - drums, percussions
Andrew Giddings - keyboards, accordion
Jonathan Noyce - bass guitar
David Pegg - mandolin, bass guitar
Mick Abrahams - guitar, vocal
Clive Bunker - drums
Glenn Cornick - bass guitar

James Duncan - drums
Brian Thomas - violin
Justine Tomlinson - violin
Malcolm Henderson - viola
Juliet Tomlinson - cello

1.My Sunday Feeling
2.Cross Eyed Mary
3.Roots To Branches
4.Someday The Sun Wont Shine For You
5.Jack In The Green
6.Thick As A Brick
7.Wond'ring Aloud
8.Sweet Dream
9.Hunt By Numbers
10.Bouree
11.A Song For Jeffrey
12.The Water Carrier
13.A New Day Yesterday
14.Life Is A Long Song
15.Budapest
16.New Jig
17.Aqualung
18.Locomotive Breath
19.Living In The Past
20.Protect and Survive
21.Cheerio
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EREDV 266 DVD 2002   14.00
 
 
Living with the Past (DVD+CD) progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Ian Anderson - flute, vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica, mandolin
Martin Barre - guitar, flute
Doane Perry - drums, percussions
Andrew Giddings - keyboards, accordion
Jonathan Noyce - bass guitar
David Pegg - mandolin, bass guitar
Mick Abrahams - guitar, vocal
Clive Bunker - drums
Glenn Cornick - bass guitar

James Duncan - drums
Brian Thomas - violin
Justine Tomlinson - violin
Malcolm Henderson - viola
Juliet Tomlinson - cello

CD
1.Intro
2.My Sunday Feeling
3.Roots To Branches
4.Jack In The Green
5.The Habanero Reel
6.Sweet Dream
7.In the Grip of Stronger Stuff
8.Aqualung
9.Locomotive Breath
10.Living In The Past
11.Protect and Survive
12.Nothing in Easy
13.Wond'ring Aloud
14.Life Is A Long Song
15.A Christmas Song
16.Cheap Day Return
17.Mother Goose
18.Dot Com
19.Fat Man
20.Someday The Sun Wont Shine For You
21.Cheerio
DVD
1.My Sunday Feeling
2.Cross Eyed Mary
3.Roots To Branches
4.Someday The Sun Wont Shine For You
5.Jack In The Green
6.Thick As A Brick
7.Wond'ring Aloud
8.Sweet Dream
9.Hunt By Numbers
10.Bouree
11.A Song For Jeffrey
12.The Water Carrier
13.A New Day Yesterday
14.Life Is A Long Song
15.Budapest
16.New Jig
17.Aqualung
18.Locomotive Breath
19.Living In The Past
20.Protect and Survive
21.Cheerio
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ERDVCD 003 DVD+CD 2002   14.00
 
 
Repeat - Best Of Vol.II. progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Ian Anderson – flute, mandolin, producer, acoustic guitar, guitar, sax, vocals, voices
Martin Barre – guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar
John Evan – accordion, piano, synthesizer, piano-accordion, organ (Hammond), keyboards
Glenn Cornick – bass guitar
Jeffrey Hammond – bass guitar
John Glascock – bass guitar, vocals
Clive Bunker – drums, percussion
Barriemore Barlow – drums, percussion
David Palmer – arranger, saxophone, synthesizer, keyboards, conductor
Maddy Prior – backing vocals

1.Minstrel in the Gallery (4:17)
2.Cross-Eyed Mary (4:11)
3.A New Day Yesterday (4:10)
4.Bourée (3:46)
5.Thick As a Brick (Edit #4) (3:27)
6.War Child (4:37)
7.A Passion Play (Edit #9) (3:33)
8.To Cry You a Song (6:14)
9.Too Old to Rock 'n' Roll: Too Young to Die (5:42)
10.Glory Row (previously unreleased) (3:33)
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321135-2 CD 2002   11.00
 
 
J-Tull Dot Com progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! J-Tull Dot Com was released four years after their 1995 album Roots to Branches and continues in the same vein, marrying hard-rock and art-rock with Eastern music influences.

