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. Source: Soundboard. Sound Quality: Very good stereo. Genre: Folk rock, progressive rock, blues-rock. Set: Full set. Set List: 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
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This is Jethro Tull live in concert at Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden, on January 9th 1969. At this time the band were only around a year old and had not long parted with Mick Abrahams who was replaced by Martin Barre. The change of line up was over musical direction, with Ian Anderson keen on developing the overall band sound and direction, rather than just a blues focus. That said the blues legacy is notable here and the songs quite different to the more definitive styles that would emerge in the coming years. This was just prior the the bands debut tour of the USA, on this occasion they were on the same bill as Jimi Hendrix. Source: Stereo Soundboard (from master reels). Sound Quality: Very good stereo MP3@320kbps Genre: Folk rock, progressive rock, blues-rock. Set: Full concert performance. Set List: 1. My Sunday Feeling - 5:48 2. Martin's Tune - 10:47 3. To Be Sad is a Mad Way to Be - 4:39 4. Back to the Family - 4:18 5. Dharma For One - 9:09 6.