- 324 Pages
- Oversized Format
- Heavily Illustrated In B&W
- Released: October 27, 2009
- Originally Released: 2005
- Publisher: Crossfire Publications
Description by OLDIES.com:
Jethro Tull has provided fans with enjoyable and challenging music for over three decades. No other band has featured such a wide range of musicians and personalities. Through mainstay Ian Anderson's forward-thinking musical direction and intelligent lyrical perceptions on life, Jethro Tull has skirted every musical trend and endured longer than nearly all of their contemporaries. This revised edition of Flying Colours: The Jethro Tull Reference Manual, Greg Russo's fifth book, contains everything a Tull fan would ever need in one place: a complete band history, detailed song analysis, a gig list and the most amazing group and solo discographies ever compiled. This is the bible for Tullies worldwide!
The long-awaited revised version of Greg Russo's book, originally published in 2000. This edition contains 68 additional pages and covers Jethro Tull's history through the middle of 2009. Many additional photos have also been added.