Ian Anderson - vocals, concert flute, bamboo flute, bouzouki and acoustic guitar
Martin Barre - electric and acoustic guitars
Andrew Giddings - Hammond organ, piano, accordion, chromatic and qwerty keyboards
Doane Perry - drums and percussion
Jonathan Noyce - bass guitar

Guest musician:
Najma Akhtar - additional vocals on "Dot Com"

1.Spiral (3:50)
2.Dot Com (4:25)
3.AWOL (5:19)
4.Nothing @ All (0:56)
5.Wicked Windows (4:40)
6.Hunt by Numbers (4:00)
7.Hot Mango Flush (3:49)
8.El Niño (4:40)
9.Black Mamba (5:00)
10.Mango Surprise (1:44)
11.Bends Like a Willow (4:53)
12.Far Alaska (4:06)
13.The Dog-Ear Years (3:34)
14.A Gift of Roses (3:54)
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RR 82772 CD 1999 / 2007   11.00
 
 
Through The Years progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Ian Anderson - vocals
Martin Barre - drums
Andy Giddings - keyboards

1.Living in the Past (5:03)
2.Wind Up (6:06)
3.War Child (4:31)
4.Dharma for One (4:13)
5.Acres Wild (3:23)
6.Budapest (10:02)
7.The Whistler (3:32)
8.We Used to Know (4:01)
9.Beastie (3:59)
10.Locomotive Breath - Live (5:36)
11.Rare and Precious Chain (3:36)
12.Quizz Kid (5:07)
13.Still Loving You Tonight (4:30)
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855505-2 CD 1997   11.00
 
 
Roots to Branches progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Ian Anderson – vocals, concert flute, bamboo flute, acoustic guitar
Martin Barre – electric guitars
Doane Perry – drums
Andrew Giddings – keyboards
Dave Pegg – bass guitar
Steve Bailey – bass guitar

1.Roots To Branches (5:11)
2.Rare And Precious Chain (3:35)
3.Out Of The Noise (3:25)
4.This Free Will (4:05)
5.Valley (6:07)
6.Dangerous Veils (5:35)
7.Beside Myself (5:50)
8.Wounded, Old And Treacherous (7:50)
9.At Last, Forever (7:55)
10.Stuck In The August Rain (4:06)
11.Another Harry's Bar (6:21)
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835418-2 CD 1995   11.00
 
 
Nightcap - The Unreleased Masters (1973-1991) (2CD) progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Ian Anderson - flute, balalaika, mandolin, Hammond organ, acoustic guitar, vocals, mouth organ, claghorn, piano, harmonica
Martin Barre - electric guitar, marimba
John Evans - celeste, piano
Jeffrey Hammond - bass, backing vocals
Barriemore Barlow - drums, percussion
David Palmer - keyboards, orchestra conductor
Dave Pegg - bass, mandolins, vocals
Gerry Conway - drums, percussion
Peter-John Vettese - piano, synthesizer
Doane Perry - drums

CD1
1.First Post (1:54)
2.Animelée (1:41)
3.Tiger Toon (1:36)
4.Look At The Animals (5:09)
5.Law Of The Bungle (2:32)
6.Law Of The Bungle Part II. (5:26)
7.Left Right (5:01)
8.Solitaire (1:25)
9.Critique Oblique (9:03)
10.Post Last (5:35)
11.Scenario (3:26)
12.Audition (2:34)
13.No Rehearsal (5:12)
CD2
1.Paradise Steakhouse (4:01)
2.Sealion II. (3:21)
3.Piece Of Cake (3:40)
4.Quartet (2:45)
5.Silver River Turning (4:52)
6.Crew Nights (4:33)
7.The Curse (3:39)
8.Rosa On The Factory Floor (4:38)
9.A Small Cigar (3:39)
10.Man Of Principle (3:57)
11.Commons Brawl (3:24)
12.No Step (3:38)
13.Drive On The Young Side Of Life (4:13)
14."I Don't Want To Be Me (3:29)
15.Broadford Bazaar (3:38)
16.Lights Out (5:16)
17.Truck Stop Runner (3:47)
18.Hard Liner (3:47)
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828157-2 CD 1993   22.00
 
