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Postby Wasara » Wed Nov 10, 2004 10:26 am

Dunthule,I´m gonna check that Christmas-album.

Mandos,Barre got his own style but it is also very bluesy.
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Postby mandos » Sat Nov 13, 2004 10:17 pm

Wasara wrote:Dunthule,I´m gonna check that Christmas-album.

Mandos, Barre got his own style but it is also very bluesy.


He also (aparently) has an 'E' which I, embarrassedly, seem to have missed.

If it required spelling to play guitar, I still would not know a darn thing about it!
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Postby Wasara » Mon Nov 15, 2004 7:25 am

Well,I have my troubles with pronouncing.I remember once when we were talking with my friend about "Alien"-movie,the first one and I pronounced "Alien" as "A lion".Heck,my friend bursted to laugh and he kept going on laughing almost five minutes.So,those happen!
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Postby GreyHavensWarden » Thu Nov 18, 2004 5:35 am

Hey All!

Wow I was just browsing and listening to Aqualung, and saw this thread and had to reply!

I have managed to get quite a collection of Jethro Tull albums over the past few years, and have managed to avoid most "iffy" albums through being friends with a lifelong fan. My favourite would probably be Heavy Horses or Stand Up, but there are so many other great ones, Crest of a Knave, Thick as a Brick, Aqualung, Minstrel in the Gallery.. you can't really differentiate!

I think one of the most excellent parts of Jethro Tull is the bass lines actually, though unfortunately (as with most bands) this is usually drowned out by the other instrumentation.

Great to see a thread dedicated to a great band!

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Postby mandos » Fri Nov 19, 2004 11:26 am

I feel so out of touch!
Last time I saw them was the Minstrel in the Gallery tour. :(
I wanted to go to Sturgis this year and see them, but life got in the way.
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Postby Wasara » Sun Nov 21, 2004 3:51 am

I find Aqualung and A Passion Play most enjoyable and amusing.Like a piece "The Hare Who lost His Spectales".Passion reminds always me LoTR and finnish highland "Lappi".Weird?

I wish I could have seen JT in live.I don`t know if they had ever visited in Finland.
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Postby Drogo Baggins » Fri Dec 10, 2004 11:00 am

I saw them last spring. The Living With the Past Tour. They did an incredible version of Thick as a Brick.

An incredible show..... :) :) :)
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Postby gladdenfielder » Sat Dec 11, 2004 7:06 am

Aqualung is definately one of my all time fav albums.

Does anyone know if Ian Anderson still running a fish farm in Scotland ?
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Postby rowanberry » Wed Dec 15, 2004 12:47 pm

Wasara, they've been in Helsinki at least twice during the last few years; I saw the first of those gigs at Kulttuuritalo. It didn't fail my expectations.
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Postby Wasara » Sun Jan 02, 2005 5:34 am

Thanks,Rowan!I must keep my eyes open.

Gladdenfielder,I haven't faintest idea.
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Postby FrodoTook » Thu Jan 26, 2006 5:26 pm

Ian Anderson and Martin Barre rule. I am so glad to see so many agree.

All of the albums are great (I own most of them but need to get caught up)

My favs in order ...Thick as a Brick, Passion Play, Songs from the Wood, Minstrel in the Gallery, Aqualung, Living in the Past, Crest of a Knave, Benefit, etc.

My fav song... Mother Goose rocks.

Another Farm on a Freeway

Nursie although short, holds a very special place in my heart.

So many more.

Jethro Tull is absolutely my favorite band. Got into them in the early 70s. Was listening to them just before I found this thread.

Rock On.:D
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Postby Drogo Baggins » Thu Mar 16, 2006 10:23 am

gladdenfielder wrote:Aqualung is definately one of my all time fav albums.

Does anyone know if Ian Anderson still running a fish farm in Scotland ?


I heard him on the radio last year and remember him commenting something about the fish farm....it's become fairly self-sufficient and has a staff so he doesn't do much himself there anymore. He's more into the small wild cats these days.

