JETHRO TULL LYRICS 1968/2013

lunes, 26 de noviembre de 2012

JETHRO TULL-ABBATOIRS DE LA VILLETTE, PARIS, FRANCE, MAY 3TH, 1976.


JETHRO TULL-ABBATOIRS DE LA VILLETTE, PARIS, FRANCE, MAY 3TH, 1976.
RE-UPLOAD BY REQUESTLineage:
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Disc 1:
01: Quartet
02: Thick As A Brick
03: Requiem
04: Quizz Kid
05: Rainbow Blues
06: To Cry You A Song
07: A New Day Yesterday
08: Flute Solo-God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen-Bouree
09: Beethoven's Ninth Symphony
10: Living In The Past
11: A New Day Yesterday (reprise)
12: Crazed Institution
13: Big Dipper
14: Taxi Grab

Disc 2:
01: Instrumental
02: Minstrel In The Gallery
03: Too Old To Rock 'N' Roll: Too Young To Die
04: Cross-Eyed Mary
05: Aqualung
06: Guitar Solo
07: Wind Up
08: Back Door Angels
09: Locomotive Breath-Too Old (reprise)

Notes by the uploader:
I traded for this show several years ago. It sounds quite good for it's time and I suppose I'd give it an A- because the vocals and instrumentation are clear and fairly free of audience interference. Sound, as always, is subjective.

Technical info:
On my copy (and I imagine on all) Taxi Grab was cut and divided over two tracks. A small portion of the song is missing. From this split until 28 seconds into the cheers for more before the Guitar Solo just prior to Wind Up, the recording was very slow which put it out of sync with the rest of the recording. I increased the speed by 8% in this area to match the rest of the show in Audacity and spliced Taxi Grab so it is one track minus the several seconds of dead space it previously contained.
Other than the changes I mentioned, I left the files as they were previously tracked on my CD copy I received. Please do not change my files and re-up unless you can make a marked difference. Enjoy the show.
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ZIPPISHARE PART 1

ZIPPISHARE PART 2

ZIPPISHARE PART 3

ZIPPISHARE PART 4

martes, 20 de noviembre de 2012

MARTIN BARRE´S NEW DAY PERFORMING THE MUSIC OF JETHRO TULL

MARTIN BARRE´S NEW DAY PERFORMING THE MUSIC OF JETHRO TULL 
November 18th - The Komedia, Bath
www.komediabath.ticketsolve.com or tel: 0845 293 8480

November 20th - The Duchess, York
www.theduchessyork.co.uk or tel: 08444 77 1000

November 21st - Waterside Arts Centre, Sale
www.watersideartscentre.co.uk or tel: 0161 912 5616

November 22nd - Mr Kyps, Poole
www.mrkyps.net or tel: 01202 748 945

November 23rd - The Guildhall, Gloucester
www.gloucester.gov.uk or tel: 01452 503 050

November 24th - Arlington Arts Centre, Newbury
www.arlingtonarts.co.uk or tel: 01635 244 246

November 26th - Robin 2, Bilston
www.therobin.co.uk or tel: 01902 401 211

November 27th - The Apex Arts Centre, Bury St Edmunds
www.theapex.co.uk or tel: 01284 758 000

November 28th - The Stables, Milton Keynes
www.stables.org or tel: 01908 280 800


These shows will be MARTIN BARRE'S NEW DAY featuring the music of Jethro Tull.

The band will be:
Martin Barre - Guitar
Pat O'May - Guitar / Vocals
Dan Crisp - Vocals / Guitar
John Noyce - Bass
Frank Mead - Flute / Sax. / Harmonica / Vocals
George Lindsay - Drums

2013 U.K. tour / German tour in the late spring.

http://www.martinbarre.com/

lunes, 19 de noviembre de 2012

"ROCK POP KULTNACHT"-DVD FULL

ZDF´s "ROCK POP KULTNACHT"
ISO FILE
4´35 GB
MENU: YES
CHAPTERS: YES
DVD COVER: YES

Live-Videoclips various Bands

90 min, DVD, PAL, 4 : 3, stereo, Quality: Excellent
Source: VHS (from TV 1. Generation)


Tracklist:
 

01. Mighty Quinn  MANFRED MAN´S EARTH BAND
02. Wheel in the Sky JOURNEY
03. A Spaceman came travelling CHRIS DE BURGH
04. Changes SANTANA
05. Mit Pfefferminz bin ich dein Prinz

     MARIUS MÜLLER-WESTERNHAGEN
06. Bad Case of loving you ROBERT PALMER
07. Babe STYX
08. Don't look back PETER TOSH
09. Heartbreaker PAT BENATAR
10. She's so european KISS
11. Roxanne THE POLICE
12. Return to Paradise ELTON JOHN
13. Matador GARLAND JEFFREYS
14. Crossfire JETHRO TULL
15. Highway to Hell AC/ DC
16. Hymn BARCLEY JAMES HARVEST
17. Babooshka KATE BUSH
18. I want you to want me CHEAP TRICK
19. Feels like the first Time FOREIGNER
20. When you're in Love with a beautiful Woman DR. HOOK
21. Liebe wird verboten PETER MAFFAY
22. You really got me VAN HALEN
23. Humble Stance SAGA
24. Food for Thought UB 40
25. Cat scratch Fever TED NUGENT
26. Don't break my Heart again WHITESNAKE

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sábado, 17 de noviembre de 2012

"A PASSION PLAY, THE STORY OF IAN ANDERSON AND JETHRO TULL". NEW BOOK


"A PASSION PLAY, THE STORY OF IAN ANDERSON AND JETHRO TULL" BY BRIAN RABEY, NEW BOOK.
It will be published 20 March, 2013.

