Monster Rare Jethro Tull Vinyl Collection Just In……imports, rare vinyl, promos, memorabilia & more…

…..we recently bought a Jethro Tull vinyl collection that was jaw-dropping in its scope to say the least, encompassing foreign pressed rarities from all over the world, unique picture sleeves, promotional items, uncut picture discs, 1st presses and more! Here’s our Top 5 rarities currently in stock and to see more click here

JETHRO TULL Hymn 43: 1971 German wide centre 7″ vinyl single on the pink ‘i’ label design, also including Locomotive Breath, unique textured picture sleeve featuring a great image of the band members on the roof, with ‘Neue progressive Pop-LP’s’ advertisement on the reverse, more info here
JETHRO TULL This Was: 1968 Australian 10-track stereo LP on the Reprise ‘steamboat’ label, front laminated picture sleeve. This was the debut from Anderson’s hive of creativity, starting out life with the progressive blues rock phase on trackslike Cat’s Squirrel and Dharma For One, the well known folk number Song For Jeffrey, not to mention the jazzy Serenade to a Cuckoo – a sign of things to come! More info here
1972 US Tour Programme for the….
….Thick As A Brick tour: Rare 1972 UK 16-page 8″ x 12″ tour programme in colour and black & white, featuring photographs and biographical information on Jethro Tull and their support band Tir Na Nog. The programme has survived for almostforty five years and is in fantastic condition, free of any marks, major creases or tears! A fantastic Jethro Tull collectors item that should not be missed out on! More info here
JETHRO TULL Said She Was A Dancer: Rare 1987 UK UNCUT test pressing for the limited edition shaped picture disc single, which features a design based around a 5½” record, also including Dogs In The Midwinter. This incredible rarity hasnot been cut to the finished shape and retains a clear surround around the actual image. More info here


JETHRO TULL Me Esta Destrozando: Rare Argentinean 7″ vinyl single for It’s Breaking Me Up, on the orange & tan Reprise ‘Steam Boat’ label, also including Una Cancion Para Jeffrey [A Song For Jeffrey], with the rare black & white picture sleeve, both the labels & sleeve have the ‘MH’ Music Hall logo. The fragile paper sleeve has some minor wear, the mostly white back has some discolouration, whilst surprisingly the vinyl shows only light signs of play with only a few surface scuffs. Afantastic copy and the first we have ever seen. More info here


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