JETHRO TULL-"BACH ROCK"-International Congress Centrum, BERLIN ICC, 16/3/1985 Upgraded Version
Taken from a German TV Rebroadcast of the Jethro Tull set
at The BACH TRICENTENARY concert in Berlin, 16.03.85
Video_TS Copied directly from a trade DVD-R
The picture is OK from VHS… but sound is excellent
REMASTERED 2006 Version - Fully indexed - approx 72 min.
1985 saw just one Jethro Tull concert, but this one was indeed a very special one. Tull were invited to play of the festivities for J. S. Bach´s 300th birthday in Berlin. The band hadn´t played for around one year, and reunited with Eddie Jobson especially for this concert. Tull played more classical sounding tunes, like "Elegy" or "Serenade to a cuckoo", as well as, of course, their version of "Bouree". The very special high point was the rendition of Ba ch´s "Double Violin Concerto" that featured brilliant electric violin and keyboards played by Eddie Jobson, and (very funny) the "Happy Birthday" song. The concert was broadcasted on television and radio. BLUE EYES.
Jethro Tull Line Up:
01. Black Sunday
02. Hunting Girl
04. Living In The Past
05. Serenade To A Cuckoo
06. Too Old To Rock 'N Roll
07. Wondr'ing Aloud
09. Bach's Double Violin Concerto/Happy Birthday
11. Locomotive Breath
12. Thick As A Brick reprise.
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