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 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?
A dirty, grungy, late-night diner of a song. A nasty little flute lick, a filthy bass drone, and Martin's sickening guitar. Plus sex and the devil. So good!
Warchild Waltz / Quartet / Mime Sequence
Three just absolutely gorgeous instrumentals, all in one ep! Prepare for Nik to gush for about an hour. And Omen to politely accept it, while passive-aggressively belittling him the whole time. Man, isn't it great having a best friend of 20 years?
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Amazing and thoughtful
I’ve loved Jethro Tull for a very long time, but never imagined there would be such a great and thoughtful podcast about their music— Love it! Find myself wanting to chime in....
Best podcast on the interwebz
Not sure how these guys are doing it considering the massive time commitment, but they have created my favorite podcast. I have been a Tull fan for decades, and the song by song analysis has given me even a greater appreciation of Ian’s genius. I am surprised that the millions of Tull fans throughout the world have not discovered this podcast. Keep up the great work.
I abhor iTunes, but adore Talk Tull To Me
If you like Ian Anderson... musically anyhow, let’s face it he’s kind of a mean old man who wouldn’t acknowledge my back tattoo of Beastie, then you might enjoy the Feckless Momes podcast about Jethro Tull. If you are new to JT you can’t go wrong with this podcast. Whether you visit the Spring flair of Stand Up and Benefit, delve into Summer sweetness of Aqualung, Thick as a Brick and Passion Play, dive into the Autumnal leaves that are Warchild, Minstel in the Gallery, and Too Old to Rock and Roll, or trod through the Winter snows of Songs from the Woods, Heavy Horses and Stormwatch, you will enjoy the fun effortless banter of this courageous duo.