In the summer of 1972 Jethro Tull hit the dizzy heights of number one in the Billboard album charts, and thus could lay claim to being the world's biggest band at the time, with Thick As A Brick. They repeated the feat the next year with A Passion Play and have sold over 60 million albums to date. Considering just how big this group is (they are still going to this day, of course) there is surprisingly little written about them - only a couple of books, which is scandalous when you consider how many books have been written about contemporaries such as Yes or Led Zeppelin. This book is a gem containing interviews with band members such as Jeffrey Hammond-Hammond, John Evans, Martin Barre and - of course Ian Anderson. In fact, this book may well contain the longest interview Anderson has ever given. Biographer Brian Rabey and Anderson really hit it off, possibly because Brian helped the latter recover his beloved harmonica which was stolen backstage - something Anderson never forgot. Biographer Brian Rabey was given access all areas and used this wisely. Via new interviews he traces the history of a band which started life as the Blades, briefly included Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi (his plastic finger tips grafted on after an accident didn't lend themselves to playing Tull's subtle music!), and went on to become Prog Rock royalty (or Elizabethan Rock as they were sometimes dubbed!), but constantly re-invented itself with new personnel and styles. Due to Brian's contact book there are also quotes from contemporaries such as Greg Lake and John Wetton, which really helps to put things in context. Another really appealing aspect of the book is that it looks at the landscape of the times - for example, the flat Tull lived in during the 1960s would be regarded as unfit for human habitation today. A final nice touch is that several band members have sent photographs from their personal collections making this a unique book. AMAZON
 
 

viernes, 26 de octubre de 2012

JETHRO TULL-"LIVE AT THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY FAIR 2000"


JETHRO TULL-"LIVE AT THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY FAIR 2000"
Live at the Los Angeles County Fair onSeptember 17th 2000
Soundboard Quality!
THE SNIPPIN´ ENGINEER RECORDS
A Traedmark of TOOLS FOR FOOLS LTD. South-Bahamas
WAC FILES
809 Mb
RIPPED DIRECTLY FROM THE ORIGINAL BOOTLEG CD

1.For a thousands mothers
2.Nothing is easy
3.Thick as a brick
4.Medley:
  songs from the wood
  too old to rock n´ roll
  heavy horses
5.With you there to help me
6.Pibroch
7.Hunting girl
8.In the grip of stronger stuff
9.My God
10.Living in the past
11.Locomotive breath
12.Aqualung
    Total Time 80:00
PART 1

PART 2

jueves, 25 de octubre de 2012

JETHRO TULL-"STAND UP-ON TOUR THROUGH THE YEARS"


JETHRO TULL-"STAND UP-ON TOUR THROUGH THE YEARS"
WAC FILES
792 MB
CAPTAIN SOUND RECORDS 2007. MADE IN JAPAN. CSR 021.
RE-UPLOAD BY REQUEST. RIPPED DIRECTLY FROM THE ORIGINAL BOOTLEG CD
A NEW DAY YESTERDAY
JEFFREY GOES TO LEICESTER SQUARE
BOUREE
BACK TO THE FAMILY
LOOK INTO THE SUN
NOTHING IS EASY
FAT MAN
WE USED TO KNOW/FOR A THOUSAND MOTHERS
REASONS FOR WAITING
FOR A THOUSAND MOTHERS
BONUS TRACKSLIVING IN THE PAST
LIVING IN THE PAST (2)
SWEET DREAM
STORMY MONDAY BLUES


PART 1

PART 2

viernes, 19 de octubre de 2012

JETHRO TULL-"NEVER TOO OLD TO ROCK N´ ROLL" - DVD FULL


JETHRO TULL-"NEVER TOO OLD TO ROCK N´ ROLL"
DVD FULL PRO SHOT
4.09 GB
IMAGE: ISO FILE
PICTURE FORMAT NTSC
DOLBY DIGITAL
Duration: Approx. 118 Mins.
MENU: YES
CHAPTERS: YES
CONTAINS:
TAMPA STADIUM, TAMPA, FL, 31 JULY 1976
1.Quarter Intro
2.Thick as a brick
3.Wond ring aloud
4.Crazed institution
5.Instrumental/Drum solo
6.To cry you a song
7.A new day yesterday
8.Flute solo
9.Living in the past/Brick/A new day yesterday (reprise)
10.Too old to rock n´ roll, too young to die
11.Minstrel in the gallery
12.Beethoven´s ninth symphony (excerpt)

"OHNE FILTER EXTRA" STUDIO 5 BADEN-BADEN, GERMANY, 15 JUNE 1999
1.Steel monkey
2.Spiral
3.A new day yesterday
4.Fat man
5.Boureé
6.Flying dutchman intro/My God
7.Passion jig
8.Budapest
9.Locomotive breath
10.Living in the past
11.Balloons
12.Cheerio

PART 1

PART 2

PART 3

PART 4


martes, 16 de octubre de 2012

JETHRO TULL-"SAN JOSE 94"


JETHRO TULL-"SAN JOSE 94".
LIVE AT THE SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY EVENT CENTER ARENA. March 19th, 1994.
REUPLOAD.

