Check out the video footage of lead singer and generally Tull-driven chap, Ian Anderson, unveiling his book, Ballad of Jethro Tull, the official illustrated history of the band
All 500 Signature Edition copies are sold-out but you can still order the Classic Edition (£40/$50) which features:
A hardback book spanning “over 200” pages (201, then?)
The fully illustrated tome also includes around 200 photographs.
You can also grab a MP4 download of two brand-new recordings.
The Ballad of Jethro Tull: is a narrative poem written and read by Ian Anderson over a unique and original mix of classic Tull music.
Marmion: features Ian reading Walter Scott’s 1808 poem, with musical backing composed for the recording and played by John O’Hara (current Tull keyboard player) on a cathedral organ.
You can find out more at www.jethrotullbook.com
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