Saturday, July 23, 2011

Jethro Tull live in Rosemont 2011 - 2CD - June 27

Jethro Tull live at the Rosemont Theater June 27th 2011 in Rosemont Illinois USA

I got into this show with a buddy that called 24 hours before to invite me. Sure I said! It was a main floor ticket. My buddy was content to stay right there. NO WAY!! Time to scout out the main floor for  "no shows" and make the move. I did just that. I sat all night 13th row dead center for a.....well... as good as it gets in this place recording. No issues all night with the crowd. Have not heard the recording except the tracking I did in Sony Sound forge Pro 10. I am sure there are a few tracks with two songs. I did enjoy the show even for a non Tull fan. Very smooth sound.

Living In The Past
Thick As A Brick
Songs From The Wood
Up To Me
Farm On The Freeway
Cheap Day Return
Mother Goose
Hymn 43
Cross-eyed Mary
My God
Locomotive Breath / Teacher (inst.)

Band Members:
Ian Anderson - Flute, guitar, vocals
Martin Barre - Guitars, mandolin
Doane Perry - Drums
David Goodier - Bass
John O'Hara - Keyboards, accordion

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Jethro Tull live in Minneapolis 2011 - 2CD - June 25

Jethro Tull
Orpheum Theatre
Minneapolis, MN
June 25, 2011

Audience recording

Disc 1
01 - Living In The Past (4:31)
02 - Beggars Farm (5:25)
03 - Banter (1:48)
04 - Thick As A Brick (9:38)
05 - Banter (1:27)
06 - Up To Me (3:48)
07 - Banter (:59)
08 - Cheap Day Return - Mother Goose (7:11)
09 - Banter (:39)
10 - Wondering Aloud (1:55)
11 - Farm On The Freeway (7:23)
12 - Banter (1:19)
13 - Bouree (5:45)

Disc 2
14 - Songs From The Wood (5:04)
15 - Hymn 43 (4:49)
16 - Cross-Eyed Mary (3:44)
17 - My God (9:50)
18 - Budapest (12:10)
19 - Aqualung (9:33)
20 - Locomotive Breath (9:23)

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Jethro Tull live in Phoenix 2011 - 2CD - June 10

Jethro Tull
Comerica Theater
Phoenix, Arizona   USA

Audience recording

Comments: Here is our recording of this very good show by Jethro Tull. We were in section
3, about halfway between the stage and soundboard directly in front of the stage left
speaker stack. The crowd was excited for this show and a better behaved to my left, not
quite as well to my right. The recording came out really well. This band puts on a good
show (IMHO) and they performed well according to the gentlemen sitting to my left who
has been to 12 Tull shows since 69'.

Set One
01-Intro 1:38
02-Thick as a Brick 9:27
03-Ian Speaks 1:04
04-Songs from the Woods 4:39
05-Farm on the Freeway 6:59
06-Cheap Day Return 2:13
07-Mother Goose 5:44
08-Ian Speaks 0:17
09-Wondr'ing Aloud 2:27
10-Up To Me 3:41
11-Ian Speaks 0:49
12-Bouree 5:22
13-Cross-Eyed Mary 3:50

Set Two
14-Aqualung 8:25
15-Ian Speaks 0:33
16-Slipstream 0:57
17-My God 9:57
18-Ian Speaks 0:23
19-Hymn 43 4:32
20-Budapest 11:40
21-Ian Introduces the Band/Stage Break 1:48
22-Wind-Up 6:36
23-Locomotive Breath 9:24

Band Members:
Ian Anderson-Vocals/Flute/Acoustic Guitars
Martin Barre-Electric & Acoustic Guitars
David Goodier-Bass Guitars
John O'Hara-Piano/Keyboards/Accordion
Doane Perry-Drums & Percussion

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Jethro Tull live in Tampa 1976 - 1DVD - July 31

Jethro Tull
Tampa Stadium, Tampa
July 31, 1976
artwork included

It was the summer of 1976, when TullAvision hit some US Stadiums. Jethro Tull in their classic seventies line-up played in front of more than 50.000 people and the stage set-up included giant video screens to be able to have a close look at the stage even from the back rows. The video of at least one of these shows has been videotaped and then... almost forgotten!
For 29 long years, this recording has been stored in a dark basement until some quite crazy fans took all their energy to make more than a dream come true and "liberate" the footage.