DISC ONE
INTRO-MY SUNDAY FEELING
WITH YOU THERE TO HELP ME
IN THE GRIP OF STRONGER STUFF
THE WHISTLER
FARM ON THE FREEWAY
THICK AS A BRICK
SOSSITY-YOU´RE A WOMAN
REASONS FOR WAITING
SONGS FROM THE WOOD/TOO OLD TO RNR/HEAVY HORSES

DISC TWO
LATER THAT SAME EVENING
BUDAPEST
UNNAMED FLUTE MEANDERING
PASSION JIG-SEAL DRIVER
A NEW DAY YESTERDAY-KELPIE
AQUALUNG
LOCOMOTIVE BREATH
CROSS-EYED MARY
DHARMA FOR ONE

Another of the endless "Best of Tull" tours with no new material to promote. It had beenalmost a year since the 25 anniversary collection was released and any new material wouldhave to wait until next year, though a little hint of Divinities was played "In The Grip Jig."This tour was the last straw for Dave Pegg who's final show with Tull was only a coupleof months away.
Having said all that, this is a wonderful show. Very well recorded, it captures a dynamicperformance by a band that knows how to deliver. Some interesting selections performed asinstrumentals bridge the old favorites which really flow well. If "A New Day Yesterday"doesn't get your rocks off, nothing will. Needless to say, I really recommend this one!My only gripe - it's too damn short!!!

OTRA DE LAS INTERMINABLES "lo mejor de" GIRAS SIN NINGUN NUEVO MATERIAL QUE PROMOCIONAR. HABIA PASADO CASI UN AÑO DESDE QUE SE PUBLICARA EL RECOPILATORIO DEL 25 ANIVERSARIO Y CUALQUIER MATERIAL NUEVO PODIA HABER ESPERADO HASTA EL SIGUIENTE AÑO. SIN EMBARGO, SE INTERPRETARON ALGUNAS PARTES DEL ALBUM DIVINITIES (IN THE GRIP JIG). ESTA GIRA FUE LA ULTIMA PARA DAVE PEGG CUYO CONCIERTO DE DESPEDIDA ESTABA MY CERCA , SUCEDIÓ ALGUNOS MESES DESPUES.
HABIENDO DICHO ESTO, ESTAMOS ANTE UN CONCIERTO SENSACIONAL. MUY BIEN GRABADO, CAPTURA EL DINAMISMO DE UNA BANDA QUE SABE MUY BIEN COMO CONSEGUIRLA. UNA MUY BUENA SELECCION DE TEMAS ELEGIDOS , COMO LOS INSTRUMENTALES QUE DAN PASO A LOS VIEJOS CLASICOS, Y QUE FUNCIONAN REALMENTE BIEN. SI "A NEW DAY YESTERDAY" NO TE HACE ROKEAR, NADA TE LO HARÁ. NO HACE FALTA DECIR QUE REALMENTE OS RECOMIENDO ESTE DISCO.
MI UNICA PEGA- QUE ES JODIDAMENTE CORTO¡


DISC 1

DISC 2

martes, 9 de octubre de 2012

JETHRO TULL "CITY HALL SHEFFIELD 2004"


JETHRO TULL-"CITY HALL SHEFFIELD 02.17.2004"
Audience FLAC)Thanx to EDGE AbsoluteMartin
Willy Porter
and Friends

Jethro Tull
Set I01 - Empty Cafe
02 - As Told By
03 - Spanish Tears
04 - Winter Snowscape
05 - Big Yellow Pine
06 - Unconditional
07 - The Potion
08 - DIY

Set II01 - Jethro Tull
02 - Living In The Past
03 - Nothing Is Easy
04 - Beggars Farm
05 - Eurology
06 - A Christmas Song
07 - Farm On The Freeway
08 - Pavane
09 - Weathercock
10 - A Week Of Moments
11 - Mother Goose
12 - Misere
13 - Songs from The Wood/Too Old to Rock and Roll/ Heavy Horses
14 - God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
15 - Flying Dutchman/My God
16 - Holly Herald
17 - Aqualung
18 - Wind Up
19 - Locomotive Breath
20 - Protect and Survive

Notes by original uploader

Great show and excellent quality sorry no linage got it in a trade artwork included enjoy!
LINK PART 1

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viernes, 5 de octubre de 2012

JETHRO TULL "SAARBRÜCKEN ´77¨

JETHRO TULL "SAARBRÜCKEN¨77"
Recorded live in Saarbrücken, Saarclandhalle 30-05-1977
Very Good Audience Sound.
RE-UPLOAD
WAC FILES
DISC ONE
1.WOND´RING ALOUD
2.SKATING AWAY
3.JACK IN THE GREEN
4.THICK AS A BRICK
5.SONGS FROM THE WOOD
6.INSTRUMENTAL/DRUM SOLO
7.TO CRY YOU A SONG
8.A NEW DAY YESTERDAY
9.LIVING IN THE PAST
DISC TWO
10.VELVT GREEN
11.HUNTING GIRL
12.TOO OLD TO RNR
13.BEETHOVEN´S NINTH SYMPHONY
14.MINSTREL IN THE GALLERY
15.CROSS-EYED MARY
16.AQUALUNG
17.GUITAR SOLO
18.WIND UP/BACK DOOR ANGELS
19.LOCOMOTIVE BREATH/LANF OF HOPE AND GLORY/BACK DOOR ANGELS reprise
 
 
 

miércoles, 3 de octubre de 2012


Jethro Tull "Live in Paris-25 anniversary tour".Live in Paris, Elysee Montmartre,  May 28th 1993
RE-UPLOAD BY REQUEST.
Very Good Audience Sound except Bonus Tracks which are excellent studio sound
WAV FILES.
CD 1 :
1. My Sunday Feeling.
2. For a thousand mothers.
3. Living in the past.
4. Bourée.
5. So much trouble.
6. With you there to help me.
7. Bug.
8. Black Sunday.
9. Sossity, you’re a woman.
10. Reasons for waiting.
11. Medley : Songs from the wood /(12) Too old to Rock'n roll /(13) Heavy Horses / Wood reprise.
14. Later that same evening (instrumental)
15. The waking edge.
16. Andy's Parrot.

