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Saturday, February 12, 2011

Jethro Tull, 11-25-1987

This is nothing new but it was an upgrade for me. I have always liked this show and had it on a tape for years and years. If you don't know it you should check it out.

Jethro Tull
Upper Darby, PA
November 25,1987
Improved Version

According to the source this is a new and improved version of the commercial boot Upper Darby 1987. This is from a live FM broadcast directly onto a reel to reel. It not only sounds better, it contains Hunting Girl which wasn't on the original.

Disc 1 (59:55)
1-Intro (DJ & IA backstage)
2-Songs From The Wood
3-Thick As A Brick
4-Steel Monkey
5-Farm On The Freeway
6-Heavy Horses
7-Living In The Past
8-Serenade To A Cuckoo
10-Hunting Girl

Disc 2 (57:15)
1-Bach Violin Concerto in E (Third Movement): Peggy & Martin
2-Keyboard/Drum Duet
3-Wond'ring Aloud
4-Skating Away
5-Jump Start
6-Band Intro
7-Too Old To Rock 'n' Roll
9-Locomotive Breath
10-Thick As A Brick (outro)
11-DJ Banter
12-Wind Up

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  1. This looks a good one. Thanks for sharing and keep on rocking in the free world!

  2. Dear Mr.Jones, this is a must for every Tull fan. I got a partial recording of this one broadcasted by the King Biscuit Flower Hour in the 90s. Don Airey is on keys, the performance is pure magic and it was my 17th birthday. One of my all time favs!

  3. Thanks for sharing!

    Great pics on the site too!

  4. You have the show "Recorded at Palais des Sports, Paris - July 5, 1975?.Thanks.

  5. Sebastian, No, I have never seen that one. But I'm no expert.

  6. Gracias por tu respuesta.Me llevo los bloootegs de jethro tull de 1987,1977 y 1999!!!!

  7. Sebastian. No hay problema mi amigo. Estoy feliz de que se encuentran algo de valor