In case fans haven't seen this, their official website is http://www.j-tull.com/
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Postby Dunthule » Thu Mar 16, 2006 8:28 pm

My older brother had an original Thick as a Brick vinyl.
Love the title song. One of the best in my humble opinion.

I've always liked "Skating Away", "Bouree" and "Too Old to Rock-n-Roll, Too young to Die".
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Postby Drogo Baggins » Fri Mar 31, 2006 10:26 am

Frodo Took posted this link in an Old Timer's Thread in TALK.....it needs to be here too. :D:D:D:D:D

FrodoTook wrote:Here is a very cool video link (Real Player) which I just found...

http://www.jethrotull.com:8100/ramgen/jethrotull/sfwac2.rm

to an 8 minute 52 second version of Locomotive Breath . It was recorded this past September. Starts off with some very cool jazz then turns to rocking. Check out the Kazoo Solos.
It is GREAT.

Great to see Ian Anderson again.:D ENJOY :D
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Postby RavenTinuviel » Thu Aug 24, 2006 6:31 pm

I was just listening to Thick as a Brick on an internet radio station! :)
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Postby FrodoTook » Sat Nov 11, 2006 6:59 pm

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Postby orodreth111 » Tue Nov 14, 2006 9:04 am

Ahhh!! FT!! Good to see you've been Kissing Willy!!

....Ian is bringin the boys back over to the States this spring!!!
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Postby FrodoTook » Wed Nov 15, 2006 3:59 pm

Hey Cookie Man

If I could reach...I would never leave the house. :wink:

Great to see you again Oreo

Good news about his returning to the states. I did not know that. When I checked the schedule at J-Tull.com all I saw was Isles/Euro dates.

Thanks for the info. Would do me very good to see Ian in concert again. It has been a long time.

TaaB is my favorite. If my Tull lineups are correct, all the bandmembers who contributed to the original recording ( and had been together since the recording of Aqualung in 1971 ) of TaaB are there with the exception of Jeffrey Hammond who had been replaced by John Glascock in 1976. Sad to note the anniversary of John Glascock's death is arriving soon. He received the Gift of Iluvatar on 11-17-79.

In 1978 ( at the time of this Madison Square Garden concert ) the members ( I counted 6 in all ) would have been ...

A GREAT TULL lineup. Simply awesome..as tight as a band can be.

Ian Anderson ( Flute and Vocals )

Martin Barre ( Lead Guitar )

John Glascock ( Bass Guitar )

Barrimore Barlow ( Percussion )

John Evan ( Keyboards ) [ far right on stage ]

and

David Palmer ( Keyboards ) [ far left on stage ] ( who contributed strings starting in 1974 Warchild then additional keyboards in 1979 Stormwatch )


When I saw Tull was during the Warchild tour and I remember the bassist Hammond well ( in a zebra stripe outfit with matching bass guitar ) bouncing around with each beat. I loved it. One of the best times I have ever had. Speaking of that, below is a cool link capturing Hammond in the BW suit at his bouncing bass playing best...Minstrel in the Gallery starts with some German commentary but just wait...the music is coming along with some interesting commentary, in English, by Ian himself.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G20T0NvxBjg

Thank you for posting Oreo, my Tull friend...You prompted me to watch the video again and wish I was there...man I would have been rocking.

I keep living in the past...it makes me feel much better.

Tull remains my favorite band...from This Was through Heavy Horses then with a refreshing Crest of a Knave.

edit:

Just found some other Tull concert Thick as a Bricks

Taab 1972...the year of release...great sound but choppy and sometimes out of focus video...it still rocks...I had to dig deep to find this gem.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=Yd4p3Zij09o

TaaB 1976 part one...awesome one :)

http://youtube.com/watch?v=Xt35q6w8hig

TaaB 1976 part two...awesome too 8)

http://youtube.com/watch?v=lm99g1nOH6U&mode=related&search=Jethro%20Tull%20Sweet%20Dreams%20videoconcert%20slipstream%201981

TaaB later...

http://youtube.com/watch?v=Ovo7KQowNIs

Enjoy.:)

Coming soon...6 chronological links to 1973 ( the year of it's release )concert footage of Passion Play . Another of my favorites.
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Postby FrodoTook » Wed Nov 22, 2006 1:22 pm

Edited to delete a no longer working JT video link. :cry2:
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Postby Drogo Baggins » Fri Dec 15, 2006 10:01 pm

Dude, those are incredible....haven't watched all 600K options but have a good start..... ;) Watching TaaB from '78 is right when I discovered Tull and have been a complete fanatic ever since.

