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To Be Sad As A Man Will Be - Jethro Tull - Nothing Is Easy (Vinyl, LP)


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May Be A Original He was keen to socialise on tour, while the other members became more reclusive and introverted. He died in August Anderson invited Jeffrey Hammond to replace Cornick, buying a new bass for this purpose. The album was split into two sides, subtitled 'Aqualung' and 'My God', and featured Anderson's opinions about organised religion. On "Locomotive Breath", Anderson recorded the backing track on his own, singing along to a hi-hat accompaniment, which the rest of the band recorded on top of later.

Because of the heavy touring schedule and his wish to spend more time with his family, drummer Bunker quit the group after the Aqualung album in May , [69] [70] and was replaced by Barrie Barlow , whom Anderson rechristened "Barriemore". Anderson had become annoyed with music critics calling Aqualung a concept album , which he did not intend it to be.

On a "banter" track that accompanies the Aqualung Live album recorded for XM Satellite Radio , Anderson insisted, "I always said at the time, this is not a concept album.

It's an album of varied songs In response to the many critics who called Aqualung a concept album, Anderson decided to "come up with something that really is the mother of all concept albums". They returned to England, and Anderson did some rewriting before Jethro Tull quickly recorded and released A Passion Play , another single-track concept album, with allegorical lyrics focusing on the afterlife.

A Passion Play sold well but received generally poor reviews, including a particularly damning review of its live performance by Chris Welch of Melody Maker. Even as the band's popularity with critics began to wane around this time, their popularity with the public remained strong, as evidenced by high sales of their follow-up album, 's War Child.

It also included a short acoustic song , "Only Solitaire", widely thought to be aimed at L. However, Anderson said the song was written before Hilburn's review and was aimed at music critics in general.

The War Child tour also featured a female string quartet playing along with the group on the new material. In , the band released Minstrel in the Gallery , an album which resembled Aqualung in that it contrasted softer, acoustic-guitar-based pieces with lengthier, more bombastic works headlined by Barre's electric guitar.

Written and recorded during Anderson's divorce from his first wife Jennie Franks , the album is characterised by a markedly more introspective tone than their previous album, and critics gave it mixed reviews. John Glascock , who earlier was playing with flamenco -rock band Carmen , a support band on the previous Jethro Tull tour, became the band's new bassist. Glascock made his first appearance on this album, contributing harmony and second vocals in addition to the bass lines.

Palmer continued to arrange, and he recorded as a guest on two songs. For the tour, Jethro Tull became one of the first bands to use giant projection screens for the larger stadium shows. A television special was recorded showing the development of the album's concept in a live show with the band fully dressed in the most rock-hard-tongue-in-cheek outfits , but the programme was never officially released.

In the late s, Jethro Tull released a trio of folk rock albums, Songs from the Wood , Heavy Horses , and Stormwatch Songs from the Wood was the first Tull album to receive generally positive reviews since the release of Living in the Past Although not formally considered a part of the folk rock movement which had actually begun nearly a decade earlier with the advent of Fairport Convention , there was clearly an exchange of musical ideas among Tull and the folk rockers.

The band continued to tour, and released a live double album in , titled Bursting Out , which was recorded during the European leg of the Heavy Horses tour. Their third folk influenced album, Stormwatch , was released in During the making of the album, Glascock suffered major health issues related to open heart surgery from the previous year, so Anderson played bass on much of the album.

After the release of Stormwatch , due to Glascock's continued health issues, Fairport Convention bassist Dave Pegg was hired for the ensuing tour, during which Glascock died from heart complications at his home in England. Following the end of the Stormwatch tour in early , Jethro Tull would undergo its largest line-up shuffle to date, resulting in Barlow, Evan and Palmer all leaving the band.

Different stories have been given over the years for the various reasons behind the band's restructuring, including that Barlow was depressed and withdrawn after Glascock's death and that Evan and Palmer found their futures in the band to be murky with Anderson's announcement that he wanted to work on a solo album. In the Classic Artists documentary Jethro Tull: Their Fully Authorised Story , Barlow claimed that he left the band on a mutual agreement with Anderson while Evan and Palmer both recalled being dismissed by a letter in the mail, with no prior contact.

Tull's first album of the s was intended to be Ian Anderson's first solo album. Highlighted by the prominent use of synthesisers, it contrasted sharply with the established "Tull sound". Entitled A taken from the labels on the master tapes for his scrapped solo album, marked simply "A" for "Anderson" , it was released in mid In keeping with the mood of innovation surrounding the album, Jethro Tull developed a music video titled Slipstream.

The video, released in , was directed by David Mallet , who has directed numerous music videos, including the pioneering " Ashes to Ashes " video for David Bowie. Jobson and Craney returned to their own work following the A tour and Jethro Tull entered a period of revolving drummers: Gerry Conway , who left after deciding he could not be the one to replace Barlow, [ citation needed ] Phil Collins as a fill-in for the recently departed Gerry Conway, played with the band at the first Prince's Trust concert in , Paul Burgess for the US leg of the Broadsword and the Beast tour, and who left to settle down with his family and permanent drummer Doane Perry.

