Jethro Tull - "Aqualung" [Full Album] - YouTube

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1. Aqualung (00:00)

2. Cross Eyed Mary (06:36)

3. Cheap Day Return (10:45)

4. Mother Goose (12:08)

5. Wond'ring Aloud (16:01)

6. Up To Me (17:57)

7. My God (21:12)

8. Hymn 43 (28:25)

9. Slipstream (31:44)

10. Locomotive Breath (32:57)

11. Wind Up (37:23)

12. Lick Your Fingers Clean (43:31)

13. Wind Up (Quad Version) (46:17)

14. Excerpts From The Ian Anderson Interview (51:40)

15. Song For Jeffrey (01:05:39)

16. Fat Man (01:08:30)

Aqualung is the fourth studio album by the rock band Jethro Tull. Released in 1971, Aqualung, despite the band's disapproval, is regarded as a concept album featuring a central theme of "the distinction between religion and God".[1] The album's "dour musings on faith and religion" have marked it as "one of the most cerebral albums ever to reach millions of rock listeners".[2] Aqualung's success marked a turning point in the band's career, with them going on to become a major radio and touring act.

Recorded in Island Records' studio in London, it was their first album with John Evan as a full-time member, their first with new bassist Jeffrey Hammond and last album featuring Clive Bunker on drums. The album is something of a departure from the band's previous works, featuring more acoustic material than previous releases; and—inspired by photographs of homeless people on the Thames Embankment taken by singer Ian Anderson's wife Jennie—contains a number of recurring themes, addressing religion along with Anderson's own personal experiences.



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