17. Thick as a brick
18. Farm on the freeway
 
CD 2:
1. Budapest.
2 A New Day Yesterday (including Kelpie intrumental bridge).
3. This is not love.
4. Dharma for one.
5. Aqualung.
6. Locomotive breath.
7.Final Medley

  7. Passion Jig
  8. Song for Jeffrey 
  9. Cross-Eyed Mary 
 10. Seal Driver.
 11.Locomotive Breath / Passion Jig reprise
bonus tracks:
Jethro Tull Acoustic sessions
- The complete Zurich Dressing Room tapes (1989)

12.Intro/A christmas song
13.Cheap day return/Mother Goose
14.Outro/Locomotive breath
- WMMR FM radio (1991)

15.Rocks on the road
16.Bouree
- WNEW FM, electric Ladyland studio (1991)

17.Mother Goose/Jack-A-Lynn
18.Aqualung/Locomotibe Breath/Black sunday
OUT-TAKE
19.Night in the wilderness
NOTE BY ORIGINAL UPLOADER:
Here is a recording of Jethro Tull I made in 1993 in Paris with a DAT recorder. It was the 25th anniversary tour of the band, and I don't think there are many recordings available from this tour.

Sound quality is very good. Sometimes, we don't hear Ian's voice very well, but it was the sound we got in the hall. After a few numbers, the sound gets better (almost excellent IMO). The only downside is that my neighbours were chating a bit (mostly between songs !), but nothing really annoying.
It comes with a lot of bonus tracks, which I think are very rare.

DOWNLOAD FREE DISC ONE

DOWNLOAD FREE DISC TWO

lunes, 1 de octubre de 2012

JETHRO TULL-"NASSAU COLISSEUM"-Live at the Nassau Colisseum, New York, 1987.


JETHRO TULL-"NASSAU COLISSEUM". Live at the Nassau Colisseum, New York, November 13th 1987.
SOUNDBOARD
MP3 256
AQUALUNG MY GOD RECOMMEND THIS EXCELLENT BOOTLEG,
REUPLOAD BY REQUEST.
Disc 1
Intro
Songs from the wood
Skating away
Thick as a brick
Steel monkey
Farm on the freeway
Heavy horses
Living in the past
Serenade to a cuckoo
Budapest (featuring Rick Sanders)

Disc 2
Hunting girl
Peggy´s tune
Keyboard/Drum solo
Dun Ringill
Jumpstart
Band introductions
Too old to rock and roll
Aqualung
Locomotive Breath
Thick as a brick (reprise)
Wind up
NO BONUS TRACKS.

DISC ONE DOWNLOAD

DISC TWO DOWNLOAD



sábado, 29 de septiembre de 2012

THE A NEW DAY TAPES-VOLUME ONE

THE A NEW DAY TAPES-VOLUME ONE by DAVE REES & MARTIN WEBBA collection of interviews with Jethro Tull members past & present, culled from the pages of A New Day, the Jethro Tull magazine.
AT LAST! Books have just arrived from the printers and are being despatched now.
INCLUDES EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWS WITH:
IAN ANDERSON, MARTIN BARRE, MICK ABRAHAMS, CLIVE BUNKER, GLENN CORNICK, BARRIEMORE BARLOW, JEFFREY HAMMONF HAMMOND, JOHN EVANS, DAVE PEGG, MAARTIN ALLCOCK, DOANE PERRY, ANDREW GIDDINGS, DAVID PALMER, MARK CRANEY, DON AIREY, MATT PEGG, TONY IOMMI, TONY WILLIAMS, DAVE REES, THE JOHN EVAN BAND.


    David Rees, Martin Webb and the group of foolish but merry diehards at "A New Day Magazine" have come up trumps with a collection of over 25 years-worth of scandalous, scurrilous, rambling and occasionally coherent interviews  from Ian Anderson, various band members and associates.
    Hours of effort, gallons of british beer and hundreds of litres of varios European brews have disappeared into the cavernous maw of intellectual and disciplined journalistic enquiry. Midnight lamps have burned into the wee sma´hours. Biros and qwerty keys have been worn to the nub. Heads scratched and options tossed like an overstuffed omelette to bring you the best and worst of blah and blether.
    And don´t believe a word that Barriemore Barlow says. He´s a softie, really.
    IAN ANDERSON
    July 2012

    Buy your copy at http://www.jethrotullnewdaybook.co.uk/default.html

THE A NEW DAY TAPES-VOLUMEN UNO por DAVE REES Y MARTIN WEBB
Una coleccion de entrevistas con miembros de Jethro Tull, pasado y presente, extraídas de las páginas de A New Day, el magacín sobre Jethro Tull.
POR FIN!. El libro ya está disponible para todo aquel que pueda interesarle.
INCLUYE ENTREVISTAS EXCLUSIVAS CON:
IAN ANDERSON, MARTIN BARRE, MICK ABRAHAMS, CLIVE BUNKER, GLENN CORNICK, BARRIEMORE BARLOW, JEFFREY HAMMONF HAMMOND, JOHN EVANS, DAVE PEGG, MAARTIN ALLCOCK, DOANE PERRY, ANDREW GIDDINGS, DAVID PALMER, MARK CRANEY, DON AIREY, MATT PEGG, TONY IOMMI, TONY WILLIAMS, DAVE REES, THE JOHN EVAN BAND.


