The tenth album of the progressive whatever band Jethro Tull. A return to their folksy roots, and also the first of three albums that made the band dig deeper into the folk genre. The cover is a version of a picture with added black lines.
Jethro Tull was a eighteenth century English agricultural inventor. His biggest contribution was a seeding machine, allowing for better lined up seeds, making further production easier. Apart from it being a cool name, I have no idea why the band chose that name.
I suppose I bought this record because I liked my earlier bought anthology. After this I never bought any of their albums again, so really… no love lost. Pff, progressive.