Sadly I didn't get to see them in concert until two years ago or so. On their Living With The Past tour. They did revive a long not played "long version" of TaaB on that tour. :D:D:D:D:D

I had a prof in college who saw Tull on the original Thick as a Brick Tour! His description was amazing.... (short version) they kick into this amazing music and just kept playing....at the record break the whole stage goes dark except the guitar keeps going....figures can be seen going off for a break, then coming back it....then they hit the second side full blast and the whole stadium is in strobe lights. Finally after playing for 40+ minutes they end, the crowd is going wild and Ian comes to the mike and says "For our second song we'd like to play...." :D:D:D:D:D:D I'd give almost anything to witness that.....
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Postby FrodoTook » Tue Dec 19, 2006 4:09 pm

Hey DB,

Glad you enjoyed them. Unfortunately now that link to 1978 TaaB no longer works so I went back and deleted it. In fact, I had to delete a few other links (I checked all of them) which I posted earlier which were no longer working. Shame.

Ian comes to the mike and says "For our second song we'd like to play...." I'd give almost anything to witness that.....


I hear you. That would have been great to have experienced. 8)

Good to see you DB.
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Postby FrodoTook » Thu Dec 21, 2006 2:05 am

As promised...

Links to A Passion Play Live Concerts from 1973.
Following each link are the corresponding lyrics for reading along if you so desire.
A helpful tip.
After opening the YouTube link, resize the new YouTube window and place it to the right side of the lyrics.

Enjoy A Passion Play

Part 1

``Do you still see me even here?''
(The silver cord lies on the ground.)
``And so I'm dead'', the young man said --- over the hill
(not a wish away).
My friends (as one) all stand aligned although their taxis came
too late.
There was / a rush along the Fulham Road.
There was / a hush in the Passion Play.
Such a sense of glowing in the aftermath / ripe with rich attainments
all imagined / sad misdeeds in disarray / the sore thumb screams aloud,
echoing out of the Passion Play.
All the old familiar choruses come crowding in a different key:
Melodies decaying in sweet dissonance.
There was a rush / along the Fulham Road / into the Ever-passion Play.

Part 2
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FRjolQfvEY

And who comes here to wish me well?
A sweetly-scented angel fell.
She laid her head upon my disbelief and bathed me with her ever-smile.
And with a howl across the sand I go escorted by a band of gentlemen
in leather bound -- NO-ONE (but someone to be found).
All along the icy wastes there are faces smiling in the gloom.
Roll up roll down,
Feeling unwound? -- step into the viewing room.
The cameras were all around.
We've got you taped -- you're in the play.
Here's your I.D.
(Ideal for identifying one and all.)
Invest your life in the memory bank -- ours the interest and we
thank you.
The ice-cream lady wet her drawers, to see you in the passion play.
take the prize for instant pleasure
captain of the cricket team
public speaking in all weathers
a knighthood from a queen.
All your best friends' telephones never cooled from the heat of your hand.
There's / a line in a front-page story / 13 horses that also-ran.

