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Jethro Tull
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Musicians
    (1967- )
    Formed in England
    Ian Anderson - vocals (1967- )
    Glenn Cornick - bass (1967-71)
    Mick Abrahams - guitar (1967-68)
    Clive Bunker - drums (1967-71)
    Tony Iommi - guitar (1968-68)
    Davy O'List - guitar (1968-68)
    Martin Barre - guitar (1968- )
    John Evan - keyboards/piano/organ (1970- )
    Jeffrey Hammond - bass (1971-76)
    Barriemore Barlow - drums (1971- )
    John Glascock - bass (1976-79)
    Dave Pegg - bass (1979- )
    Recorded 'Stand Up,' 'Benefit,' 'Thick As A Brick...,' 'Living in the Past,' 'A Passion Play,' 'M.U. Best of Jethro Tull,' 'Songs From the Wood,' 'Heavy Horses,' 'Bursting Out,' 'Storm Watch,' 'A,' 'Broadsword And the Beast,' 'Under Wraps,' 'Original Masters,' 'This Was,' '20 Years of Jethro Tull,' 'Rock Island,' 'Catfish Rising,' 'A Little Light Music,' 'Roots to Branches,' 'The Ultimate Set,' 'Minstrel in the Gallery,' 'Crest of a Knave,' 'War Child,' 'Too Old to Rock and Roll: To Young to Die,' 'Through the Years' and 'J-Tull Dot Com'
    They considered Navy Blue and Bag of Blues as band names before settling with Jethro Tull.
    Their first single '6 inches, Sunshine Day,' made no impact on the British charts or the U.S. charts.
    Mick Abrahams quit the band because he felt he was being up-staged by Ian Anderson.
    They experimented with drugs and alcohol.
    Since the mid-70's, they have not been well liked by critics.
    They've released two Christmas albums.
    They have a revolving door-type of system when it comes to members.
    Their song 'Aqualung' has one of the greatest opening guitar riffs ever.
    Their album 'War Child' was certified Gold with its pre-order sales.
    Tony Iommi played guitar for Jethro Tull for a few weeks before forming Black Sabbath.
    John Glascock died from complications of heart surgery (1979).
    They had been described as blues, metal, folk and progressive.
    They ranked 61 on VH-1's 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock.
    Although having had many current and former band members, they never tortured their fans with breaking up, reforming, breaking up, reforming and so on.

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