Here again is the edited version of the cover, left and right being as you see it. Our next complete group is the much celebrated Jethro Tull, who are “making silly faces” on the back row. Clive Bunker, the drummer, is one of the three people there cut off at the left edge of the photo. Second from the right on the back row, smiling broadly, head tilted, with full beard and moustache is the main man Ian Anderson. Sixth from the right on the back row, behind the chap who is peering over the left of Steve Winwood’s wooly hat, is a dark haired man with glasses. This is Glenn Cornick, the bass player. Fourth from the right on the back row, and making the silliest face visible on the LP cover, is the band’s new guitarist Martin Barre. He does not play on the Jethro Tull track sampled, which was taken from the first LP, when the group’s original guitarist Mick Abrahams was still there.
It should perhaps be noted that neither guitarist appears to have been in the group when it performed in the curious and unbroadcast TV show “The Rolling Stones Rock’n’Roll Circus”, where the guitarist was Tony Iommi, who was soon to be a founder member of Black Sabbath.
Martin Barre remains in Jethro Tull to this day.