Classic Artists: Jethro Tull

Overview

This documentary traces the history of the rock band Jethro Tull. By combining archival footage with reminiscences by the band's members, the filmmakers paint a portrait of the group responsible for such classic hits as "Aqualung," "Living in the Past," and "Thick As a Brick."
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Overview

This documentary traces the history of the rock band Jethro Tull. By combining archival footage with reminiscences by the band's members, the filmmakers paint a portrait of the group responsible for such classic hits as "Aqualung," "Living in the Past," and "Thick As a Brick."
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Special Features

"Swing in - Rock in," a 1969 documentary with extremly rare footage in memory of Wim van der Linden; Photo gallery and memorabilia; Extended interviews
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/19/2010
  • UPC: 014381485127
  • Original Release: 2009
  • Source: Image Entertainment
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Time: 1:49:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 39,806

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jethro Tull
Technical Credits
Jon Brewer Director
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Jethro Tull: Classic Artists
1. The Formation of Jethro Tull [11:06]
2. The Marquee Club [2:28]
3. This Was: The First Album [3:05]
4. Firing Mick Abrahams [3:02]
5. Success in America [6:11]
6. Living in the Past [2:29]
7. Stand up and Benefit [5:10]
8. Glenn Cornick's Departure [3:53]
9. Aqualung [8:12]
10. Clive Bunker Leaves [2:37]
11. Thick As a Brick adn a Passion Play [8:26]
12. Too Old to Rock 'n' Roll [2:20]
13. Minstrel in the Gallery and David Palmer [2:59]
14. Jeffrey Hammond Is Replaced by John Glascock [6:32]
15. Going Through the Motions [8:45]
16. Under Wraps [6:16]
17. Exit Terry Ellis [6:45]
18. Crest of a Knave [3:55]
19. The Genius of Ian Anderson [4:10]
20. 25th Anniversary Tour and Beyond [6:09]
21. End Credits [4:45]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Jethro Tull: Classic Artists
   Play
   Scenes
   Extras
      Extended Interviews
         Ian Anderson on Upbringing, Influences, Experimentation and Venues
         Dee Palmer on Smoking a Pipe
         Terry Ellis on Ian and Drugs, Fame and Woodstock
         Glenn Cornick on Recording This Was
         Kenny Wylie on Roadie Practical Jokes
         Mick Abrahams on Playing Guitar
         John Evans on Re-Joining Jethro Tull
         Chris Wright on the Birth of Chrysalis
         Barry Barlow on Tull Democracy and Clive Bunker
         Clive Bunker on Flutes, Festivals and Jazz
         Martin Barre on Ian Going Solo
      Swing In-Rock In Mit Jethro Tull (a Film by Wim Van Der Linden)
      Picture Galleries: Album Covers
      Picture Galleries: Memorabilia
      Picture Galleries: The Early Years
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