The Very Best Of (Jethro Tull album)

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The Very Best Of
Greatest hits album by Jethro Tull
Released May 14, 2001 (UK)
Recorded 1968 - 2001
Genre Progressive rock, progressive folk, hard rock
Length 78:00
Label Chrysalis
Producer Ian Anderson
Jethro Tull chronology
Live at the House of Blues
(1999)
The Very Best of Jethro Tull
(2001)
Living with the Past
(2002)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

The Very Best Of (2001) is a greatest hits album by Jethro Tull. It includes some of the band's biggest hits from 1969 to the present day. Ian Anderson selected the tracks himself, approving edits necessary for timing purposes, e.g. "Heavy Horses".

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Ian Anderson, except where noted. 

No. Title Length
1. "Living in the Past" (Anderson, Terry Ellis; Non-album single, later from the album of the same name) 3:39
2. "Aqualung" (Anderson, Jennie Anderson; from Aqualung) 6:35
3. "Sweet Dream" (Non-album single, later from Living in the Past) 4:02
4. "The Whistler" (from Songs from the Wood) 3:28
5. "Bungle in the Jungle" (from War Child) 3:35
6. "The Witch's Promise" (Non-album single, later from Living in the Past) 3:49
7. "Locomotive Breath" (from Aqualung) 4:24
8. "Steel Monkey" (from Crest of a Knave) 3:36
9. "Thick as a Brick (Edit #1)" (edit of the first 3 minutes of the song; from the album of the same name) 3:00
10. "Bourée" (Anderson, Johann Sebastian Bach; instrumental; from Stand Up) 3:44
11. "Too Old to Rock 'n' Roll: Too Young to Die" (single edit; from the album of the same name) 3:54
12. "Life is a Long Song" (from the EP of the same name; later from Living in the Past) 3:16
13. "Songs from the Wood" (from the album of the same name) 4:51
14. "A New Day Yesterday" (from Stand Up) 4:08
15. "Heavy Horses" (edit; from the album of the same name) 3:19
16. "Broadsword" (from The Broadsword and the Beast) 4:59
17. "Roots to Branches" (the CD pressings had mistaken the name of the song as "Root to Branches"; from the album of the same name) 5:11
18. "A Song for Jeffrey" (from This Was) 3:17
19. "Minstrel in the Gallery" (single edit; Anderson, Martin Barre; from the album of the same name) 3:49
20. "Cheerio" (from The Broadsword and the Beast) 1:10

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