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Monday, June 6, 2011

Ian Anderson on "Aqualung"

It's very easy to use the conditions as a way to blame a recording gone wrong, but it never seems to bother many pros. Regardless of the equipment, acoustics or comfort, a real pro always seems to put out a great product. A good example of this is Jethro Tull's seminal album Aqualung, which overcame everything from equipment failures to a "horrible, cold, echoey feel" in Island Records new studio in a church to produce one of their best and most well-known works. Here's Tull leader Ian Anderson discussing the situation.

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