Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Jethro Tull-BBC Studios 1968-69 (FLAC)


Jethro Tull
1968-69
BBC Studios
London,England
BBC Sessions w/radio announcer

01. So much trouble
02. (announcer)
03. A song for jeffrey
04. (announcer)
05. My sunday feeling
06. Dharma for one
07. (announcer)
08. Beggar's farm
09. (announcer)
10. love story
11. stormy monday
12. (announcer)
13. living in the past
14. (announcer)
15. A new day yesterday
16. (announcer)
17. Fat man
18. Bouree
19. (announcer)
20. Nothing is easy

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4 comments:

wcpaeb said...

Looks great, thanks.

Anonymous said...

One of the only recordings I know of with Mick Abrahams. I always regretted his departure from Jethro Tull but he went on to great things with Blodwyn Pig. Any Blodwyn Pig in your collection, Hal???

Anonymous said...

The only Blodwyn Pig bootleg I know of comes from an August 1970 audience recording from the Fillmore West. While not a stellar recording, the band really rips through a tremendous performance --great version of "Cat's Squirrel" among others! It's a very available bootleg and if you don't have it you should. Hal, do you know of any other B-Pig recordings? I too would love to hear more!!

Bruce

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