Jethro Tull’s iconic masterpiece, “Aqualung”, is identifiable by the opening guitar riff. But where did it come from? Front man Ian Anderson shares how he composed the riff on acoustic guitar to follow the vocal line. The idea was to compose themes that were one note lines so that they would translate easily to electric guitar.
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The Iconic Riff From “Aqualung”.
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