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Leonard Hatred 6:08 Wed Jan 8
Jethro Tull
Talk to me.

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backpass 12:24 Tue Jan 14
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His voice is shot to pieces, he is now stealing a living(in the past)

pablo.escobarr 11:35 Wed Jan 8
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Song for Jeffrey...what a tune!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3MGDujaVZk

Percy Dalton 11:31 Wed Jan 8
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Far Cough
Nice one.

Far Cough 11:13 Wed Jan 8
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I used to love them as they were different to any other hand.


Jeremy Beadle?

joey5000 11:12 Wed Jan 8
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They are playing at the Reading Hexagon which is a stone's throw from my gaf. It would be rude to not pop along.

I'm not too familiar with their work but Aqualung is an excellent album.

Percy Dalton 10:58 Wed Jan 8
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Saw them three times in the 70s.
A Passion Play.Thick as a brick.Also saw them at the NEC.
I used to love them as they were different to any other hand.

The Stoat 10:54 Wed Jan 8
Re: Jethro Tull
Too bloody expensive to book for a return gig to their roots ☹️

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 10:50 Wed Jan 8
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***Assumes flamingo-like position and plays barely-adequate flute***

Razzle 10:45 Wed Jan 8
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Jethro Tull was an English agricultural pioneer from Berkshire who helped bring about the British Agricultural Revolution. He perfected a horse-drawn seed drill in 1700 that economically sowed the seeds in neat rows. He later developed a horse-drawn hoe (not bitches but a mechanism to remove plant matter)

w4hammer 10:32 Wed Jan 8
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Songs for your wood? That doesnt sound right..!?

sidneyshitcunt 6:44 Wed Jan 8
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well known pluviophile





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