 
A Little Light Music progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! A Little Light Music is a Jethro Tull live album. All songs were recorded during the A Little Light Music European concert tour of May 1992.

Ian Anderson - flute, mandolin, harmonica, acoustic guitar, percussion, vocals
Martin Barre - electric guitar, acoustic guitar
Dave Pegg - bass, mandolin
Dave Mattacks - snare drum, bass drum, hi-hat, cymbal, glockenspiel, percussion, keyboard

1.Some Day the Sun Won't Shine For You
2.Living in the Past
3.Life Is a Love Song
4.Under Wraps
5.Rocks on the Road
6.Nursie
7.Too Old to Rock N'Roll, Too Young to Die
8.One White Duck
9.New Day Yesterday, A
10.John Barleycorn
11.Look Into the Sun
12.Christmas Song, A
13.From a Dead Beat to an Old Greaser
14.This Is Not Love
15.Bouree
16.Pussy Willow
17.Locomotive Breath
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370978-2 CD 1992 / 2006   12.00
 
 
Catfish Rising (+2 tr.) progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Catfish Rising is an album by the British rock group Jethro Tull, released in 1991. It features a stripped-down sound in contrast with the lush, keyboards-heavy arrangements of the previous albums. This is the first Tull album to feature keyboardist Andrew Giddings albeit not on all tracks.

Ian Anderson - vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, acoustic & electric mandolins, flute, percussion, keyboards, drums
Martin Barre - electric guitar
Dave Pegg - electric & acoustic bass guitars
Doane Perry - drums

Also featuring:
Andy Giddings - keyboards on tracks 1, 4, 8
Foss Peterson - keyboards on track 10
John Bundrick - keyboards on track 11
Matt Pegg - bass on tracks 1, 4, 7

1.This Is Not Love (3:57)
2.Occasional Demons (3:49)
3.Roll Yer Own (4:26)
4.Rocks On The Road (5:32)
5.Sparrow On The Schoolyard Wall (5:22)
6.Thinking Round Corners (3:32)
7.Still Loving You Tonight (4:32)
8.Doctor To My Disease (4:35)
9.Like A Tall Thin Girl (3:38)
10.White Innocence (7:44)
11.Sleeping With The Dog (4:26)
12.Gold-Tipped Boots, Black Jacket And Tie (3:41)
bonus tracks
1.Night in the Wilderness (4:05)
2.Jump Start - live (7:48)
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3709772 CD 1991 / 2006   13.00
 
 
Rock Island progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Ian Anderson - vocals, flute, keyboards, mandolin, acoustic guitar, drums
Martin Barre - guitars
David Pegg - bass guitar, acoustic bass, mandolin
Doane Perry - drums

Martin Allcock - keyboards
Peter Vettese - keyboards

1.Kissing Willie
2.The Rattlesnake Trail
3.Ears of Tin
4.Undressed to Kill
5.Rock Island
6.Heavy Water
7.Another Christmas Song
8.The Whaler's Dues
9.Big Riff and Mando
10.Strange Avenues
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321708-2 CD 1989   11.00
 
 
Crest of a Knave progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! The album relied more heavily on Martin Barre's electric guitar than the band had since the 1970s which made the album the more popular among Tull fans as many of them disapproved of the electronic/synthesizer direction followed by Jethro Tull in the early and mid-1980s. However, several tracks still featured drum machine instead of a live drummer. Keyboardist Peter-John Vettese was now absent and it was Ian Anderson who contributed the synth programming. Album sleeve only listed Ian Anderson, Martin Barre and Dave Pegg as official band members.

