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12 October 1968
Jethro Tull recorded for BBC TV's 'Colour Me Pop' at the Fairfield Hall, Croydon, recently when they appeared in concert with Julie Driscoll and Alan Price. The show is likely to be screened on Saturday, November 2.
The group will also be appearing on 'Time For Blackburn's' new nationally networked TV show at 7 o'clock on Thursday, October 24.
The group are currently in Denmark promoting their new album This Was. The album will be released in America in November, and the group will be touring the States for two months commencing January 1.
Jethro Tull appears at the Albert Hall on October 15 on a special charity show for Czechs stranded in this country.
Tony Blackburn was a BBC Radio 1 disc jockey at the time. Glenn Cornick doesn't remember playing on 'Time For Blackburn', though.
"Czechs stranded in this country" — following the Russian invasion of Czechoslovakia, 21 August 1968.
Thanks to Mike Wain for this article, and Gerrit de Geus for confirmation of source and date.