Apple iTunes Store adds Jethro Tull’s complete Chrysalis music catalog

From their bluesy beginnings on This Was to the mature prog-rock of Roots to Branches, Apple has announced the addition of Jethro Tull’s complete Chrysalis music catalog to the iTunes Store.

Visit Jethro Tull via Apple’s iTunes Store here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Carroll W.” for the heads up.]

MacDailyNews Note: Jethro Tull was one of the more notable iTunes Store holdouts.

61 Comments

  1. Jethro Tull was a constant musical companion of mine as I progressed through undergraduate college. Unbelievable live concerts and really fine musicians. Wonderful to finally see them on iTunes!

    I guess my age is showing…

  2. Yay!!! About f***ing time!!! =8-)

    @TheDataDude: don’t worry about your age, mate – most of today’s music is nothing to get excited about. For a few weeks I downloaded the weekly free songs from iTunes, but they were always so crappy I just deleted them. I much rather pay for something worth listening to.

  3. Hmmm, I seem to remember that Ian Anderson, the band’s lead singer, had the worst teeth in the music industry. It was also bands like J.T. that launched me headlong into the punk genre. Taste is always a relative thing.

  4. walter chillium: Hmmm, I seem to remember that Ian Anderson, the band’s lead singer, had the worst teeth in the music industry.

    I find it had to believe that he has worse teeth than The Pogue’s Shane McGowan.

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