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Jethro Tull: A Subtle Acceptance

Jacoba Atlas, Circus, July 1970

A LITTLE OVER a year ago, Jethro Tull made their first appearance in America. The result was slightly less than overwhelming. No fanfares went up, no million selling certificates were awarded; indeed not, the result of the first tour was far more subtle and far more lasting. What happened was a slow process of acceptance, until today one can say without amplification that Jethro Tull is one of the finest and most successful groups on either side of the Atlantic.

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