Up close and personal biography of that most quinntestially English of bands Jethro Tull and their charismatic leader Ian Anderson. The author spoke to everyone what mattered, including Anderson, to produce a revealing, but affectionate, book about a band that has been together for over 45 years.
Brian Rabey has been a music journalist for over 30 years, working for over 60 publications such as Toronto's Music Express in his native Canada. He has a BA in Communication Studies and has also worked as head Technician at Montreal's major theatre. He has played in bands since the age of twelve, but aged sixteen he first heard Jethro Tull's music and instantly bought a flute; learning the flute parts to all their songs.