 David Rees, Martin Webb y el grupo de colgados pero alegres reaccionarios en "A New Day magazine" han llegado a triunfar con una coleccion de alrededor de 25 años llenos de escandalosas, injuriosas,  incoherentes y ocasionalmente normales entrevistas con Ian Anderson, varios miembros de la banda y asociados.
  Horas de esfuerzo, galones de cerveza britanica y cientos de litros de varias cervezeras europeas han desaparecido en las fauces cavernosas de investigación periodística intelectual y disciplinada.Lámparas de medianoche se han quemado hasta altas horas de la madrugada.Bolígrafos y teclados QWERTY se han desgastado hasta el nudo.Cabezas rayadas y opciones lanzadas como una tortilla a rebosar para ofrecerle lo mejor y lo peor del chascarrillo y la trola.
  Y no creas una palabra de lo que Barriemore Barlow dice. Él es un blando, de verdad.

  
  IAN ANDERSON
  July 2012


  Puedes comprar el libro en http://www.jethrotullnewdaybook.co.uk/default.html
   

jueves, 27 de septiembre de 2012

SONGS FROM THE WOODEN GRAMMOPHONE


 
"SONGS FROM THE WOODEN GRAMMOPHONE"
Golders Green Hippodrome
London
02/10/1977

BY REQUEST OF SOMEONE
Mp3 CBR 320kbps - Soundboard

01. Skating Away
02. Jack In The Green
03. Thick As A Brick
04. Songs From The Wood
05. Velvet Green
06. Hunting Girl
07. Aqualung
08. Wind Up
09. Locomotive Breath / Pomp and Circunstance
10.Sweet Dream
11 Dark Ages
12 Dark Ages (Studio Outtake)
13 Wardrobe Whopper
LINK





sábado, 15 de septiembre de 2012

THE PENNY PEEPS MEET THE NOBLEMEN-NOW AVAILABLE!|

"THE PENNY PEEPS MEET THE NOBLEMEN"-NOW AVAILABLE!
Hear Martin Barre before he joined Jethro Tull!
Three rare Martin Barre tracks with the The Penny Peeps in 1968 are now available from iTunes, Rhapsody, Amazon and many other sites.
MEET ME AT THE FAIR*HELEN DOESN´T CARE*INTO MY LIFE SHE CAME (Martin Barre on flute and guitar). The special release also features three unissued late 1965 tracks by Brian Stevens and Mike Ketley´s previus group The Noblemen.
All tracks have beeen carefully restored from the original reference acetates.
 
Little is known about the Penny Peeps, aside from the fact that they recorded two hopelessly obscure, yet highly collectable singles, which today fetch ridiculous sums of money. Collectors may be surprised to learn, however, that the Penny Peeps’ guitarist was none other than future Jethro Tull axe man Martin Barre (b. 17 November 1946, Birmingham), who had joined the band in 1966 when it was known as the Noblemen. (Nick Warburton).
You can read the complete story of The Penny Peeps and The Noblemen at Nickwarburton.com

 

THICK AS A BRICK (40TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION)

 EMI Announce The 40th Anniversary Edition Of 1972’s ‘Thick As A Brick’.
EMI announce the 40th anniversary edition of the hugely successful, groundbreaking 1972 album.
The 40th Anniversary Edition features a new 5.1 stereo mix, mixed by Steven Wilson, plus a DVD containing DTS & Dolby Digital 5.1 surround mix, high quality stereos 96/24 (new mix and 1972 flat transfer), the original newspaper over 40 pages, an article by Classic Rock’s Dom Lawson, rare photos from photographers Didi Zill and Robert Ellis, recording and touring mementos and much more, all contained in 104 page 7 ½”x 5 ½” hardback book.
It will also be available as a 2 LP set with the original Thick As A Brick remix, and the new Thick As A Brick 2, both as 180gm audiophile pressings and available for the first time in vinyl . The package also has a 72-page 12×12 book all held in a hard card slipcase.
 
EMI anuncia la publicación del exitoso álbum de 1972 en una edición 40 especial por su 40 aniversario.
Ésta edición contiene una nueva mezcla stéreo y 5.1 mezclada por Steven Wilson, además lleva un DVD conteniendo mezclas en DTS y Dolby Digital 5.1, stéreos de alta calidad 96/24 (nueva mezcla y transfer de 1972), el periódico original de más de 40 páginas, un artículo escrito por DEom Lawson, de Classic Rock, fotos raras de los fotógrafos Didi Zill y Robert Ellis, tiempos de grabación y giras y mucho más, todo en un lujoso libro con tapas duras de 104 páginas.
 
También estará disponible un doble LP con la remezcla del original Thick As A Brick, y el nuevo Thick As A Brick 2, ámbos en vinilo de 180 gramos y alta calidad de audio, y disponibles por primera vez en éste formato. El set también incluirá un lujoso libro en tapas duras de 72 páginas.

lunes, 23 de julio de 2012

JETHRO TULL´S IAN ANDERSON. CRITICA CONCIERTO 14 DE JULIO DE 2012 EN CORDOBA. FOTOS EXCLUSIVAS.