Part 3
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLxsSogT4ow

Climb in your old umbrella.
Does it have a nasty tear in the dome?
But / the rain only gets in sometimes and / the sun never leaves you alone.
Lover of the black and white -- it's your first night.
The Passion Play / goes all the way / spoils your insight.
Tell me / how the baby's made / how the lady's laid / why the old
dog howls in sadness.
And your little sister's immaculate virginity wings away on the bony
shoulders of a young horse named George who stole surreptitiously
into her geography revision.
(The examining body examined her body.)
Actor of the low-high Q, let's hear your view.
Peek at the lines upon your sleeves since your memory won't do.
Tell me / how the baby's graded / how the lady's faded / why the old dogs
howl with madness.
All of this and some of that's the only way to skin the cat.
And now you've lost a skin or two -- you're for us and we for you.
The dressing room is right behind
We've got you taped -- you're in the play.
How does it feel to be in the play?
How does it feel to play the play?
How does it feel to be the play?
Man of passion rise again, we won't cross you out -- for we do love
you like a son -- of that there's no doubt.
Tell us / is it you who are here for our good cheer?
Or / are we here / for the glory / for the story / for the gory satisfaction
of telling you how absolutely awful you really are?
There was / a rush along the Fulham Road.
There was / a hush in the Passion Play.

This is the story of the hare who lost his spectacles

Part 4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ir24nswRP_s

Owl loved to rest quietly whilst no one was watching. Sitting on a
fence one day, he was surprised when suddenly a kangaroo ran close
by.
Now this may not seem strange, but when Owl overheard Kangaroo whisper
to no one in particular, ``The hare has lost his spectacles,'' well, he
began to wonder.
Presently, the moon appeared from behind a cloud and there, lying on
the grass was hare. In the stream that flowed by the grass -- a
newt. And sitting astride a twig of a bush -- a bee.
Ostensibly motionless, the hare was trembling with excitement, for
without his spectacles he was completely helpless. Where were his
spectacles? Could someone have stolen them? Had he mislaid them? What
was he to do?
Bee wanted to help, and thinking he had the answer began: ``You
probably ate them thinking they were a carrot.''
``No!'' interrupted Owl, who was wise. ``I have good eye-sight, insight,
and foresight. How could an intelligent hare make such a silly
mistake?'' But all this time, Owl had been sitting on the fence,
scowling!
Kangaroo were hopping mad at this sort of talk. She thought herself
far superior in intelligence to the others. She was their leader;
their guru. She had the answer: ``Hare, you must go in search of the
optician.''
But then she realized that Hare was completely helpless without his
spectacles. And so, Kangaroo loudly proclaimed, ``I can't send Hare in
search of anything!''
``You can guru, you can!'' shouted Newt. ``You can send him with Owl.''
But Owl had gone to sleep. Newt knew too much to be stopped by so
small a problem -- ``You can take him in your pouch.'' But alas, Hare
was much too big to fit into Kangaroo's pouch.
All this time, it had been quite plain to hare that the others knew
nothing about spectacles.
As for all their tempting ideas, well Hare didn't care.
The lost spectacles were his own affair.
And after all, Hare did have a spare a-pair.
A-pair.

We sleep by the ever-bright hole in the door / eat in the corner / talk to the
floor -- cheating the spiders who come to say ``Please'',
(politely).
They bend at the knees.
Well, I'll go to the foot of our stairs.
Old gentlemen talk / of when they were young / of ladies
lost and erring sons.
Lace-covered dandies revel (with friends) pure as the truth --
tied at both ends.
Well I'll go to the foot of our stairs.
Scented cathedral -- spire pointed down.
We pray for souls in Kentish Town.
A delicate hush -- the gods / floating by / wishing us well --
pie in the sky.
God of ages / Lord of Time -- mine is the right to be wrong.
Well I'll go to the foot of our stairs.
Jack rabbit mister spawn a new breed of love-hungry pilgrims
(no bodies to feed).
Show me a good man.
I'll show you the door.
The last hymn is sung and the devil cries ``More.''
Well, I'm all for leaving and that being done, I've put in a request
to take up my turn in that forsaken paradise that calls itself ``Hell'' --
Where no-one has nothing and nothing is well

