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  1. This Was is the debut studio album by the British progressive rock band Jethro Tull, released in Recorded at a cost of £, it is the only Jethro Tull album with guitarist Mick Abrahams, who was a major influence for the sound and music style of the band's first the album was released the band was already performing at the Marquee Club in London, where Genre: Blues rock, jazz fusion, folk rock.
  2. It's Breaking Me Up Lyrics: So many long days. In so many ways / I try to get through to what lies deep inside of you / Oh, baby. I said, you're breaking me up, woman / Yeah, you're breaking me.
  3. Feb 13,  · Its Breaking Me Up tab by Jethro Tull. 1, views, added to favorites 9 times. Difficulty: novice. Author hamett91 [pro] Last edit on Feb 13, Download Pdf.
  4. It's Breaking Me Up (Original US stereo mix 96/24) Cat's Squirrel (Original US stereo mix 96/24) A Song For Jeffrey (Original US stereo mix 96/24) Round (Original US stereo mix 96/24) This is a new, unopened CD in its original packaging.
  5. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Jethro Tull - This Was at Discogs. Complete your Jethro Tull collection.
  6. It's Breaking Me Up - This song has that classic blues sound with its loping gate and sassy harmonica. The lyrics disturb me a bit because the refrain turns the metaphor around in a way that makes me wonder whether the singer isn't having violent thoughts in response to how the "woman" has treated him. Cat's Squirrel - Rock jam instrumental/5().
  7. All but two tracks in Mix 2 appear to be the same as Mix 1 with the stereo image reversed. Move On Alone and It's Breaking Me Up are completely different mixes in Mix 2. Mix 1 remained unreleased on CD until this set. Mix 2 is included as a flat transfer on the DVD. The deluxe 3CD/DVD version includes.
  8. Recorded during the summer of , This Was is the only Jethro Tull album to feature guitarist Mick Abrahams, who left the group shortly after the album came out to form Blodwyn Pig. The title of the album refers to the band moving away from its early blues-based sound, which was referenced in the original liner notes: “This was how we were.

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