A journey through the complete library of Jethro Tull. Each week, a new song, starting at track one on the first album, and working our way through the years.
A sequel? A reprise? Is it even a different song? Will the Momes survive this heated debate? This and more, when you listen to the penultimate episode of TTTM's Warchild run.
Your conscience? Jewish/Catholic guilt? Just your godmother hovering over your shoulder? We'll probably never know. And a glut of emails!
A promising intro, but it's not Paradise Steakhouse or Glory Row... this song jumps in seemingly right in the middle, and we never quite catch our footing. But pretty good beat poetry?
A etymology-laced journey through the potential of celebrity, and the attainment of fame. What is worth the sacrifice? And what is your definition of fame to begin with?
A bright and colorful trip about what it means to compartmentalize oneself for celebrity, or at least having a public persona. Kinda makes ya feel for ol' Ian.
What is going on here? Despite Tull being a notoriously drug-free band, this ... this song... Bad acid trip? Good acid trip? Pure, manic, bananas farcical genius, at least. What can be said about this bonkers ditty?
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Having seen both TAAB and A Passion Play live at the time, your recent episodes have help me remember the excitment and sheer fun of the shows an and picking through the lyrics and covers. Keep up the great banter.
Looking forward to WarChild and beyond.
These two beautiful boys really know their Tull
If you love Jethro Tull and the music of ole Ian A, you’ll love what the Momes are doing!
When I was 16, I found out about Tull through a copy of Aqualung in my dad’s LP collection, and have been listening for a year now. As I don’t know many fellow Tull-skulls (as the Momes like to call them) my age, I rejoiced after stumbling upon my new favourite podcast, Talk Tull to Me.
Now long hours listening to Ian Anderson, M. Lancelot Barre, and the rest of the gang can be supplemented with inciteful commentary from my two bros Nik and Omen.
These two guys brighten up my Tuesday and are really worth the listen!