5 title tracks...and could have been 6 since Heavy Horses was a better live song than No Lullaby...the sales force types knew what they were doing in those days, hoping a live album would stimulate catalog sales.
"Bursting Out". The concert face of Jethro Tull from 40 years ago last updated: 12/02/2018 16:00
This is a very important album because it summarizes the first decade of this British band's activity - he said about the concert album of Jethro Tull entitled "Bursting Out" Przemek Psikuta, co-host of the program "A disc evening".
The cover of the group Jethro Tull "Bursting Out" Photo: press materials
The concert, double album "Bursting Out" was released on September 22, 1978. It was a record of the best moments of the concert tour to the album "Heavy horses". - It was the 11th studio album of Jethro Tull recorded in 10 years. During the tour, the musicians performed a full cross-section through the band's work. It was this first period, from 1968 to 1978, that was the best in the musical history of Ian Anderson and colleagues - emphasized Przemek Psikuta.
How did Jethro Tull contribute to the popularization of folk? Which famous Polish musician was inspired by the flute playing of Ian Anderson? About this in the recording of the program.
maddogfagin: May 7 is the 127th day of the year (128th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. 238 days remain until the end of the year.
May 7, 2019 6:59:01 GMT
rabey: Hi John/bunkerfan and Steelmonkey.
May 7, 2019 23:08:40 GMT
rabey: Thanks for the interest. Unfortunately because Ian/Tull is doing his own book when I sent a request to find John I got stonewalled, even though I have a signed contract by Ian from 2013 stating I was doing a DVD version of The book. I also have had trouble
May 7, 2019 23:11:47 GMT
rabey: I guess after 5 years Ian forgot this even existed. Imean, he never even listed my book with all the other books that have been out of print for decades, yet mine and Tim S still have books in print and we're not mentioned.
May 7, 2019 23:13:11 GMT
rabey: I just get the impression that this AND having just dealt with Tull are all they care about really and it peeves me when the truth is when I first got my original contract with a US publisher to write the book with quotes on 3 other books on ELP,Crimson,
May 7, 2019 23:21:53 GMT
rabey: and YES, I contacted both Martin and Dave from AND and offered involvement in writing and photography. but Dave said no interest and martin was happy to get his photos printed just for credit. Later Daves book arrived and martin wanted 100 bucks a shot.
May 7, 2019 23:25:00 GMT
rabey: Anyway, The publisher refused the cost of photos, Martin wrote the only negative review of the book in print except for Amazon where a few stinkers stalled it's movement, but basically there was nothing advertising the book outside the UK.
May 7, 2019 23:29:01 GMT
rabey: I have to find a better way to post.
May 7, 2019 23:29:21 GMT
steelmonkey: Fights about history, public knowledge and more personally researched knowledge are pretty hard to untangle...but nothing takes away your contributions to total Tull information.
May 8, 2019 21:35:56 GMT
rabey: Very Kind, Steelmonkey!
May 9, 2019 1:33:24 GMT