Saturday, 17 January 2009

Jethro Tull - Oakland 1973

jethro tull, oakland coliseum, live, soundboard, 1973

Jethro Tull, live at the Oakland Coliseum, 23rd July 1973

Jethro Tull (named after an 18th cebtury agriculturist), probably most famous for frontman Ian Anderson's (much sampled) flute, and his flamingo impressions...he stood on one leg alot. I was introduced to this band by my father, who has a great love for them, and played their albums Thick As A Brick and Aqualung a hell of alot simply due to the fact that the songs were great with a good element of humour, always something good in my books, when done well of course.

01. Lifebeats 8:57
02. Prelude 2:25
03. The Silver Cord 4:24
04. Re-Assuring Tune 1:14
05. Memory Bank 4:32
06. Best Friends 4:35
07. Critique Oblique 5:15
08. Forest Dance #1 1:15
09. The Story of the Hare Who Lost His Spectacles 4:15
10. Forest Dance #2 1:43
11. The Foot of Our Stairs 4:50
12. Overseer Overture 3:26
13. Flight from Lucifer 3:52
14. 10:08 from Paddington 1:06
15. Magus Perde 3:58
16. Epilogue 1:41
17. Thick As A Brick -Middle Section 17:07
18. Cross-Eyed Mary 4:09
19. No Rehearsal (segment) 2:12
20. Drum Solo (cut) 8:09
21. Instrumental 5:21
22. Maternity Ward 1:24
23. Aqualung 10:07
24. Band Introductions 1:35
25. Wind Up 13:05
26. Locomotive Breath 6:38
27. Wind Up Reprise 6:01

Download samples, they're not in Zip...
Tull Coliseum 1
Tull Coliseum 2

1 comment:

charles said...

thanks for the great Tull post