Originally Posted by LouisVA
Speaking of great bands not many have heard of - where's Blodwyn Pig?
But where would they rank in the all-time listings?
Mick Abrahams has a pretty loyal following, as the guitar-playing founder of Blodwyn Pig.
But he is better known as the guy who left Jethro Tull after their first album, because he didn't like Ian Anderson's push for a new musical direction... which then evolved without him, in the form of Benefit, Aqualung and Thick as a Brick (plus their enormously successful concert tours.)
Do you honestly feel that Blodwyn Pig's album holds up to the music that Jethro Tull released AFTER Mick left the band??