Jethro Tull

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Jethro TullEN71.76%
Jethro TullFR8.24%
Jethro TullPT8.24%
Jethro TullBG4.71%
Jethro TullAR4.71%
Jethro TullES2.35%


 
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Ian Anderson said ( about Jethro Tull ) : “I’m looking forward to visiting some lesser played Tull songs and receiving some tricky questions from the audience!” External link

barnet-today Saturday, February 1, 2020 12:40:00 AM EAT

Ian Anderson says ( about Jethro Tull ) : “I had a go at it; I couldn’t get a note out of it. About four months later, December of ’67, I thought I’d give another try, see if I could get a noise out of it, and all of a sudden a note popped out of it: ‘Ooh, that’s how you do it!’ And then I got another note. Soon I had five notes. And I had the pentatonic blues scale, and I could play solos and riffs,” “A few days later I was playing it on stage in the early days of Jethro Tull in the Marquee Club, and people noticed. ‘Oh, there’s a band that plays the blues but they’ve got a flute player?’ And that, in marketing terms, was a point of difference in good marketing and promotion. People noticed it because we were different than other bands” External link

dailynews Wednesday, June 26, 2019 7:39:00 PM EAT

Ian Anderson says ( about Jethro Tull ) : “I had a go at it; I couldn’t get a note out of it. About four months later, December of ’67, I thought I’d give another try, see if I could get a noise out of it, and all of a sudden a note popped out of it: ‘Ooh, that’s how you do it!’ And then I got another note. Soon I had five notes. And I had the pentatonic blues scale, and I could play solos and riffs,” “A few days later I was playing it on stage in the early days of Jethro Tull in the Marquee Club, and people noticed. ‘Oh, there’s a band that plays the blues but they’ve got a flute player?’ And that, in marketing terms, was a point of difference in good marketing and promotion. People noticed it because we were different than other bands” External link

whittierdailynews Wednesday, June 26, 2019 7:35:00 PM EAT

Ian Anderson said ( about Jethro Tull ) : “It was an interesting surprise to find that Jethro Tull’s life just embodied lots of little elements that suggested to me an immediate relationship with songs I had written over the years, most of which were of the very well-known in the Jethro Tull repertoire,” External link

independent Thursday, October 13, 2016 10:59:00 AM EAT

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Jethro Tull

Last updated on 2017-05-05T17:05+0300.

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Key Titles and Phrases Count Lang Last Seen
Names Lang Count
Jethro TullEN71.76%
Jethro TullFR8.24%
Jethro TullPT8.24%
Jethro TullBG4.71%
Jethro TullAR4.71%
Jethro TullES2.35%


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Ian Anderson said ( about Jethro Tull ) : “I’m looking forward to visiting some lesser played Tull songs and receiving some tricky questions from the audience!” External link

barnet-today Saturday, February 1, 2020 12:40:00 AM EAT

Ian Anderson says ( about Jethro Tull ) : “I had a go at it; I couldn’t get a note out of it. About four months later, December of ’67, I thought I’d give another try, see if I could get a noise out of it, and all of a sudden a note popped out of it: ‘Ooh, that’s how you do it!’ And then I got another note. Soon I had five notes. And I had the pentatonic blues scale, and I could play solos and riffs,” “A few days later I was playing it on stage in the early days of Jethro Tull in the Marquee Club, and people noticed. ‘Oh, there’s a band that plays the blues but they’ve got a flute player?’ And that, in marketing terms, was a point of difference in good marketing and promotion. People noticed it because we were different than other bands” External link

dailynews Wednesday, June 26, 2019 7:39:00 PM EAT

Ian Anderson says ( about Jethro Tull ) : “I had a go at it; I couldn’t get a note out of it. About four months later, December of ’67, I thought I’d give another try, see if I could get a noise out of it, and all of a sudden a note popped out of it: ‘Ooh, that’s how you do it!’ And then I got another note. Soon I had five notes. And I had the pentatonic blues scale, and I could play solos and riffs,” “A few days later I was playing it on stage in the early days of Jethro Tull in the Marquee Club, and people noticed. ‘Oh, there’s a band that plays the blues but they’ve got a flute player?’ And that, in marketing terms, was a point of difference in good marketing and promotion. People noticed it because we were different than other bands” External link

whittierdailynews Wednesday, June 26, 2019 7:35:00 PM EAT

Ian Anderson said ( about Jethro Tull ) : “It was an interesting surprise to find that Jethro Tull’s life just embodied lots of little elements that suggested to me an immediate relationship with songs I had written over the years, most of which were of the very well-known in the Jethro Tull repertoire,” External link

independent Thursday, October 13, 2016 10:59:00 AM EAT