Benefit (2013 Remaster) [1LP]
Released in April 1970, Benefit is the third studio album by British rock band Jethro Tull. Digitally remastered and remixed by Steven Wilson.
Mostly recorded in December 1969 and January 1970, Benefit was the band's first album to feature keyboards - played by the band's old school chum John Evan. Evan completed the third Tull line-up when he joined Anderson, Barre, Bunker, and Cornick. John Evan joined on a temporary basis for an eight month tour and stayed for over 10 years! John's classical training and stage presence would be central to Tull's 1970's persona.
Benefit was the first million record seller from Jethro Tull and went Gold in the US for sales of over 500,000.
- With You There To Help Me
- Nothing To Say
- Alive And Well And Living In
- For Michael Collins, Jeffrey And Me
- To Cry You A Song
- A Time For Everything
- Play In Time
- Sossity; You're A Woman