Ian Anderson - vocals, flute, acoustic and electric guitars, percussion, keyboards, drum programming on tracks 1, 5, 9
Martin Barre - electric and acoustic guitars
Dave Pegg - bass guitar, acoustic bass on track 4
Doane Perry - drums on tracks 2, 7
Gerry Conway - drums on tracks 3, 4, 6, 8

Guest Musician:
Ric Sanders - violin on track 6

1.Steel Monkey (3:39)
2.Farm On The Freeway (6:31)
3.Jump Start (4:55)
4.Said She Was A Dancer (3:43)
5.Dogs In The Midwinter (4:29)
6.Budapest (10:05)
7.Mountain Men (6:20)
8.The Waking Edge (4:49)
9.Raising Steam (4:05)
bonus track
1.Part of the Machine (6:54)
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4734132 CD 1987 / 2005   14.00
 
 
Under Wraps progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Ian Anderson - vocals, flute, acoustic guitar, drum programming.
Martin Barre - guitars
Dave Pegg - electric and acoustic basses
Peter-John Vettese - keyboards, percussion

1.Lap Of Luxury (3:35)
2.Under Wraps #1 (3:59)
3.European Legacy (3:23)
4.Later, That Same Evening (3:51)
5.Saboteur (3:31)
6.Radio Free Moscow (3:40)
7.Astronomy (3:38)
8.Tundra (3:41)
9.Nobody's Car (4:08)
10.Heat (5:37)
11.Under Wraps #2 (2:14)
12.Paparazzi (3:47)
13.Apogee (5:28)
14.Automotive Engineering (4:05)
15.General Crossing (4:02)
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321461-2 CD 1984   11.00
 
 
Broadsword & The Beast progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! The Broadsword and The Beast is an album released by Jethro Tull on April 10, 1982 (see 1982 in music) and according to Ian Anderson in the liner notes of the remastered CD, contains some of Jethro Tull's best music. It mixes electronic sound with acoustic instruments and is a cross between the synthesizer sound of the 1980's and the folk-influenced style that Tull had in the previous decade.

Ian Anderson - vocals, flute, acoustic guitar
Martin Barre - electric & acoustic guitars
Dave Pegg - bass guitar, mandolin, vocals
Peter Vettese - piano, synthesizer, vocals
Gerry Conway - drums and percussion

1.Beastie (3:58)
2.Clasp (4:18)
3.Fallen On Hard Times (3:13)
4.Flying Colours (4:39)
5.Slow Marching Band (3:40)
6.Broadsword (5:03)
7.Pussy Willow (3:55)
8.Watching Me Watching You (3:41)
9.Seal Driver (5:10)
10.Cheerio (1:09)
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321380-2 CD 1982   11.00
 
 
Bursting Out Live (2CD) progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Ian Anderson – vocals, flute, guitar
Martin Barre – electric guitar, mandolin, marimba
John Evan – piano, organ, accordion, synthesizers
Barriemore Barlow – drums, glockenspiel
David Palmer – portative pipe organ, synthesizers
John Glascock – bass guitar, vocal

CD1
1.Introduction
2.No Lullaby
3.Sweet Dream
4.Skating Away (On The Thin Ice Of The New Day)
5.Jack in the Green
6.One Brown Mouse
7.New Day Yesterday
8.Flute Solo Improvisation (God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen/Bouree)
9.Songs from the Wood
10.Thick as a Brick
CD2
1.Introduction
2.Hunting Girl
3.Too Old to Rock 'N' Roll
4.Conundrum
5.Minstrel in the Gallery
6.Cross Eyed Mary
7.Quatrain
8.Aqualung
9.Locomotive Breath
10.Dambusters March (The Dambusters)
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5933962 CD 1978 / 2004   14.00
 
