Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Jethro Tull live in Tel Aviv 1986 - 2CD - June 30

JETHRO TULL
1986-06-30
Hayarkon Park
Tel Aviv, Israel


Complete Audience Recording


DISC 1

1. LOCOMOTIVE BREATH(Instrumental Intro:)HUNTING GIRL
2. LIVING IN THE PAST
3. SERENADE TO A CUCKOO
4. FLY BY NIGHT
5. PUSSYWILLOW
6. WOND'RING ALOUD
7. SKATING AWAY...
8. WATCHING ME, WATCHING YOU
9. SWEET DREAM
10. Keyboard Improvisation


DISC 2

1. Drum Solo
2. FAT MAN
3. THICK AS A BRICK/Level Pegging
4. BOUREE' incl.Wachet Auf
5. SONGS FROM THE WOOD
6. BLACK SUNDAY
7. AQUALUNG


Musicians;

IAN ANDERSON- Vocals/Flute/Acoustic Guitar
MARTIN BARRE- Guitars
PETER JOHN VETTESE- Keyboards
DAVE PEGG- Bass
DOANE PERRY- Drums/Percussion

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Jethro Tull live in Los Angeles 1980 - 2CD - November 12

Jethro Tull
Los Angeles Sports Arena
1980-11-12

"The Flute In The Rock"
1990 Lobster Records Italy
Cover and label says: 1980-06-20, London, Hammersmith Odeon but this is incorrect.

2 CD: Lobster CD-008/2
QUALITY: Excellent
TOTAL TIME: 46:50 min, 46:50 min.
REMARKS: Bootleg. Recorded at the Los Angeles Sports Arena, November 12th, 1980.
Some CDs titled The Flute Cake In Rock but tracks are the same.
("Batteries Not Included" may be a mis-labelling of a keyboard solo?????)



CD 1
1.Black Sunday 7:37
2.Crossfire 3:44
3.Songs From The Wood 3:27
4.Hunting Girl 4:41
5.The Pine Marten's Jig 3:04
6.Heavy Horses 7:01
7.Skating Away On The Thin Ice Of A New Day 3:22
8.Flute Solo 6:01
9.Bungle In The Jungle 2:17

CD 2
1.Instrumental 4:34
2.Keyboard Solo 7:30
3.Uniform 6:34
4.Working Joe, Working Joe 4:05
5.Protect And Survive 6:08
6.Locomotive Breath 6:37
7.Guitar Solo 2:57
8.Aqualung 7:31

Band:
Ian Anderson: Vocals, Flute, Guitar
Martin Barre: Guitar
Eddie Jobson: Keyboards, E-Violin
Dave Pegg: Bassguitar
Mark Craney: Drums, Percussion

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Jethro Tull live in Seattle 1979 - 1CD - April 10

JETHRO TULL
Seattle Coliseum, Washington
1979-04-10
"DARK HAITI" (original EDITION)

One Brown Mouse
Heavy Horses
My God
Dark Ages
Cross-Eyed Mary
Thick as a Brick
Quatrain
Aqualung
Locomotive Breath
Final chords

                         

Jethro Tull live in Fort Worth 1973 - 2CD - July 16

Jethro Tull
1973-07-16
Fort Worth, Texas
Tarrant County Convention Center
Blue Cafe "Texas Minstrel Show"

Audience recording
Artwork included

disc 1
a passion play (101 thru 116)
101 lifebeats
102 prelude
103 the silver cord
104 re-assuring tune
105 memory bank
106 best friends
107 critique oblique
108 forest dance #1
109 the story of the hare who lost his spectacles
110 forest dance #2
111 the foot of our stairs
112 overseer overture
113 flight from lucifer
114 10:08 to padddington
115 magus perde
116 epilogue
117 thick as a brick - the middle bit incl. flute solo

disc 2
201 cross-eyed mary
202 no rehearsal
203 instrumental - thick as a brick & drum solo
204 aqualung
205 wind-up
206 instumental - minstrel in the gallery
207 locomotive breath/hard-headed english general
208 wind-up reprise

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Ian Anderson at the Bob & Tom radio show 2003 - 1CD

IAN ANDERSON
2003-08-25
BOB & TOM Radio Show Studios WFBQ FM
Indianapolis, Indiana
U.S.A.


FM BROADCAST(WTUE 104.7 Dayton, Ohio)


1. Interview
2. BOUREE'/LIVING IN THE PAST
3. Interview
4. Interview
5. EUROLOGY
6. Interview


Disc Jockeys;

BOB KEVOIAN, TOM GRISWOLD & KRISTI LEE


Musician;

IAN ANDERSON- FLUTE & Backing Tapes



The "Bob & Tom Show" is a syndicated US radio program established by Bob Kevoian and Tom Griswold at radio station WFBQ in Indianapolis, Indiana, March 7, 1983, and syndicated nationally since January 6, 1995.
The show is hosted by Bob Kevoian and Tom Griswold who originally teamed up in the early 1980s at the Petoskey, MI station WJML.
In their current incarnation they are joined by Chick McGee who acts as sports commentator as well as comic foil, and by Kristi Lee who is the show's news anchor and occasional target of the show's humor.
Dave "Gunner" Gunn also joins the show when any of the regulars are out, and has done so from the beginning of the show's syndication in January 1995.
The show is a comedy-variety show. Each day, there are usually several guests on the show, including many comedians. During the show, live or pre-recorded comic songs and skits are often played, including many from a huge library of archived pieces.
There are frequent impromptu calls from numerous "characters" voiced by various members of the show's staff. The show airs from 6 A.M. to 10 A.M. EST and is aired from either 6 A.M. to 10 A.M. or 5 A.M. to 9 A.M. locally on affiliated stations.
There is a segment that airs between 10:00 and 10:15 EST, only on home station WFBQ. Bob and Tom would do a traveling show of their own, however those ended around 2003. They now organize and support the Bob & Tom Comedy All Stars Tour, which includes many of their frequent guests.
Since January 31, 2011, The Bob & Tom Show has aired on the American Forces Radio Network as the morning show on AFN's Legacy Channel-The World's Classic Rock Station. The Bob & Tom Show repurposes their live morning show as an overnight show called Bob & Tom All Nighter.
All Nighter airs 12 A.M. to 5 A.M. on a few terrestrial affiliated stations as well as SirusXM Channel 165.~ wikipedi


ALL officially released material as well as the commercials broadcast by the local radio station have been removed.