Early 60s blues-rock band fronted by flautist/singer Ian Anderson that took on a variety of genres and persists, perhaps to the year 20X6. Best known for their early singles and the albums "Aqualung," "Thick as a Brick" and "Warchild."
I was going to quote a line from Armageddon, but I can't remember it.
Invented the seed drill in 1701 and was the name of the best damn band ever
My cat's name is "jethro tull"
Fronted by Ian Anderson (the flute-playing, codpiece-wearing badass), this band is behind the brilliance of songs such as "Aqualung" and "Locomotive Breath" as well as the concept album "Thick as a Brick."
"A lot of pop music is about stealing pocket money from children."
A classic rock band.
Yeah, Aqualung is my favorite Jethro Tull song...
1. An amazing, english progressive rock ban led by Ian Anderson, writer, poet, flute player and singer. Jethro Tull was compared to Led Zeppelin
in the 70s for creativity and intrumental ability.
2. Some dude who invented crop rotation.
1. I just got Thick As A Brick by Jethro Tull! It rules!
2. Jethro Tull invented crop rotation, whatever the hell that is.
Progressive rock band formed in the 1960's. Marked by the quirky vocal style and unique flute work of frontman Ian Anderson. Named themselves after the inventor of the speed drill.
Aqualung is a kick-ass album.