 
Heavy Horses progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Ian Anderson – vocals, flute, mandolin, acoustic guitar, whistles
Martin Barre – electric guitar
Barriemore Barlow – percussion, drums
John Evan – organ, piano
David Palmer – keyboards, pipe organ, orchestral arrangements
John Glascock – bass guitar

Guest musician:
Darryl Way – violin

1....And the Mouse Police Never Sleeps (3:11)
2.Acres Wild (3:22)
3.No Lullaby (7:54)
4.Moths (3:24)
5.Journeyman (3:55)
6.Rover (4:17)
7.One Brown Mouse (3:21)
8.Heavy Horses (8:57)
9.Weathercock (4:02)
bonus tracks
1.Living in These Hard Times (3:10)
2.Broadford Bazaar (3:38)
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5815712 CD 1978 / 2003   13.00
 
 
Too Old To Rock and Roll progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Ian Anderson - Vocals, acoustic guitar, flute, harmonica, occasional electric guitar and percussion
Martin Barre - electric guitar
John Evan - pianos
Barriemore Barlow - drums, percussion
John Glascock - bass guitar, Vocals

Guest musicians:
David Palmer - tracks 5 & 11
Maddy Prior - backing vocals on track 8
Angela Allen - backing vocals on tracks 2 & 7

1.Quizz Kid (5:09)
2.Crazed Institution (4:48)
3.Salamander (2:51)
4.Taxi Grab (3:54)
5.From A Dead Beat To An Old Greaser (4:09)
6.Bad-Eyed 'N' Loveless (2:12)
7.Big Dipper (3:35)
8.Too Old to Rock And Roll, Too Young to Die (5:44)
9.Pied Piper (4:32)
10.The Chequered Flag - Dead Or Alive (5:32)
bonus tracks
1.A Small Cigar (3:39)
2.Strip Cartoon (3:19)
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541573-2 CD 1976 / 2002   11.00
 
 
M.U. - The Best of (1969-1975) progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! M.U. - The Best of Jethro Tull, released in 1976, is the first proper greatest hits album by Jethro Tull. It spans the years 1969-75.

Ian Anderson - flute, vocals, soprano saxophone
Martin Barre - electric guitar
Glenn Cornick - bass
Clive Bunker - drums, precussion
John Evans - Hammond organ, piano, organ, synthesizer, keyboard
Jeffrey Hammond - bass
Barriemore Barlow - drums, percussion, glockenspiel

1.Teacher (3:54)
2.Aqualung (6:38)
3.Thick As A Brick Edit #1 (3:00)
4.Bungle In The Jungle (3:40)
5.Locomotive Breath (4:38)
6.Fat Man (2:52)
7.Living In The Past (3:25)
8.A Passion Play Edit #8 (3:30)
9.Skating Away (On The Thin Ice Of The New Day) (4:01)
10.Rainbow Blues (3:39)
11.Nothing Is Easy (4:24)
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321078-2 CD 1976   11.00
 
 
War Child progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Ian Anderson - flute, acoustic guitar, saxophones, vocals
Barriemore Barlow - drums, percussion
Martin Barre - electric guitar, Spanish guitar
John Evan - piano, organ, synthesizers
Jeffrey Hammond - bass guitar, string bass
David Palmer - orchestral arrangements

1.War Child (4:35)
2.Queen and Country (3:00)
3.Ladies (3:17)
4.Back-Door Angels (5:30)
5.Sealion (3:37)
6.Skating Away on the Thin Ice of the New Day (4:09)
7.Bungle in the Jungle (3:35)
8.Only Solitaire (1:28)
9.The Third Hoorah (4:49)
10.Two Fingers (5:11)
bonus tracks
1.Warchild Waltz (4:21)
2.Quartet (2:44)
3.Paradise Steakhouse (4:03)
4.Sealion 2 (3:20)
5.Rainbow Blues (3:40)
6.Glory Row (3:35)
7.Saturation (4:21)
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541571-2 CD 1974 / 2002   11.00
 
