(1674 – 21 February 1741) was an English agricultural pioneer from Berkshire who helped bring about the British Agricultural Revolution. He perfected a horse-drawn seed drill in that economically sowed the seeds in neat rows, and later a horse-drawn hoe. Tull's methods were adopted by many large landowners, and they helped form the basis of modern agriculture. The rock band Jethro Tull was named after him.
[The Arts Desk] - He even gets away with some noodling prog-rock, occasionally evoking the dreaded flamingo-legged Jethro Tull, while elsewhere the spirit of the Beta Band's anything-goes alt-hippy philosophy looms large. The addition of flesh-and-blood instruments
[The Guardian (blog)] - The Express group old guard who were "as Jethro Tull would call [them] living in the past". Taking over the Express titles and finding a department full of "scruffy geezers" (Desmond: "Who are they?" Unnamed editor: "I can't tell you"), who turned out
[MusicRadar.com] King Crimson's In The Court Of The Crimson King, Goodbye by Cream, The Beatles' Abbey Road, A Salty Dog by Procol Harum, Spooky Tooth's Spooky Two, Stand Up by Jethro Tull, Fleetwood Mac's Then Play On and From Genesis to Revelation by Genesis.
[Gizmodo UK] - Yes, while Pink Floyd and Jethro Tull were the headline acts that August, Time Out's listed just one “computer music” event for that fortnight — a concert of taped music from the Experimental Music Studio, situated in the University of Illinois.
[Ripon Today] - “We were exposed to a host of bands from an early age thanks to dad such as Jethro Tull, The Who, Rory Gallagher, Zeppelin and Frank Zappa. Later I got into more modern bands like The Black Keys and White Stripes, as well as under-the-radar ones such
[Wetherby Today] - But the theatre's impressively broad new line-up for its spring season includes a welter of major shows at the Royal Hall ranging from the Moscow Ballet's Swan Lake and a Johann Strauss Gala to Dara O'Briain, Bob Geldof, Honor Blackman, Jethro Tull's