features the talents of the original Jethro Tull rhythm section of Mick Abrahams, Clive Bunker and Glenn Cornick; along with Roy Harper, John Wetton, Robert Berry, Echolyn, Derek Trucks and Charlie Musselwhite, Glenn Hughes, Robby Steinhardt, Wolfstone, Keith Emerson, Tempest, Dave Pegg, Matt Pegg, Magellan, Derek Sherinian, Phil Manzanera, Ian McDonald.
Jethro Tull has been releasing high quality music for almost thirty years. In fact, Tull has been influential for so long that it is easy to forget what made them such a compelling act during the early stages of their career. The band had a profound effect on rock during the late 1960's and '70's due to their use of the flute as a lead instrument and the wild persona Ian Anderson portrayed on stage. During those years Tull was known as a hard rock band ("Aqualung" and "Locomotive Breath")