 
A Passion Play progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! A Passion Play is a concept album released by Jethro Tull. Apparently concerning the spiritual journey of one man in the afterlife, it is similar to Thick as a Brick in that it is one long track split across both sides of the LP vinyl record (actually a medley of segued shorter songs,) save for the interruption of the oddly whimsical spoken-word piece "The Story Of The Hare Who Lost His Spectacles". The dense lyrics, filled with wordplay and allegory, along with music that some found lacking in creativity compared to earlier work, have made A Passion Play one of the most disputed albums in Tull's catalog. On its release in 1973, it received generally negative reviews; nevertheless, it sold well enough to reach #1 on the charts in the U.S (in the U.K however, it did not do as well, reaching #13).

Script of the concept:
Act 1: Ronnie Pilgrim's Funeral: a winter's morning in the cemetery.
Act 2: The Memory Bank: a small but comfortable theatre with a cinema-screen (the next morning).
Act 3: The business office of G. Oddie & Son (two days later).
Act 4: Magus Perdē's drawing room at midnight.

Ian Anderson - flute, acoustic guitar, saxophones, vocals
Barriemore Barlow - drums, percussion
Martin Barre - electric guitar
John Evan - piano, organ, synthesizers, vocals
Jeffrey Hammond - bass guitar, vocals, narrator on "The Story of the Hare Who Lost His Spectacles"

A Passion Play Part 1. (21:35)
1.Lifebeats
2.Prelude
3.The Silver Cord
4.Re-Assuring Tune
5.Memory Bank
6.Best Friends
7.Critique Oblique
8.Forest Dance #1
9.The Story of the Hare Who Lost His Spectacles
A Passion Play Part 2. (23:30)
1.Forest Dance #2
2.The Foot of Our Stairs
3.Overseer Overture
4.Flight from Lucifer
5.10.08 to Paddington
6.Magus Perdē
7.Epilogue
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581569-0 CD 1973 / 2003   13.00
 
 
Living in the Past progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Ian Anderson - flute, voice, mandolin, tin whistle, guitar, balalaika, Hammond organ, violin.
Clive Bunker - drums, percussion and backing vocals
Glenn Cornick - bass guitar, Hammond organ
Mick Abrahams - electric guitar
Martin Barre - electric guitar, acoustic guitar, percussion, backing vocals
Jeffrey Hammond - bass guitar
Barriemore Barlow - drums
John Evan - piano, Hammond organ, mellotron, harpsichord, celeste, percussion, backing vocals
David Palmer - string and orchestra conductor
Lou Toby - string arrangement and conductor

1.Song for Jeffrey (3:20)
2.Love Story (3:02)
3.Christmas Song (3:05)
4.Living in the Past (3:20)
5.Driving Song (2:39)
6.Sweet Dream (4:02)
7.Singing All Day (3:03)
8.Witch's Promise (3:49)
9.Inside (3:49)
10.Just Trying to Be (1:36)
11.By Kind Permission of (10:11)
12.Dharma for One (9:45)
13.Wond'ring Again (4:12)
14.Locomotive Breath (4:24)
15.Life is a Long Song (3:18)
16.Up the Pool (3:10)
17.Dr. Bogenbroom (2:59)
18.For Later (2:06)
19.Nursie (1:38)
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321575-2 CD 1972   14.00
 
 
Aqualung progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Aqualung is the fourth studio album by the rock band Jethro Tull, released in 1971. It was their first album with John Evan as a full-time member, their first with new bassist Jeffrey Hammond and last album featuring Clive Bunker on drums. The first side of the LP contains a series of six character sketches, including two sketches of people of questionable repute (title character Aqualung and Cross-Eyed Mary) and two autobiographical tracks including "Cheap Day Return", written by band leader Ian Anderson while returning from a visit to his critically ill father. The overall message of the lyrics on the second side is said to be "pro-God but anti-church", and makes the statement that organized religion can actually restrict a person's relationship with his God instead of enhancing it. Anderson was not intending to make Aqualung a concept album.

