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Aqualung

For the diving equipment of the same name, see Aqua-Lung.

Aqualung is a concept album released by Jethro Tull in 1972. It is best known for its title track, which apparently concerns a pedophile. It is concept album only in so much as the first side of the LP vinyl record seems to be concerned with the same character, Aqualung.

Aqualung peaked at #7 on the Billboard Music Charts (North America) pop albums chart. The single "Hymn 43" hit #91 on Billboard's pop singles chart.

Track listing Side one:

  1. Aqualung
  2. Cross-Eyed Mary
  3. Cheap Day Return
  4. Mother Goose
  5. Wond'ring Aloud
  6. Up To Me

Side two:

  1. My God
  2. Hymn 43
  3. Slip Stream
  4. Locomotive Breath
  5. Wind-Up
Harvest

Personnel

  • Ian Anderson - Guitar (Acoustic), Flute, Guitar, Composer, Vocals, *Voices, Producer
  • Martin Barre - Guitar, Guitar (Electric), Recorder, Descant
  • Clive Bunker - Percussion, Drums
  • Terry Ellis - Producer
  • John Evan - Organ, Piano, Keyboards, Multi Instruments, Mellotron
  • Jeffrey Hammond-Hammond - Bass, Guitar (Bass), Recorder, Vocals, Voices
  • David Palmer - Synthesizer, Arranger, Conductor, Keyboards, Saxophone
  • Tony Wilson - Engineer
  • Allen Harris - Engineer
  • Bernie Andrews - Producer
  • Roberta Ballard - Production Manager
  • Bob Conduct - Engineer
  • John L. Walters - Producer
  • Jeffrey Hammond - Guitar (Bass), Voices, Alto Recorder
  • Terry Jones - Producer



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