Part 5
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIlzeclatLo

well meaning fool, pick up thy bed and rise up from your gloom smiling.
Give me your hate and do as the loving heathen do.
Colors I've none -- dark or light, red, white or blue.
Cold is my touch (freezing).
Summoned by name -- I am the overseer over you.
Given this command to watch o'er our miserable sphere.
Fallen from grace / called on to bring sun or rain.
Occasional corn from my oversight grew.
Fell with mine angels from a far better place, offering services for
the saving of face.
Now you're here, you may as well admire all whom living has retired
from the benign reconciliation.
Legends were born surrounding mysterious lights seen in the sky
(flashing).
I just / lit a fag then / took my leave in the blink of an eye.
Passionate play -- join round the maypole in dance (primitive
rite) (wrongly).
Summoned by name / I am the overseer / over you.
Flee the icy Lucifer.
Oh he's an awful fellow!
What a mistake!
I didn't take a feather from his pillow.
Here's the everlasting rub: neither am I good or bad.
I'd give up my halo for a horn and the horn for the hat
I once had.
I'm only breathing.
There's life on my ceiling.
The flies there are sleeping quietly.
Twist my right arm in the dark.
I would give two or three for one of those days that never made
impressions on the old score.
I would gladly be a dog barking up the wrong tree.
Everyone's saved -- we're in the grave.
See you there for afternoon tea.
Time for awaking -- the tea lady's / making a brew-up and / baking
new bread.
Pick me up at half past none -- there's / not a moment to lose. There
is / the train on which I came.
On the platform are my old shoes.
Station master rings his bell.
Whistles blow and flags wave.
A little of what you fancy does you good (Or so it should).
I thank everybody for making me welcome.
I'd stay but my wings have just dropped off.

Part 6
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PuaGDC2UQk

Hail!
Son of kings / make the ever-dying sign / cross your fingers in the
sky for those about to BE.
There am I waiting along the sand.
Cast your sweet spell upon the land and sea.
Magus Perde, take your hand from off the chain.
Loose a wish to still / the rain / the storm about to BE.
Here am I (voyager into life).
Tough are the soles that tread the knife's edge.
Break the circle / stretch the line / call upon the devil.
Bring / the gods / the gods' own fire.
In the conflict revel.
The passengers / upon the ferry crossing / waiting to be born / renew the
pledge of life's long song / rise to the reveille horn.
Animals / queueing at the gate that stands upon the shore / breathe the
ever-burning fire that guards the ever-door.
Man / son of man / buy the flame of ever-life (yours to breathe and
breath the pain of living): living BE!
Here am I!
Roll the stone away from the dark into ever-day.
There was a rush / along the Fulham Road / into the Ever-passion Play.

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A special THANK YOU to YOUTUBE and TULLTAPES.
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Postby Drogo Baggins » Thu Dec 21, 2006 9:19 pm

You've given me some work to do, FT!!! Good thing our office is closed next week....I can spend all that time watching Tull on YouTube. :D:D:D:D:D:D
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Postby Gamgee Wench » Thu Apr 26, 2007 7:21 pm

This is an old thread! Look at some of the early names. :)

Well Tull fans....I just got my husband and I tickets to the November show in Albany, New York for his birthday (which is today). It's a small venue and should be great. 8) Barre and Anderson are there.....but I have to look who else. It's six months away....but he was thrilled. He's been a Tull fan since the early days...as have I. Seems like this is a good year for concerts for the wench family. :)
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Postby FrodoTook » Fri Oct 02, 2009 10:32 am

Just found this on YT and wanted to share it.

A live vid of Locomotive Breath which I had never seen before.

I hope you enjoy...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdz_G1VGJ4c

Waves to all my fellow Tull Fans.
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Postby FrodoTook » Tue Nov 03, 2009 4:07 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDosgkws0-c

Good words and very relative to me.

I hope you enjoy Skating Away.

The quality is good in my opinion.

Make your peace with everyone.
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Postby FrodoTook » Tue Nov 03, 2009 5:16 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ntI4TkOvEU

An October Day twards evening.
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Postby FrodoTook » Tue Nov 03, 2009 5:33 pm

A damn fine part of the Brick from a live concert of Thick as a Brick which I hold dearer than Aqualung or Passion Play.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=toHlMD50eYY

The sights and stereo sound is great. I hope someone other than I enjoys the above link and makes it even morso worth sharing.
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Postby Morwenna » Tue Nov 10, 2009 7:07 pm

FT, thanks for the links! That MSG concert clip is fantastic!
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