Ian Anderson - Vocals, acoustic guitar, flute
Martin Barre - electric guitar, descant recorder
John Evan - piano, organ, mellotron
Jeffrey Hammond - bass guitar, alto recorder and odd voices
Clive Bunker - drums and percussion

1.Aqualung (6:31)
2.Cross-Eyed Mary (4:06)
3.Cheap Day Return (1:21)
4.Mother Goose (3:51)
5.Wond'ring Aloud (1:53)
6.Up to Me (3:15)
7.My God (7:08)
8.Hymn 43 (3:14)
9.Slipstream (1:13)
10.Locomotive Breath (4:23)
11.Wind Up (6:01)
bonus tracks
1.Lick Your Fingers Clean (2:46)
2.Wind Up - Quad Version (5:24)
3.Excerpts From the Ian Anderson Interview - Mojo Magazine (13:59)
4.Songs For Jeffrey (BBC) (2:51)
5.Fat Man (BBC) (2:57)
6.Bourée (BBC) (3:58)
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495401-2 CD 1971 / 2000   11.00
 
 
Benefit progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Benefit is the third album by Jethro Tull. It was released in April 1970. It was the first album to feature John Evan on keyboards (albeit as a session player), and the last to feature Glenn Cornick on bass guitar. It achieved number 3 in the UK album charts.[1] The album is heavier than its predecessor, Stand Up, and many of the tracks feature more elaborate arrangements than Tull's earlier material, for example, backwards flute on "With You There To Help Me" and backwards piano and sped up guitar on "Play In Time".

Ian Anderson - vocals, guitar and flute
Martin Barre - electric guitar
Glenn Cornick - bass guitar
Clive Bunker - drums
David Palmer - orchestral arrangements

Guest musician:
John Evan - piano and organ

1.With You There to Help Me
2.Nothing to Say
3.Alive and Well and Living in
4.Son
5.For Michael Collins, Jeffrey and Me
6.To Cry You a Song
7.A Time for Everything?
8.Inside
9.Play in Time
10.Sossity; You're a Woman
bonus tracks
1.Singing all Day
2.Witch's Promise
3.Just Trying to be
4.Teacher (original UK mix)
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535457-2 CD 1970 / 2002   11.00
 
 
Stand Up progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Glenn Cornick - bass guitar
Clive Bunker - drums, percussion
Martin Lancelot Barre - electric guitar, flute
Ian Anderson - flute, acoustic guitar, Hammond organ, piano, balalaika, mouth organ, vocals

1.A New Day Yesterday
2.Jeffrey Goes to Leicester Square
3.Bourée
4.Back to the Family
5.Look into the Sun
6.Nothing is Easy
7.Fat Man
8.We Used to Know
9.Reasons for Waiting
10.For a Thousand Mothers
1.Living in the Past
2.Driving song
3.Sweet Dream
4.17
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535458-2 CD 1969 / 2001   11.00
 
 
This Was progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Ian Anderson - vocals, flute, mouth organ, "claghorn", piano
Mick Abrahams - vocals, guitar, nine-string guitar
Clive Bunker - drums
Glenn Cornick - bass guitar
David Palmer - French horn and orchestral arrangements

1.My Sunday Feeling (3:43)
2.Some Day the Sun Won't Shine for You (2:49)
3.Beggar's Farm (4:19)
4.Move on Alone (1:58)
5.Serenade to a Cuckoo (6:07)
6.Dharma for One (4:15)
7.It's Breaking Me Up (5:04)
8.Cat's Squirrel (5:42)
9.A Song for Jeffrey (3:22)
10.Round (1:03)
bonus tracks
1.One for John Gee (2:06)
2.Love Story (3:06)
3.Christmas Song (3:06)
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535459-2 CD 1968 / 2001   11.00