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?
futureshock: Here's wishing everyone persistent health! Times are getting more optimistic! Activism is UP, and fear of getting involved in important issues, is dropping faster than the Vegas odds on Trump being elected again. Cheers!
Jun 7, 2020 23:10:01 GMT
maddogfagin: Thanks futureshock - hope you're ok likewise
Jun 8, 2020 15:01:16 GMT
stormsongs: Hi. Newbie, first time here as I have a question I can't get an answer to......I have a vivid memory of buying Lifes a Long Song in 71 and it had a gatefold sleeve....but I can't find any evidence of that or a copy with that sleeve...
Jun 12, 2020 14:25:44 GMT
maddogfagin: Welcome to the JT Forum stormsongs. Not seen a UK Life is a long song gatefold sleeve but there's no doubting they may have been some overseas releases issued this way.
Jun 13, 2020 6:14:41 GMT
futureshock: So, IF you are musical yourself, what are you doing with the CoronaCoda lockdown experience and maybe extra personal time available to find or create more music, or explore instrument playing? How has dealing with musicians changed? Gigs? Spinoff ideas?
Jun 14, 2020 23:01:49 GMT
maddogfagin: Listening to a lot of concert recordings via CD and finding some great music on youtube which I've never heard before. My days of playing guitar are behind me these days due to my damn fingers not wanting to work properly.
Jun 15, 2020 6:37:05 GMT
steelmonkey: Would you like to hear a perfectly constructed, note,rhythm,lyrical and atmosphere piece of Tull perfection? Yes? Try 'Saboteur' on 'Under Wraps'. Flawless.
Jun 22, 2020 21:05:43 GMT
maddogfagin: Under Wraps is an often maligned album by a minority but to the majority it stands amongst the finest of their eighties output. A great album.
Jun 28, 2020 6:43:28 GMT
steelmonkey: Under Wraps is sui generis. Strong everything. Something(s) about it amaze and astound with each listen.
Jun 28, 2020 19:30:42 GMT
steelmonkey: Double work shifts in surging hospital to allow 2 week vacation soon...miss my friends in the Tull treehouse but back soon. Breaks at work have gone the way of the dinosaurs.
Jul 8, 2020 3:29:26 GMT
piscesguy: It looks like someone else has taken my moniker piscesguy and added the name jack prentiss to it. That's okay but I cannot locate an earlier post I had left now. Does anyone know how to resolve this? thank you
Jul 9, 2020 19:09:58 GMT
maddogfagin: Please see my PM to you.
Jul 10, 2020 6:41:59 GMT
steelmonkey: I prefer Scorpios, Leos, Taurases( Tauri?), Cancers and Capricorns but Pisces on the bubble of all right.
Jul 10, 2020 20:52:34 GMT
maddogfagin: So what's wrong with us Aquarians then. I'm gonna write to your President and complain
Jul 13, 2020 13:26:20 GMT
steelmonkey: I go on binges of long forgotten ( Jefferson Airplane, CSNY, Humble Pie), Overlooked releases ( Zappa, Prince, PIL) and just plain musical vitamins ( Traveling Wilburys, Pink Floyd) and then remember life is short and I should revert to all Tull all day.
Jul 19, 2020 22:29:08 GMT