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Saturday, July 11, 2015

Jethro Tull, LoneStar Roadhouse, NY, 4-26-1993 (FM)

This show  was a special lunchtime concert to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Jethro Tull.  Or as Ian Anderson puts it, "celebrating anything that will sell".
Jethro Tull
LoneStar Roadhouse
New York, NY
FM Broadcast

1 Living In The Past 
2 My Sunday Feeling 
3 Thich As A Brick 
4 So Much Trouble 
5 So Far Untitled (Andrew Gidding's Parrot) 
6 Farm On The Freeway 
7 Dharma For One 
8 This Is Not Love 
9 Aqualung / Locomotive Breath 
10 Bourée
Bass – Matt Pegg
Drums – Doane Perry
Guitar – Martin Barre
Keyboards – Andrew Giddings
Vocals, Flute – Ian Anderson


  1. Thank you for this very nice sounding show. Never enough of the Tull !

    Derek from Paris

  2. F-ing awesome! I was at the show, hosted by Pat St. John and WNEW FM. Got to meet with Ian And Martin. Only had this show on cassette tape. Thank you so much!

  3. I remember hearing this live as well at lunchtime on WNEW but I also heard Under Wraps and Later That Same Evening before they played Andy Giddings Parrot but why are they missing here? My cassette recording has it as well. Very strange.