Diario de Cordoba

EL CONCIERTO FINAL DEL FESTIVAL DE LA GUITARRA

Jethro Tull, rock en suite


El Festival de La guitarra de Córdoba cerró con la actuación de la mítica banda escocesa Jethro Tull

JOSE MARIA ALJAMA
THICK AS A BRICK
Intérprete: Jethro Tull
Lugar: Teatro de la Axerquía
Día : Sábado, 14 de Julio de 2012
El Festival de La guitarra de Córdoba, cerraba su 32, con la actuación de la mítica banda escocesa Jethro Tull con su líder Ian Anderson a la cabeza.
A las 23.30 en punto, y con el Teatro de la Axerquía repleto, sobre el escenario con una luz en penumbra, aparecían seis personajes ataviados con gabardina y gorra, que previstos de cepillos y plumeros hacían labores de limpieza sobre el piso y el back line, (instrumentos). Esta actividad se prolongó varios minutos, tras los cuales se despojaron del atuendo, tomando posesión de los instrumentos e iniciaron el concierto. A los primeros compases de Tick as a Brick , del que este año se cumplen 40 años, razón por la que emprenden esta gira, apareció Ian Anderson en escena, a lo que el público respondió con una gran ovación.
El concierto contaba de dos partes bien diferenciadas, en la primera ofrecieron íntegramente Tick as a Brick , publicado en 1972, y una segunda con el reciente Thick as a brick 2 , también de forma continuada, publicado este mismo año. Todo en forma de suite, mezclando distintas músicas, con un toque principalmente folk.

Aunque los viejos rockeros nunca mueren, los años no pasan en balde, y el verdadero inconveniente es que Anderson está perdiendo la voz. Para solventar este problema, cuenta con la actuación del segundo cantante, Ryan ODonell, que además ejercía de showman, y presentador, cambiando de traje según se sucedían los pasajes del concierto, mas cercano al estilo de cantante de un musical, aunque con bastante presencia de voz y a un gran nivel interpretativo.

La banda, que contaba con la presencia de dos de los músicos originales, David Goodier al bajo y John O´Hara a los teclados, se completaba con Florian Opahle a la guitarra, un joven y virtuosos guitarrista y Scout Hammond a la batería, el sonido aunque compacto, sonaba un tanto blando , faltaba pegada, pero no achacable a los músicos, sino a la producción que Anderson ha aplicado. En lo que Ian Anderson sigue estando a un gran nivel es en su forma de tocar la flauta, sacando sonidos magistrales con su manera tan peculiar, que no es otra que la de flutter-tongue , una técnica característica de los instrumentos de viento que consiste en utilizar la lengua para producir un característico FrrrrFrrrr mientras se soplan las notas de manera convencional, consiguiendo así un efecto trémolo o de vibrato
La música se iba intercalando con audiovisuales que describían lo que se narraba, e incluso sirvió para la presentación de los músicos.


En la segunda parte correspondiente a Thick as a Brick 2 , pudimos tener la sensación de estar escuchando una composición antigua, incluso mas barroca, que lo que cabía esperar de un trabajo hecho recientemente, cosa un tanto sorprendente.



Con la presentación de los miembros del grupo a través de la pantalla multimedia, el concierto llegaba a su fin, pero nuevamente sorprendieron con un bis, que se prolongó durante bastantes minutos, acabando con Locomotive Breath , tema incluido en su disco Aqualung , y que fue muy celebrado por el público que llenaba la Axerquía.
TEXTO: JOSE MARIA ALJAMA
FOTOS EXCLUSIVAS: ANGELA MARIA VELARDO

jueves, 12 de julio de 2012

JETHRO TULL LIVE AT MASSEY HALL, 1992


JETHRO TULL LIVE AT MASSEY HALL
Massey Hall, Toronto, Ont. Canada
Nov 03 1992
Probable first time Release

DAT--> Cassette Maxell 90 IEC TYPE II HIGH (CrO2)-->Wav-->Flac
1st Generation


Raw Transfer - Unprocessed
Quality VG-
Disc 1
1 -  Someday the Sun Won't Shine for You - 4:04
2 -  Living in the Past - 4:42
3 -  Life's a Long Song - 4:45
4 -  Beggars Farm - 5:50
5 -  Jack-O- Lynn - 5:13
6 -  Too Old To Rock and Roll, Too Young To Die - 7:38
7 -  Christmas Song - 3:31
8 -  Bouree - 4:32
9 -  Pussy Willow - 4:12
10 - Rocks on the Road - 6:25
11 - Aqualung - 7:54


Disc 2
1 - Intro - 1:50
2 - My Sunday Feeling - 4:34
3 - With You There to Help Me - 5:51
4 - This is Not Love - 6:41
5 - New Day Yesterday - 8:09
6 - *Farm on The Freeway - 8:11
7 - *My God - 10:25
8 - *Locomotive Breath - 6:20
Encore
9 - Thick As A Brick - featuring Cross Eyed Mary - 11:13

*digital audio flaw within track. Still listenable, but noticable
 especially during "loud" sections.


