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1977

29 Jan 77   Melody Maker   Wooden-headed Tull

5 Feb 77   Sounds   Tull's wooden music
5 Feb 77   Melody Maker Ian Anderson: kitchen prose, gutter rhymes IA
5 Feb 77   Record Mirror   Squire Anderson IA
5 Feb 77   Record Mirror  Jethro Tull — not old but could be gold
5 Feb 77   National Rock Star   Jethro Tull — those press knocks hurt IA
12 Feb 77   NME   Anderson: press bore drags on
12 Feb 77   Melody Maker   Squire Tull
12 Feb 77   Sounds   Tull: never too old — yet
12 Feb 77   National Rock Star   Over-sensitive Anderson
12 Feb 77   National Rock Star   An album to set Robin Hood dancing
19 Feb 77   Melody Maker   An open letter to Ian Anderson ...
19 Feb 77   Sounds   Non-dull Tull cull praise

5 Mar 77   NME   Songs From the Wood
USA Radio March 77   [no title] IA
10 Mar 77   Rolling Stone   Jethro's magic Pan IA
21 Mar 77   People   Rock's heavist breather is Ian Anderson IA

14 Apr 77   Circus   Ian Anderson's pearls of wisdom IA

June 1977   Creem   Ian Anderson: too old to rock 'n' roll? Never! IA
18 Jun 77   Sounds   New wave from an old hand IA

27 Aug 77   NME   Anderson in Skye — with banknotes

Online: album review at the Green Man Review.



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1: Album advert from Sounds, 5 February 1977 (thanks to Mike Wain).
4 courtesy of Bora Cetin, from Pop magazine.
6 courtesy of Mattia in Italy.
7 published in Musik Expres, 5 May 1977. Thanks to Harry Auras.
8 published in Musik Joker, 1 October 1979. Thanks to Harry Auras.
9: thanks to Mike Wain.
10-14: Belgium, 3 June 1977, courtesy of Claude Calteux