Jethro Tull Live At Estadio Obras Buenos Aires, Argentina 1993
5/11/93 Estadio Obras Buenos Aires, Argentina Musicians: Ian Anderson: Vocals, acoustic guitar, flute Martin Barre: Electric guitar Doane Perry: Drums Andrew Giddings: Keyboards Dave Pegg: Bass Songs: Bourée, So Much Trouble, With You There To Help Me, Flute Solo (incl. In The Grip Of Stronger Stuff), The Whistler (inst.), Farm On The Freeway, Thick As A Brick, Sossity: You're A Woman/Reasons For Waiting, Songs From The Wood/Too Old To Rock'N'Roll/Heavy Horses, Later That Same Evening (inst.), Budapest, Andy Giddings' Parrot, Passion Jig (incl. Seal Driver), A New Day Yesterday, Aqualung, Locomotive Breath, Cross-Eyed Mary/Dharma For One
Ian Anderson At Oceano FM, Interview+Songs, Uruguay 1993
In April Of 1993, Ian Anderson visited Uruguay for the very first time in order to promote Jethro Tull Tour to South America. This Interview was broadcasted by a radio station OCEANO FM. A lot of people called to the radio since they dind't believed that Ian was really there. Here is the video that confirms he wasn't an impostor. Ian performed live on studio: So Much Trouble Living In The Past Bourée
Sir Remy (TULL 50) Rocks again... Excelente! Ian Anderson At TV Show "Ruta 66" Montevideo, Uruguay 1993 Ian Anderson At TV Show "Ruta 66" Montevideo, Uruguay April 14, 1993 In April Of 1993, Ian Anderson visited Uruguay for the very first time in order to promote a Jethro Tull Tour To South America late that year, then he was interviewed at The TV Show "Ruta 66", where he performed.
Jethro Tull performing a version of "So Much Trouble" on the ZDF show "Live", broadcast in 1993. The original BBC John Peel session recording from 1968 was released on the 40th anniversary edition of their debut album, This Was.
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.
11/9/93 Deer Creek Indianapolis, In. USA Exc audio and video audience multi cam. Setlist: My Sunday Feeling, For A Thousand Mothers, Living In The Past, Bourée, So Much Trouble, With You There To Help Me, In The Grip Of Stronger Stuff/The Whistler (inst.), Thick As A Brick, Sossity: You're A Woman/Reasons For Waiting, Songs From The Wood/Too Old To Rock'N'Roll/Heavy Horses, Budapest, Instrumental (Andy Giddings' Parrot), Passion Jig, Seal Driver (Inst.), A New Day Yesterday, Aqualung, Locomotive Breath, Cross-Eyed Mary/Dharma For One
A friend in Hamburg, many years ago, who was from Buenos Aires, told me there was a famous bar on the beach, in the mid and late seventies, that only played Tull music, every day, all day, always. Are you old enough to know if that's true?
September 19th 1993, SDSU Open Air Theatre, San Diego, CA
Mike's Music Archive Published on Nov 30, 2018
01. My Sunday Feeling 02. For A Thousand Mothers 03. Living In The Past 04. Bouree 05. So Much Trouble 06. With You There To Help Me 07. In The Grip Of Stronger Stuff 08. The Whistler instrumental 09. Thick As A Brick 10. Sossity You're A Woman / Reasons For Waiting instrumental 11. Songs From The Wood / Too Old To Rock'N'Roll / Heavy Horses medley 12. Budapest 13. Andy's Parrot instrumental 14. Passion Jig / Seal Driver instrumental 15. A New Day Yesterday 16. Aqualung 17. Locomotive Breath 18. Cross-Eyed Mary 19. Dharma For One
futureshock: Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, Marnie Kringles, Reindeer Kibble, peace of heart and generosity of hand, in this season.
Dec 26, 2018 0:15:15 GMT
steelmonkey: Hey, Senator, pass us that walker, hearing aid, senior bus pass etc. Lost my shopping cart at the grocery store yesterday...walked down an aisle to add a thing or two...never found it, had to start over...I only hope some older guy grabbed it by mistake.
Dec 26, 2018 3:51:04 GMT
steelmonkey: I swear I looked everywhere.
Dec 26, 2018 3:51:27 GMT
nonrabbit: cue me and you having a domestic on aisle 4 "Ya stupid auld bugger ya - you were only pushing it a minute ago!" xxxxx
Dec 26, 2018 21:57:48 GMT
maddogfagin: It was by the entrance, next to the atms
Dec 27, 2018 7:29:23 GMT
steelmonkey: My lone wolf policies might need re-examination for old age. Self reliance might be too dangerous.
Dec 27, 2018 17:42:52 GMT
maddogfagin: And a Happy New Year to the JT Forum membership, guest readers, former members who left for one reason or another and IA and his cohorts for the music. May 2019 be a great year for you all
Dec 31, 2018 7:51:34 GMT
maddogfagin: Just about "had it up to here" with Xmas/New Year food. Had haggis last night and we're celebrating Grandaughter #1's birthday with kebabs all round tonight.😊👍
Jan 2, 2019 14:40:10 GMT
jackinthegreen: We have haggis on Burns Night and St Andrews Day.. Hard to catch the buggers at this time of year though MD..
Jan 4, 2019 0:26:21 GMT
maddogfagin: Sure are - the Cornish sub species (originally shipwrecked off Land's End whilst on transit to Aberdeen and escaped to shore) are devilish little blighters at the best of times.
Jan 4, 2019 7:52:37 GMT
jackinthegreen: Yes MD, well worth catching, just as good as our Scottish ones I believe
Jan 7, 2019 23:01:00 GMT
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