Wow. There is a release of Live at Montreux on vinyl as a double LP and I would have to say that it is the best listening of any Tull I have ever heard. Even better than my 2 gold ultradisc's or the MFSL mint vinyl that is in my collection. This is definitely worth buying if you are any sort of a serious Tull fan (and so long as you have a good turntable to play it on).
Jethro Tull Live In Switzerland 2003 (triple vinyl box set)
Live In Switzerland, 2003 documents Jethro Tull's first (and so far only) visit to the justly famed Montreux Festival.
Split into a semi-acoustic first half and an all electric second half, the concert was a considered a triumph, and combined newer songs such as Dot Com, Budapest with enduring favourites including Aqualung, Life Is A Long Song and Living In The Past.
This triple clear (140g) vinyl box set edition provides an ideal memento of a special occasion in the history of one of Rock's truly classic bands.
Jethro Tull Live At Montreux 2003 on 180g 2LP Set from Audio Fidelity
Mastered by Kevin Gray and Steve Hoffman: Tremendous Sound
Features Liner Notes by Ian Anderson
Jethro Tull is rock royalty. And on the double 180g LP set Live At Montreux 2003, the band rolls through its biggest hits, including "Living in the Past," "Aqualung" and "Locomotive Breath." The group performs both electric and semi-acoustic, infusing the material with the proper balance of tones and textures. A career-spanning setlist displays the collective's timeless merit. And leader Ian Anderson even contributes liner notes to this edition! It's an experience that no Jethro Tull fan should miss, particularly in analog.
Mastered for this special 180g double vinyl version by Steve Hoffman and Kevin Gray, the sound is absolutely incredible!
Jethro Tull Live At Montreux 2003 Track Listing:
1. Some Day The Sun Won't Shine For You 2. Life Is A Long Song 3. Bouree 4. With You There To Help Me 5. Pavane 6. Empty Cafe 7. Hunting Girl 8. Eurology 9. Dot Com 10. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen 11. Fat Man 12. Living In The Past 13. Nothing Is Easy 14. Beside Myself 15. My God 16. Budapest 17. New Jig 18. Aqualung 19. Locomotive Breath
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
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