JT played Giessen (16/7/88, VfB Stadion (Waldstadion)) on this tour (the above poster was from a few days earlier) which was recorded by German radio and there is also an audience recording of the complete set. Great concert - went over with a coach load of Tull fans and also met up with the legendary Michael Veith and also a contingent of AND people in a rather unkempt and "wiffy" campervan Oh, and it chucked it down with rain
Cross-Eyed Mary Nothing Is Easy Thick as a Brick Steel Monkey Farm on the Freeway A New Day Yesterday Fat Man Budapest Pussy Willow Pibroch (Cap in Hand) (Instrumental) My God (With Flute Solo incl. Bouree / Soiree) Jump Start Too Old to Rock 'n' Roll, Too Young to Die Aqualung Locomotive Breath Seal Driver (Instrumental) Black Sunday (Instrumental) Thick as a Brick (reprise)
'Ian Anderson plays orchestral Jethro Tull' Ian, (as Tull?) and the Neue Philharmonie Frankfurt Support: Saori Jo, joined by Ian, Doane & John O'Hara for one song. Band: My Sunday Feeling, For A Thousand Mothers, One For John Gee, So Much Trouble, Serenade To A Cuckoo, A Song For Jeffrey, Dharma For One, With orchestra: Thick As A Brick, Bourée, Too Old To Rock'N'Roll..., America, Sossity: You're A Woman (inst.)/Reasons For Waiting, Pastime With Good Company (King Henry's Madrigal) My God, Budapest, Aqualung, Locomotive Breath
No support. Tull played 19:20-21.25. Doane left the stage briefly in the middle of one song, due to a problem with his chair. For A Thousand Mothers, Nothing Is Easy, Beggar's Farm, Eurology, With You There To Help Me, Up To Me, In The Grip Of Stronger Stuff, Weathercock, Pavane, Mother Goose (w. Evelina Petrova on accordion), Empty Café, Songs From The Wood/Too Old To Rock'N'Roll/Heavy Horses, Farm On The Freeway, We Five Kings, Hymn 43, Budapest, Aqualung, Wind-Up (short version), Locomotive Breath/Protect And Survive (inst.)/Cheerio
steelmonkey: 22 more days till I see a bunch of songs and A Passion Play sliver. Just learned that I will be joined by no less than 4 very good friends.Hurry July, 9.
Jun 17, 2019 19:37:50 GMT
steelmonkey: Wait...No APP sliver on Athens setlist. Sleepless nights to follow.
Jun 17, 2019 19:39:03 GMT
JTull 007: Don't give up Bernie. APP could still happen.... Praying for Little Sister's Immaculate Virginity to be winged away on the bony shoulders of a young horse named George who stole surreptitiously into her geography revision.
Jun 19, 2019 23:36:03 GMT
botanicman: Man....the bass line in "Everything in Our Lives" is incredible. Worth some study!
Jun 23, 2019 0:12:54 GMT
maddogfagin: Rather fine bass playing
Jun 24, 2019 13:13:58 GMT
steelmonkey: I'll study as advised !
Jun 25, 2019 3:42:42 GMT