An energetic and fresh concert from Jethro Tull, recorded during the
Catfish Rising tour. Ian and the gang came about with an amazing
collection of songs from the new, to unexpected classic oldies.
During this time (1992) I had recently discovered and fell in love with
the oldest and earliest Tull. I can't say how amazed I was to hear songs
I never thought I'd hear live. "My Sunday Feeling"
"Someday the Sun Won't Shine for You" "Beggars Farm".
I was in my glory!!!
A friend of mine was in the front rows, with a DAT recorder.
This was Jethro Tull...at Massey Hall.

The sound quality of this show is very good. The music and instruments
are good and clear. Ian's voice however, as it was live at the show, is
often distant and, not unexpectedly, weak.
The concert itself is energetic, with the band well on form. Ian has
many comic moments, all nicely captured here. At one point requesting
that we, the audience, refrain from our hooping and hollering, as
they would rather hear themselves play instead of our "ridiculous voices",
and suggesting we save it for a Bruce Springsteen concert.
Nice slap from Ian! All in good fun.

The biggest glitch in this recording appears on three tracks:
  Farm on The Freeway
  My God
  Locomotive Breath

A digital "static" occurs throughout, most prominent during the louder
sections of the songs. Whether this flaw occured during tranfer from tape
to PC, or happened during the burning process, I'm not sure. It's
definatley NOT unlistenable, but noticable.
Otherwise, this is it! Raw, unprocessed, and first generation.

As far as I know, this is a first time release of this concert.
For a Tull fan it's a perfect candidate for remastering.

Pour yourself a glass, sit back, and enjoy the show.
OneBrownMouse
THANKS TO DAVID S.CLAYTON
LINK

miércoles, 11 de julio de 2012

Ian Anderson en San Javier: Los viejos rockeros nunca mueren

 
Ian Anderson en San Javier: Los viejos rockeros nunca mueren.
 
Jesús Pons.

El festival de Jazz de San Javier, uno de los últimos reductos donde todavía se puede apreciar buena música, acogió anoche un concierto inolvidable de uno de los músicos más relevantes y legendarios de la historia del rock.

Ian Anderson, líder y cantante, excelente flautista de la mítica banda Jethro Tull, celebra estos días sus 44 años en el mundo de la música. Por ello el público que se reunió anoche en San Javier para escucharlo en directo era multicolor, jóvenes y mayores, y especialmente una importante comunidad inglesa.

Anderson presentó, 30 años después, el álbum Thick as a Brick. Un disco que no había interpretado en directo desde 1972, y al que añadió Thick as a Brick II.

El flautista del rock estuvo acompañado de una sólida banda: David Goodier (contrabajo y bajo eléctrico), Scott Hammond (batería y percusión), John O'Hara (director musical, piano, teclados y acordeón), Florian Opahle (guitarra) y Ryan O'Donnell (coros).

Un espectáculo que caminaba a veces por la ópera rock, por el blues, el jazz rock, la música celta… aunque Anderson se ríe de las etiquetas.

Thick as a brick, es un pieza en forma de suite, mezclando distintas músicas, con un toque principalmente folk. Y Anderson es un maestro de las letras, de la guitarra, de la flauta, y de la interpretación.

Sir Ian Scott Anderson, escocés, que cumplirá 65 años el próximo 10 de agosto, decía en una reciente entrevista acerca de su gira que : “Dependiendo del país del mundo en el que esté lograré una mejor audiencia, más atenta y comprensiva, como Ian Anderson. Si quiero traer a una panda de bebedores y leñadores que gritan “Rock and roll” cada dos por tres pues me anuncio como Jethro Tull”.

Pero a pesar de la edad, el genio, el carisma, la inteligencia y la ironía permanecen intactos. Desde 1.999 viene anunciando una retirada que nunca llega, afortunadamente para los aficionados a la música.

Ian Anderson y su música se encuentran en estado de gracia, marcados por el virtuosismo y el sentimiento. Aquellos que no pudieron verlo años atrás, anoche de desquitaron en el auditorio de San Javier.

Desde que comenzó en 1967, Jethro Tull ha vendido más de 80 millones de copias de sus más de 30 álbumes. La banda logró mucha popularidad en la primera mitad de los años setenta con álbumes históricos en la historia del rock como Thick as a Brick, escuchado en Murcia, y Aqualung. Para quitarse el sombrero.
http://vegamediapress.net/not/2331/ian_anderson_en_san_javier__los_viejos_rockeros_nunca_mueren/

JETHRO TULL-LIVE IN CHICAGO 1970/COMPLETE FM BROADCAST


JETHRO TULL-LIVE IN CHICAGO 1970/ COMPLETE FM BROADCAST
The Aragon Ballroom
Chicago, IL
August 16, 1970
FM Broadcast

VG/EX
Soundboard

1  My Sunday Feeling............6:36
2  My God.......................11:20
3  To Cry You A Song............6:14
4  With You There To Help Me....13:18
5  Sossity-Reasons For Waiting..6:41 (brief dropout at the beginning)
6  Nothing Is Easy..............6:30
7  Dharma For One...............10:15
Encore 
8  We Used To Know..............3:33
9  Improvisations...............6:30
10 For A Thousand Mothers.......4:52

Total 1:14:05 mins
?-->Cassette-->Mp3/320k

A strong and energetic performance from this harder to find version of
Tulls Chicago 1970 FM broadcast concert.
Most copies available on the interent today are shorter by almost
20 minutes. This version is complete, adding previously cut
tracks such as Dharma for One, We Used to Know, and Improvisations.
This recording also captures the moments between the songs,
such as tunings, and of course, Ian's always entertaining comments,
and quips.

