A Passion Play: The Story Of Ian Anderson & Jethro Tull

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Soundcheck Books, 1 ott 2013 - 248 pagine
An intimate, yet thorough, look at one of Britain’s biggest ever bands
 

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The Blades To The John Evans Band
16
Whats In A Name?
25
Jethro Tull Christened
32
This
41
Andersons Birth As A Song Writer Stand
69
Aqualung
76
17
101
Tull Renascent
107
The Writing Process
170
The Captain And Zappa
176
The Recording Process And More On Writing
179
Light And Dark
183
Instruments
185
Mastering The Acoustic Guitar
188
The Changing Business
190
41
193

The Broadsword And The Beast
113
Rock Island
125
From Fairport To Tull The Strange Tale Of Maartin Allcock
127
16
131
The 25th Anniversary
133
Roots To Branches A Solo Album And A Live One
143
Tulls Unique Place in Progressive Rock
149
The End Of Tull?
153
The Thoughts Of Ian Anderson
157
Ian Andersons Time Bomb Theory
159
Singing
162
32
166
Inspiration
168
Tull Trends
197
55
201
Learning
203
Technology
205
Picking The Team
208
Family Matters
210
Success And Failure And Living In The Future
214
Epilogue
216
Sources
223
Band Members Interviewed
224
About The Author
225
Copyright

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Informazioni sull'autore (2013)

Brian Rabey has been a music journalist for over 30 years, working for over 60 publications, such as Toronto's Music Express in his native Canada. He has a BA in Communication Studies and has also worked as head Technician at Montreal's major theatre. He has played in bands since the age of twelve, but aged sixteen he first heard Jethro Tull's music and instantly bought a flute; learning the flute parts to all their songs.

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