Some of these tracks were released on the Nightcap compilation in In , Peter-John Vettese joined on keyboards, and the band returned to a somewhat folkier sound—albeit with synthesisers—for 's The Broadsword and the Beast. The ensuing concert tour for the album was well attended and the shows featured what was to be one of the group's last indulgences in full-dress theatricality. The stage was built to resemble a Viking longship and the band performed in faux-medieval regalia.

An Anderson solo album, which was in fact a collaborative Anderson-Vettese effort, appeared in , in the form of the heavily electronic Walk into Light. In , Jethro Tull released Under Wraps , a heavily electronic album with no "live" drummer and instead, as on Walk into Light , a drum-machine was used.

Although the band were reportedly proud of the sound, the album was not well received. However, the video for "Lap of Luxury" did manage to earn moderate rotation on the newly influential MTV music video channel.

As a result of the throat problems Anderson developed singing the demanding Under Wraps material on tour, Jethro Tull took a three-year break. Vettese quit the band after the tour, angry at critics for the bad reviews of The Broadsword and the Beast , Walk into Light , and Under Wraps Jethro Tull returned in with Crest of a Knave.

With Vettese absent Anderson contributed the synth programming and the band relying more heavily on Barre's electric guitar than they had since the early s, the album was a critical and commercial success. Shades of their earlier electronic excursions were still present, however, as three of the album's songs again used a drum machine, with Doane Perry and Gerry Conway sharing drum duties on the other tracks.

And Justice for All album. The award was particularly controversial as many did not consider Jethro Tull hard rock, much less heavy metal. On the advice of their manager, who told them they had no chance of winning, no one from the band attended the award ceremony.

The style of Crest of a Knave has been compared to that of Dire Straits , in part because Anderson no longer seemed to have the vocal range he once possessed and preferred to use the lower registers, while Martin Barre's guitar sound apparently drifted towards Mark Knopfler 's style. Two songs in particular—"Farm on the Freeway" and "Steel Monkey"—got heavy radio airplay. The album also contained the popular live song "Budapest", which depicts a backstage scene with a shy local female stagehand.

Although "Budapest" was the longest song on that album at just over ten minutes , "Mountain Men" became more famous in Europe, depicting a scene from World War II in Africa.

Ian Anderson referred to the battles of El Alamein and the Falkland Islands , drawing historical parallels of the angst that women left behind by their warrior husbands might have felt:.

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  1. Brak says:
    Label: The Swingin' Pig - TSP • Format: Vinyl LP, Unofficial Release Yellow • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Blues • Jethro Tull - Nothing Is Easy (, Yellow, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(13).
  2. Takus says:
    To Be Sad As A Man Will Be Arranged By – Jethro Tull: 4: Back To The Family Written-By – Ian Anderson: 5: Dharma For One Written-By – Clive Bunker, Ian Anderson: 6: Nothing Is Easy Written-By – Ian Anderson: 7: Song For Jeffrey Written-By – Ian Anderson: /5(6).
  3. Vozshura says:
    Tracks Are: "My Sunday Feeling," "Martin's Tune," "To Be Sad As A Man Will Be," "Back To The Family," "Dharma For One," "Nothing Is Easy" And "Song For Jeffrey." Artist: Jethro Tull Title: Nothing Is Easy Genre: Pop Type: Colored Vinyl Label: Swingin' Pig Catalog ID: TSP Country: Italy Our ID:
  4. Fauzil says:
    Jethro Tull: Nothing Is Easy: Live At The Isle Of Wight , 2×LP (Vinyl), Europäische Union, , Ear Music (EMX), limited edition of numbered copies on transparent orange vinyl, RSD reissue, gatefold sleeve, Neuware, 29,90 €.
  5. Voodooshakar says:
    This is the discography of the British progressive rock band Jethro Tull who formed in Blackpool, Lancashire in Initially playing blues rock, the band's sound soon incorporated elements of British folk music and hard rock to forge a progressive rock signature. The band were led by vocalist/flautist/guitarist Ian Anderson, and have included other significant members such as guitarist.
  6. Mekazahn says:
    The Best Of Jethro Tull,Broadsword And The Beast,War Child,Aqualung,Live At Montreux ,Original Masters,Under Wraps,Stormwatch,Stormwatch,Thick As A Brick,Heavy Horses,Moths,Live: Bursting Out,This Was,Heavy Horses,Too Old To Rock 'N' Roll-Too Young To Die!,Minstrel In The Gallery,Songs From The Wood,Nothing Is Easy,Stand Up,This Was,Benefit.
  7. Nimuro says:
    Apr 14,  · This is the song "Just Trying To Be", a bonus track from Jethro Tull's album Benefit. Originally appeared on Living In The Past. Lyrics: There was a time when you were so young and walked in their way. They made you feel they loved you all-seeing they say. You're going wrong if their game you don't play And that the song I sing will lead you.
  8. Yotaxe says:
    Benefit is the third studio album by the British rock band Jethro Tull, released in April It was the first Tull album to include pianist and organist John Evan – though he was not yet considered a permanent member of the group – and the last to include bass guitarist Glenn Cornick who was fired from the band upon completion of touring for the album.

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