Released in 1971 - Aqualung would be Jethro Tull's 4th studio album. The overall success of this record (on both sides of the Atlantic) would mark a turning point for the band, who quickly went on to become a major radio and touring act.
Containing several musical genres, such as folk, blues, psychedelia and rock - Aqualung is considered to be something of a "concept" album, featuring a central theme of distinction between religion and God.
This 2-disc set contains all of Aqualung's 11 original songs, plus numerous remixes on the "bonus" disc.
Jethro Tull's name came from that of an 18th Century agriculturist. Singer/song-writer, Ian Anderson, was the major driving-force behind the band's somewhat eccentric musical style.
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