Jethro Tull 1978 in Madison Square Garden performing a special version of "Thick as a brick" Taken from the full concert http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jz0AwsJ3_E If you enjoy this live snippet of Jethro Tulls amazing concept album "Thick as a brick" i highly recommend getting the full album, it is arguably one of the greatest albums ever made, and i mean it!
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The video is from the VHS-DVD "Slipstream" Slipstream was full length video released in 1981 by Jethro Tull, recorded during the album's promotional activities A in the previous year. Alternate Recording a live performance of the album at the Royal Albert Hall, London, with videos of songs from the past. Originally released on VHS and laser disc and again reissued on DVD in 2003. It was included as a bonus DVD in the digital reissue of A in 2004. Line-up: Ian Anderson: flute and vocals Martin Barre: electric guitar. Mark Craney: Drums Dave Pegg: bass. Eddie Jobson: keyboards and violin http://www.tullianos.com/
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Jethro Tull performing an edited version of Thick as a Brick at Madison Square Garden in New York City, October 1978.
Intro & Thick as a Brick by Jethro Tull, from the DVD "Live At Madison Square Garden 1978", released in 2009 by EMI. That concert was not videotaped in it's entire, due to BBC limited broadcast duration. On songs 1-3 and 12-16 you can only listen the band playing while watching a slide show. Jethro Tull, weirdly, introduce themselves and say goodbye twice that night, due to the aforementioned situation. DVD PLAYLIST 1. Sweet Dream 2. One Brown Mouse 3. Heavy Horses START OF BROADCAST 4. intro & Thick as a Brick 5-6. No Lullaby & flute solo 7. Songs From The Wood & band intro 8-9. Quatrain & Aqualung 10-11. Locomotive Breath & Dambusters March END OF BROADCAST (during Dambusters March) 12. Too Old To Rock 'n' Roll, Too Young To Die 13-14. My God & Cross-Eyed Mary 15-16. Locomotive Breath & Dambusters March (reprise encore) JETHRO TULL LINEUP Ian Anderson - vocals, flute, acoustic guitar Martin Barre - guitar Tony Williams - bass (replacing John Glascock, at the time recovering from surgery) Barriemore Barlow - drums, glockenspiel John Evan - piano, organ, synthesizers David Palmer - portative pipe organ, synthesizers
Jethro Tull - Living In The Past 1969 The single reached number three in the UK charts in 1969 Jethro Tull are a Grammy Award winning British rock band that formed in 1967-1968. Their music is marked by the distinctive vocal style and lead flute work of front man Ian Anderson. Initially playing blues rock with an experimental flavour, they have, over the years, incorporated elements of classical, folk and 'ethnic' musics, jazz and art rock. Band Memners 1969-1970 Ian Anderson - lead vocals, flute, acoustic guitar Martin Barre - guitar, vocals Glenn Cornick - bass, vocals Clive Bunker - drums, percussion, vocals John Evan - keyboards, piano, vocals Lyrics: (Instrumental) Happy and I'm smiling, Walk a mile to drink your water. You know I'd love to love you, And above you there's no other. We'll go walking out While others shout of war's disaster. Oh, we won't give in, Let's go living in the past. (Instrumental) Once I used to join in Every boy and girl was my friend. Now there's revolution, but they don't know What they're fighting. Let us close our eyes; Outside their lives go on much faster. Oh, we won't give in, We'll keep living in the past. (Instrumental) Oh, we won't give in, Let's go living in the past. Oh no no we won't give in, Let's go living in the past. (Instrumental)
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