A happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year to everyone here at the Forum, especially to all the regular contributors, far too numerous to mention individually but you know who you are and also to my fellow moderators Pattie, Bernie and John.
Special Thanks to Sir Remy for making this download available! A Jethro Tull Christmas With Ian Anderson From: Douglas Grant LINK 1 Length: 59:00 LINK 2 Multi-instrumental musician, prolific writer, distinctive singer and conspicuous flutist Ian Anderson of the British band Jethro Tull shares colorful Christmas memories, and presents tracks from the "cynical and grumpy" Jethro Tull Christmas Album. Anderson talks about his relationship with the flute and relearning to play the instrument properly after three decades of recording and touring. Broadly classified at times as Progressive Rock, Jethro Tull's music spans many genres including Jazz, Folk, Classical and Blues, in ways that are as rich and brilliant as they are unique.
This humorous and engaging one-hour special provides a definite counterpoise to more conventional holiday programming fare, and is well-suited to a wide age range, given Jethro Tull's lengthy and illustrious history which began in the 1960's. The band has produced 30 albums and performed more than 2500 concerts in 40 countries. Engineer and Producer Douglas Grant has also included original blends of a few of the band's recordings which Tull fans may find interesting.
The program is newscast compatible, with optional content filling the hh:01-hh:06 slot; there is also a 60sec bed at 28min past the hour for those needing the hole. For full T&C, see the Information for Stations section. Attachments: 30 second promo edit with bed, and Ian Santa program graphics.
Happy Holidays everyone! This place continues to be awesome! And Jim! JIM!! Thanks for those Links, can't wait to listen today. And a thanks to Remy as well! Hope everyone has an incredible and happy holiday season, no matter what you believe or not, or your traditions.
Be well all, --Ron--
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I Wish you all Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
They said there'll be snow at christmas They said there'll be peace on earth But instead it just kept on raining A veil of tears for the virgin's birth I remember one christmas morning A winters light and a distant choir And the peal of a bell and that christmas tree smell And their eyes full of tinsel and fire
They sold me a dream of christmas They sold me a silent night And they told me a fairy story 'till I believed in the israelite And I believed in father christmas And I looked to the sky with excited eyes 'till I woke with a yawn in the first light of dawn And I saw him and through his disguise
I wish you a hopeful christmas I wish you a brave new year All anguish pain and sadness Leave your heart and let your road be clear They said there'll be snow at christmas They said there'll be peace on earth Hallelujah noel be it heaven or hell The christmas we get we deserve
Bon Nadal a tots els membres de aquest forum! Remy
Holiday Season is rush hour at the psych ward so sorry for my late response. I wish all of you, my dear cyber-Tull friends, far-flung but very close in my heart, a Merry Christmas and special hoopes for an extraordinary 2017: Health, Happiness and much TULL.
My private holiday moment will be a nice, loud, 'Change of Horses' in my car when my work shift ends today and i go home to two days off work.
Merry Christmas to all JETHRO TULL Forum Members!!! I wish I could visit every country & state where all of you live and have a Convention. Years ago I never imagined the things I could learn in a place so warm and fun to be like this. I have many limitations but in my heart it's a never ending place to learn about music and each other.
2016 is almost over but new adventures are just around the corner. I can't wait to see Martin Barre again! With so much to look forward to, I want everyone to rejoice in the celebration which suits each of us best. Happy Hanukkah, Happy Solstice & Merry Christmas JETHRO TULL FORUM !!! The FUN is just beginning
This raises a very interesting question... Is it possible to change that drastically, and that quickly... Can it be done, or can this kind of psychological change only be achieved over a substantial period of time?
geostrehl: Oh god - Secret Language of Birds is almost 19 years old!!!!
Jan 11, 2019 0:52:40 GMT
maddogfagin: Now where have they gone ?
Jan 11, 2019 16:55:39 GMT
futureshock: The secret language of birds: millions of yrs old. Just 18+ yrs ago, someone tackled that idea and radiated music back on the topic. That's why it's one of the best reviewed solo albums out there! Chirp that in your blender and take it to the riverside.
Jan 12, 2019 17:23:27 GMT
maddogfagin: And don't forget the owls
Jan 13, 2019 8:25:08 GMT
futureshock: "The Secret Silence Of Owls"...... second best album by Hoo-Hooo-HooooDat
Jan 13, 2019 20:21:05 GMT
JTull 007: A wallaby is a general name for about 30 species of macropod which are smaller than kangaroos and are found across Australia.
Jan 22, 2019 2:41:50 GMT
maddogfagin: And Devon & Cornwall for some reason. There have been multiple sightings of marsupials in the area over the years although not recently. Possibly been eaten by the legendary Beast of Bodmin perhaps ? 🐱👤
Jan 23, 2019 7:16:39 GMT
futureshock: "Macropod". That sounds like the ultimate. "Hello, my name is J.P.Carruthers, Macropod, Intended At Large. My podcast is in Wales. I play the glass harmonica in 7 languages and edit outgoing Sumerian braille. Please leave a message."
Jan 29, 2019 4:27:34 GMT
maddogfagin: Macropod sounds like an overlarge ipod, as opposed to a minipod used by small furry animals.
Jan 29, 2019 7:53:50 GMT
steelmonkey: I am seeing the great Richard Thompson tonight at a stand up venue, the Venerable Fillmore in SF. The gig should be fun... I should be strong.
Feb 1, 2019 18:00:29 GMT
nonrabbit: I'll be thinking of you.....Beeswing!! Hope he sings it twice. Enjoy BerniE
Feb 1, 2019 18:40:33 GMT
futureshock: Ages ago, I saw Mr. Thompson at the Vancouver Folk Fest, but I worked fence security and was far away, couldn't hear much. Just being there was amazing though, near the musicians all weekend, saw amazing things. Live music is BEST!
Feb 2, 2019 21:08:59 GMT
steelmonkey: 'Tragic busy at work but celebrating 44th anniversary of best Tull show ever: Feb. 5, 1975 in El Paso,Texas, one of two gigs inserted in between the famous, 5 night run in LA. Listened to War Child and think 'Two Fingers is better than 'Lick Fingers'.
Feb 5, 2019 20:34:31 GMT
maddogfagin: War Child is a great album, criminally underrated in the music press but loved by the vast majority of fans.
Feb 15, 2019 7:58:43 GMT
ash: I really like War Child. Skating Away plays every time I boot my PC
Feb 17, 2019 14:16:49 GMT
maddogfagin: Look how we balance the world on the tips of our noses, like Sealions with a ball at the carnival.
Feb 20, 2019 16:15:42 GMT