Sadly this is only an mp3 version. The only trace of lineage here is from
cassette.The original uploaders notes says he obtained the tape in the
mid-eighties. So generation is unknown.
The sound is pure, unprocessed to my ear.Subsequent versions of this album
have been cleaned up, with less bass. The sound here is fuller, albeit slightly
"muddy" at times.
The final verdict will, of course, be Up To You.

Enjoy!

OneBrownMouse
AQUALUNG MY GOD THANKS DAVID S. CLAYTON WHO POST IT
LINK

lunes, 9 de julio de 2012

JETHRO TULL-"REFLECTIONSTHROUGH THE GLASS CHANDELIER"



JETHRO TULL-"REFLECTIONS THROUGH THE GLASS CHANDELIER"-LOS ANGELES, DOROTHY CHANDLER PAVILLION, 1/16/1977.
soundboard recording
artwork included

Disc one:
Terry Ellis intro
Quartet
Wonderin' Aloud
Skating Away...
Jack In The Green
Thick As A Brick
Songs From The Wood
instrumental
To Cry You A Song
A New Day Yesterday
Bathroom Time and Intermission
Velvet Green
Hunting Girl
Too Old For Rock 'N' Roll

Disc two:
Beethoven's 9th
Minstrel In The Gallery
Cross Eyed Mary
Aqualung
guitar solo
Windup
Back Door Angels / Windup
Locomotive Breath
Back Door Angels (reprise)


LINK

jueves, 28 de junio de 2012

JETHRO TULL´S IAN ANDERSON-"BIGGLERS DELIVERS THE GOODS"


JETHRO TULL´S IAN ANDERSON-"BIGGLERS DELIVERS THE GOODS". BIRMINGHAM, UK, 30 April 2012.

Audience FLAC)

LINEAGE

Zoom H2 (internal mics, medium sensitivity) > Goldwave (double volume and track splits) > FLAC 4

Ian Anderson - Flute, Acoustic Guitar, vocals
John o'Hara - Piano, Hammond Organ, Accordion
David Goodier - Bass Guitar, Glockenspiel, Backing Vocals
Florian Opahle - Electric Guitar
Scott Hammond - Drums & Percussion
Ryan o'Donnell - Song, Dance, Props and Sweeping

CD1:
01 Intro
02 Thick As A Brick Part 103 Intermission
04 Thick As A Brick Part 2

CD2:
01 Tuffty's Intro
02 From A Pebble Thrown
03 Pebbles Instrumental
04 Might-Have-Beens
05 Upper Sixth Loan Shark
06 Banker Bets, Banker Wins  
07 Swing It Far
08 Adrift And Dumfounded
09 Old School Song
10 Wootton Bassett Town
11 Power And Spirit
12 Give Till It Hurts
13 Cosy Corner
14 Shunt And Shuffle
15 A Change Of Horses
16 Confessional
17 Kismet In Suburbia
18 What-ifs, Maybes, Might-Have-Beens
19 Tufty's Outro

NOTES
Absolutely fantastic show, so delighted we went. Balcony, fifth row, left of centre. Those who have upped the previous shows have given the lowdown on the format, so not a lot for me to add. Ian was on fantastic form on flute, but voice was under massive strain during Thick As A Brick.

Delivering it as a duet with Ryan worked fantastically well (listen out for when he starts singing, two or three minutes in, and you can hear the hub-bub as the audience realise it's not Ian singing any more). His voice was incredibly close in timbre and intonation to Ian's - and fiona23yh (aka Her Indoors) was most disappointed that Ryan didn't sing more during TAAB2!

thanks to EDGE.
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miércoles, 27 de junio de 2012

JETHRO TULL-PARIS 1976.



JETHRO TULL-ABBATOIRS DE LA VILLETTE, PARIS, FRANCE, MAY 3TH, 1976.
Lineage:
CD-R in trade>wav>FLAC Level 6


Disc 1:
01: Quartet
02: Thick As A Brick
03: Requiem
04: Quizz Kid
05: Rainbow Blues
06: To Cry You A Song
07: A New Day Yesterday
08: Flute Solo-God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen-Bouree
09: Beethoven's Ninth Symphony
10: Living In The Past
11: A New Day Yesterday (reprise)
12: Crazed Institution
13: Big Dipper
14: Taxi Grab

Disc 2:
01: Instrumental
02: Minstrel In The Gallery
03: Too Old To Rock 'N' Roll: Too Young To Die
04: Cross-Eyed Mary
05: Aqualung
06: Guitar Solo
07: Wind Up
08: Back Door Angels
09: Locomotive Breath-Too Old (reprise)

Notes by the uploader:
I traded for this show several years ago. It sounds quite good for it's time and I suppose I'd give it an A- because the vocals and instrumentation are clear and fairly free of audience interference. Sound, as always, is subjective.

Technical info:
On my copy (and I imagine on all) Taxi Grab was cut and divided over two tracks. A small portion of the song is missing. From this split until 28 seconds into the cheers for more before the Guitar Solo just prior to Wind Up, the recording was very slow which put it out of sync with the rest of the recording. I increased the speed by 8% in this area to match the rest of the show in Audacity and spliced Taxi Grab so it is one track minus the several seconds of dead space it previously contained.
Other than the changes I mentioned, I left the files as they were previously tracked on my CD copy I received. Please do not change my files and re-up unless you can make a marked difference. Enjoy the show.
LINK 1                                                        ANOTHER LINK 1

LINK 2                                                       ANOTHER LINK 2

Thank You to EDGE.