This is hardly an exclusive for this site however this was a really fine concert by Jethro Tull, and I thought it well worth a share here. There is a pro shot DVD of this in circulation however if you are happy just to listen then, this is a good audio copy of the show. This then is Jethro Tull live at Estival Jazz, Piazza Della Riforma, Lugano, Switzerland back on July 9th, 2005.
Sound Quality: Very good stereo.
Genre: Folk rock, progressive rock, blues-rock.
Set: Full set.
01 Announcement (0:52.73)
02 Aqua Intro (0:21.20)
03 For A Thousand Mothers (4:49.17)
04 Nothing Is Easy (5:39.43)
05 Jack In The Green (3:08.01)
06 Serenade To A Cuckoo (3:56.28)
07 Beggars Farm (5:55.36)
08 Boris Dancing (3:56.58)
09 Weathercock (4:54.12)
10 We Five Kings (3:49.45)
11 Up To Me (4:07.74)
12 Boureè (6:15.52)
13 Mother Goose (6:39.50)
14 Empty Cafe (2:23.10)
15 Farm On The Freeway (7:07.39)
16 Hymn 43 (4:20.40)
17 A New Day Yesterday (6:09.56)
18 Budapest (11:25.06)
19 Aqualung (10:33.19)
20. Locomotive Breath (5:40.27)
21. Protect And Survive (1:03.02)
22. Cheerio (2:00.50)
Band Line Up:
Ian Anderson - Vocals , flute , guitar
Martin Barre - Guitars , mandolin
Doane Perry - Drums , percussion
Andrew Giddings - Keyboards , accordion
Jonathan Noyce - Bass
Links: Official site HERE.
Comments: Having previously featured a show by Jethro Tull from way back in 1969 when they were fundamentally still a blues rock band, the contrast with this gig is obviously substantial. However surprisingly both gigs feature the song 'Nothing Is Easy' albeit very different versions.
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