Quartet Intro
Thick As A Brick
Wond'ring Aloud
Crazed Institution
Instrumental / Drum solo
To Cry You A Song
A New Day Yesterday
Flute solo (incl. Bourée & God Rest Ye)
Living In The Past & Brick instrumental
A New Day Yesterday reprise
Too Old For Rock N Roll, Too Young To Die
Minstrel In The Gallery
Beethoven's 9th (excerpt)

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Saturday, July 16, 2011

Jethro Tull live at the Howard Stern Show 1992

Jethro Tull
1992 10 05
The Howard Stern Show

Ian Anderson: vocals, harmonica, flute
Martin Barre: guitar
Dave Pegg: bass

Interviews and live performances
(Howard restrains himself from
joining in on the songs)

Some Day The Sun Won't Shine
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
Living In The Past

includes commercials
some silence during tape flip

Note: this is one track, not seperate tracks. Just one mp3 file.

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Jethro Tull live in San Diego 1988 - 2CD - June 5

Jethro Tull
SDSU Open Air Theatre
San Diego, Ca.

Master Audience Recording by Brian Emery
Artwork included

Disc 1
Cross-Eyed Mary
Nothing Is Easy
Thick As A Brick
Steel Monkey
Farm On The Freeway
A New Day Yesterday
Fat Man
The Swirling Pit
Cheap Day Return
Mother Goose

Disc 2
Part Of The Machine
My God (inc. Bouree')
Pussy Willow (inst.)
Pibroch (inst.)
Jump Start
Too Old To Rock & Roll, Too Young To Die
Locomotive Breath

Ian Anderson - Vocals, Guitar, Flute
Martin Barre - Lead Guitar
Dave Pegg - Bass Guitar
Martin Allcock - Keyboards
Doane Perry - Drums

This recording has been circulating since ' however this version is a new master cassette
transfer from my original analog master tape (Jun. 2011).

Great show from the second leg of the Crest of the Knave U.S. tour. This was Tull's first show
in San Diego in 8 years. I saw them in '80 on the "A" tour and they didn't come back again till
'88 which sucked because i would have loved to have seen the Broadsword tour. Recorded from the
pit so there is a little crowd noise at the beginning but overall a nice recording.

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Jethro Tull live in Seattle 1975 - 2CD - July 25

Artist: Jethro Tull
Date: 1975-07-25
Location: Seattle, WA
Venue: Seattle Center Coliseum
Source: Audience
Artwork: Included

Band Members:
Ian Anderson - vocals, flute
Martin Barre - guitar
Jeffrey Hammond - bass
John Evan - keyboards
Barriemore Barlow - drums

Disc 1
01 Introduction  0:52
02 Wind-Up-Passion Play  7:56
03 Thick As A Brick  15:05
04 Wond'ring Aloud  4:18
05 My God (with flute solo)  12:29
06 Sealion  2:52
07 Skating Away (with band introductions)  8:09
Total Time 51:41

01 Ladies (with drum solo)  10:52
02 War Child  4:14
03 War Child Suite  5:19
04 Cross-Eyed Mary  5:13
05 Bungle In The Jungle  2:11
06 The Hare Who Lost His Spectacles  1:14
07 Aqualung  8:22
08 Guitar Solo  3:35
09 Back-Door Angels  5:48
10 Minstrel In The Gallery  1:40
11 Locomotive Breath  5:32
12 Hard-Headed English General  4:25
13 Back-Door Angels Reprise  1:54
Total Time 60:19

flute solo includes God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, Bourée & Living In The Past

JEMS master recording. This is an excellent sounding recording. This show captures Jethro Tull touring in support of their War Child album. This recording has circulated for years but this is the first time the master reels have ever been properly digitized (April 2010). This is an excellent show and performance with an early taste of an excerpt of Minstrel In The Gallery which would not be released until later in 75. Ian's in between song banter at this show is as entertaining if not more entertaining than music. Also of note this show took place on the 25th of July not the 27th as some other sources have speculated in the past.

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Jethro Tull live in Stockholm 1969 - 1CD - soundboard (late show)

Stockholm, Sweden
January 9, 1969 LATE SHOW

SOURCE : EX mono low generation soundboard tape.

PLEASE NOTE : the songs "To Be Sad Is a Mad Way to Be" and "Back to the Family" officially released on the 25th Anniversary set are from the EARLY SHOW.

01.Intro + tuning-up
02.My Sunday Feeling
03.Martin's Tune
04.To Be Sad Is a Mad Way to Be
05.Back to the Family
06.Dharma For One
07.Nothing Is Easy
08.Song For Jeffrey

TOTAL TIME 1:05:04

Ian Anderson - vocals, flute
Martin Barre - electric guitar
Glenn Cornick - basx
Clive Bunker - drums