Jethro Tull started in 1967, and the mighty Aqualung album came out in 1971. Along with the famous title track, it also contained the hits "Locomotive Breath" and "Cross-Eyed Mary." In 2011, a remastered, 40th Anniversary edition of Aqualung was released in a super-deluxe collector's edition and also in a more humble 2-CD set. On April 2, 2012, a sequel to another classic Tull album, Thick As A Brick, is scheduled for release.
With over 40 years of Tull material to choose from, there were plenty of strange-but-true tales (most confirmed by Ian in our interview) to choose from along with some good myths. See if you can separate fact from fiction in the Jethro Tull edition.
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