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.
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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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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