Welcome back. Today, we conclude the week dedicated to Jethro Tull.
The 1990s mark the beginning of a new chapter in Jethro Tull's career, marked by the abandonment of electronic instruments. The album 'Catfish Rising' (1991) brings the band to decidedly lighter and less intense tones, contrasting with the more conceptual and involved 'Roots To Branches,' a 1995 album with a vaguely oriental flavor and not the easiest listening experience.
While the band's studio activity has inevitably decreased in recent decades, the same cannot be said for the solo careers of various members, especially Ian Anderson, who has numerous albums to his name. In many ways, the experimentation undertaken with Jethro Tull is further deepened in these solo works (noteworthy is an interesting orchestral version of Jethro Tull led by the frontman in 'Ian Anderson Plays the Orchestral Jethro Tull'). Nevertheless, the band's latest studio albums are from just a few years ago, 'The Zealot Gene' (2022) and 'RökFlöte' (2023).
Today, Jethro Tull's career is a testament to continuous adaptation and innovative spirit. Led by Anderson's vision, the band remains a force in the musical landscape, thanks to its ability to stay true to its creative vein without neglecting the evolution of music.
To conclude the week, we bring you 'Rare And Precious Chain.' Enjoy listening!